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Feelfree Corona Angler

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Feelfree Corona Angler

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Corona Angler
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The Feelfree Corona Angler is the angling specific edition of what the company calls their "ultimate family" kayak. This means that you get three different seating configurations to choose from, which is nice if you want to introduce your young ones to the world of kayak angling. You can still use the middle section of the kayak for your seat if you want to get some solo kayak fishing done, but the real strength of the Corona Angler is that it can seat up to three people.

The Corona Angler is a 13.1' tandem kayak with a width of 33.75" and a weight of about 80 lbs. It is able to handle a capacity of up to 617 lbs and, as previously mentioned, can seat up to three people. The kayak can feel a little cramped if loaded with three people as well as gear, but remains comfortable enough with two. There are a couple of things that make the Corona Angler a nice fishing kayak. First up, it is surprisingly stable and also tracks very well. In addition, it is quite affordable as in this price range you typically tend to find shorter kayaks. Furthermore, the Corona Angler offers plenty of space for your gear if you use it to fish solo, which is always a big plus.

The Angler version of the Corona Tandem offers an upgraded seat compared to the standard version, which means you can spend more time on the water in comfort. In addition, you also get two flush mount rod holders in the rear, which is essential for kayak angling. Other model specific features range from rubber hatches and fishing rod holder leashes to a drinking bottle holder. The rest of the features are the same as the standard version of the Corona, so you get the wheel in the keel for easy transport, molded in handles, molded in paddle parks and recessed fittings.

Overall, this is a very decent fishing kayak for the price and will be especially useful to any anglers who would like to spend more time with their family while still enjoying the hobby.


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