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In contrast to the trend of fishing kayaks becoming bigger to allow for more storage and stability, there is still a large market for anglers in search of compact kayaks. However, it is important for these smaller kayaks to deliver not just the same features as their larger counterparts, but also the comfort and stability that is required for kayak fishing. Unfortunately, a lot of compact kayaks disappoint in this regard, but The Big Fish 105 is an exception. It is a smaller version of the Big Fish 120, but it retains everything that makes the larger kayak great while also keeping things a little more manageable.


Stability is always a concern when it comes to smaller kayaks, especially if you intend to use them for angling. The Big Fish 105 solves this issue with a cathedral tri-hull that has two outer pontoons along with a central pontoon. It also comes with a seat that offers a surprising amount of options when it comes to sitting, standing or even doubling as a lean bar if needed. To drive home the fact that this is a fishing kayak and more than able to remain stable while you stand and cast, the Big Fish 105 has a sturdy reinforced standing platform on the deck.


Storage space is also not much of an issue with the Big Fish 105 as it has storage space along the gunwales as well as in the bow and stern areas. In fact, it even has a removable Sonar Pod, so installing a fish finder or other electronics is a breeze. In addition, the Big Fish 105 comes with all the features you would expect from a decent fishing kayak, such as flush mounted rod holders, adjustable foot rests, molded in handles and more.


Overall, the Big Fish 105 is a very decent kayak for its size and comes in Terra Camo, Green Camo, Urban Camo as well as Pink Camo variations.


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