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Innova Halibut Inflatable Fishing Kayak

Kayak Make & Model

Brand:
Innova
Model:
Halibut
MSRP ($):
1,199.00
Length (ft):
12.5

The Innova Halibut is a recreational fishing kayak that can be inflated in less than ten minutes. It is suitable for use anywhere from coastal waters and inlets to slow-moving rivers and lakes. Unlike many of the cheaper inflatable kayaks, it has a range of features that are aimed squarely at kayak anglers too. The Innova Halibut is 12'4” in length and 38” wide, with a weight of 47 lbs. It can handle loads of up to 44 lbs and when packed its dimensions are 38 x 18 x 12.

In terms of construction, the Innova Halibut is made from 1200 denier nitrylon rubber, which is durable as well as environmentally friendly. For inflation, it has three main inflation chambers, all of which has high-quality spring-loaded military valves. It also has Twistlok valves for the seat and a drain opening in the stern of the kayak. Speaking of the seat, it is an inflatable adjustable seat that has fishing rod mounts along with a fishing rod holder. The inclusion of these are nice as many inflatable kayaks only offer these features as optional extras. To ensure that the kayak is not over-inflated, it has a safety relief valve in the floor.

For gear storage this kayak has bungee deck lacing as well as multiple D-rings that can be used. The placement of thes D-rings make them perfect for rigging an anchor trolley as well. The Innova Halibut is very stable for an inflatable and it is possible to stand and cast without experiencing too much wobble. It is certainly a very maneuverable kayak, but since it has a soft keel the tracking isn’t that great. However, the tracking does improve as you pick up speed.

If you are looking for a lightweight, environmentally friendly inflatable kayak that is great for fishing then don’t hesitate to try out the Innova Halibut.

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