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Third Coast Avalon 100

Third Coast Avalon 100

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Third Coast Avalon 100

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Avalon 100
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Bigger is not always better and if you don't need the extra space provided by the Third Coast Avalon 120, then the Avalon 100 is a perfectly good substitute. The Avalon 100 is a 10' sit on top fishing kayak with a width of 30.5" and a weight of only 55 lb. It provides anglers with a capacity of 325 lb, which isn't that far off from the bigger model. Of course, since this is a smaller, more compact kayak, you can also save a bit of money if you don't opt for the Avalon 120.


Apart from the small difference in size, the Third Coast Avalon 100 is just as impressive as its bigger stablemate. It offers impressive tracking for such a lightweight kayak and can be taken out on any river, stream or lake for a great day of angling, provided you stick to water that doesn't exceed Class II. The Avalon 100 will also keep you comfortable while you are fishing or paddling, thanks to its adjustable seat. The seat has pull straps, plush cushioning for your upper back and a no slip bottom.


Despite being compact, it still offers two round storage hatches, complete with removable bags as well as a rear storage well. In fact Third Coast managed to cram in integrated tie-down bungee cords, two ditty trays and recessed tackle holders, which is rather impressive. Just in case you need to mount any gear the Third Coast Avalon 100 also comes with YakAttack mounts to get the job done. Since this is a fishing kayak they didn't skimp on the rod holders either, so you get two flush mounts along with one swivel rod holder.


When it comes to other accessories, the Third Coast Avalon 100 covers all the basics, with stuff like adjustable foot braces, paddle holders, a self-bailing system and, of course, convenient carrying handles.


Overall, the Third Coast Avalon 100 is a very decent fishing kayak for its size and price. It is unfortunately not the fastest kayak on the water, but more than makes up for it with its light weight, good tracking and great stability.


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