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Lifetime Triton Angler 100 Fishing Kayak

Kayak Make & Model

Brand:
Lifetime
Model:
Triton Angler 100
MSRP ($):
549.99
Length (ft):
12

Kayak angling can be a very expensive hobby if you use top of the line gear for everything, but this Lifetime Triton Angler 100 Fishing Kayak is a good example of how it can be done on a budget too if you are willing to make some compromises. The Triton Angler is 120 inches in length and 31 inches wide, with a total weight of about 49 lb. It’s maximum weight capacity is about 275 lb, which is more than enough for a single angler and plenty of fishing gear.

While the price of the Triton Angler 100 places it very much in the budget range of fishing kayaks, Lifetime certainly didn’t skimp on any extras. The kayak features a UV protected high density polyethylene construction and a very stable hull design. The integrated skeg also improves tracking performance and overall the Triton Angler is a kayak that is very easy to maneuver. To make life easier for you, this kayak also has self-bailing scupper holes to drain water from the tankwell and cockpit and can accommodate different size paddlers with ease thanks to multiple footrest positions. The adjustable quick-release seatback and padded seat is also surprisingly comfortable for a kayak in this price range.

To keep your loose items secured, the Triton Angler 100 has a tankwell storage section with bungee cord lacing. Two flush mount rod holders can also be found in the rear of the kayak, while up front there is one adjustable rod holder. To make transporting the kayak a little easier it has front and rear toggle handles. The Triton Angler 100 is very a much a basic, entry-level fishing kayak, so you might want to use some of the cash you save to add your own extras, such as a paddle holder. Storage space might also be an issue if plan on taking along plenty of gear with you.

All things considered, the Triton Angler 100 is a very decent entry-level fishing kayak that is sold at a very affordable price.

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