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Kayak Make & Model

Brand:
Ocean Kayak
Model:
Scrambler 11
MSRP ($):
599.99
Length (ft):
11.5

Any anglers who are familiar with the Ocean Kayak Frenzy will know exactly what to expect from the Ocean Kayak Scrambler 11. It shares a lot of similarities with the Frenzy, but at 11 ft 7 in, the Scrambler is slightly longer. It is also a very stable kayak that doesn't sacrifice any maneuverability, so it is clear to see why Ocean Kayak is marketing it towards kayak fans in search of something versatile. The Scrambler 11 makes for a nice fishing kayak, but is just as comfortable for simply cruising around a bit.

 

The Scrambler 11 comes with a large molded-in seat well and features a Comfort Plus seat, which is perfectly fine for angling. It is not the most comfortable seat on the market, obviously, but for the price it is hard to argue. If you tend to spend a lot of time angling, then a more comfortable seat to replace it may be a good investment. The over-sized tank well in the back provides ample space and has bungee to keep your larger items secured. You also get a 6" cam lock hatch with storage bucket for tucking away smaller items safely. In addition, you'll find bungee and some space in the bow of the kayak, which also makes for good storage. The Scrambler 11 even comes with a molded-in cup holder, which is always a nice bonus. Another neat feature that isn't often seen in this price range is the GPS holder, complete with bungee strap, that can be found near the bow storage hatch.

 

With a weight of 47 lbs, the Scrambler II can easily be managed to a single angler and can accommodate up to 350 lbs. It comes with handles on the stern, bow and sides of the kayak, which facilitates easier carrying. Paddle keepers are also included with this kayak for added convenience.

 

Overall, the Scrambler II is a stable, durable and quite maneuverable kayak with decent tracking. It's not the fastest kayak in its class and a better seat will be a must if you are an avid angler, but other than that, it is a good buy.

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