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Riot Kayaks Quest 10 Angler

Kayak Make & Model

Brand:
Riot Kayaks
Model:
Quest 10 Angler
MSRP ($):
699.99
Length (ft):
10

With the Quest 10 Angler, Riot Kayaks have taken the tried and tested design of the Quest 10 and spruced it up for kayak anglers. According to them, it is the perfect do-it-all, sit-inside kayak and while it is by no means perfect, it really isn't a bad option for the price.

The Quest 10 Angler is 10' in length and 30" wide, with a weight of 54.4 lbs. This makes it more than manageable to transport and carry for a single person. It can also hold about 350 lbs, which is enough for all the essentials. While it is usually a matter of taste, some anglers find sit-in side kayaks easier to control and more comfortable, which makes the Quest 10 Angler an appealing option.

This kayak is also fully outfitted to head to the water and start fishing, so unlike some other kayaks, you won't have to spend even more money before your kayak is ready for some angling. Instead, you can use the cash you save to invest in fishing gear and a good milk crate as this kayak is milk crate ready. It also features a swift rudder system as well as an anchor trolley system.

Since the Quest 10 Angler is aimed at kayak anglers, it wouldn't be complete without a couple of rod holders. Riot Kayaks has included two flush mount rod holders just behind the cockpit area as well as a single swivel rod holder up front.

Overall, the Quest 10 Angler is a very comfortable kayak and it's size is definitely an advantage for anyone looking for something compact that is also easy to load on a car. It is quite stable for its size and also features a decent amount of storage for all your gear. In addition, it's size makes it very maneuverable, which is always useful when fishing. It's obviously not the best fishing kayak on the market and won't appeal to anglers who prefer a sit-on-top kayak, but this is definitely a kayak that does a lot of things right.

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