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Aquaglide Blackfoot Angler 125 HB

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Aquaglide Blackfoot Angler 125 HB

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Are you an angler who would like the convenience of an inflatable kayak, but need one that has plenty of room for your gear? Would you like an inflatable kayak that can comfortably hold two paddlers if you decide to take it out for a day of fun? If so, then Aquaglide believes that they have the perfect kayak for your needs. The Blackfoot Angler 125 HB is an inflatable kayak that is 12'5" in length, 39" wide and has a weight of 37 lbs. This makes it big enough for two, or one angler with plenty of gear as it can hold up to 600 lbs. If any of this sounds familiar, you might know this kayak as the Blackfoot HB Angler XL, as this was its former name.

The 125 HB is named after the Blackfoot River in Montana and has been designed from the ground up to offer a great angling experience. It features industry leading stiffness, to help make paddling and casting more efficient, which Aquaglide accomplished through premium grade drop-stitching combined with their proprietary Powerstrip. They also use commercial grade Duratex for the construction of the hull to ensure durability.

Unlike a lot of inflatable kayaks, the 125 HB doesn't skimp on the extras to make the experience more comfortable for anglers. The seat is on a raised platform to provide you with a higher seating position, but the platform can also be removed. With a high backrest and infinite adjustment system, as well as fore and aft support straps, the seat is great for paddling and casting. The seat also features a mesh storage pocket and integrated fishing-rod holders for added convenience. Anglers who opt for the premium model of this kayak will also receive a Blackfoot fishing cooler along with seven Scotty fittings.

The Blackfoot Angler 125 HB is a great inflatable kayak for fishing and sport kayak and performs well on flat water lakes as well as mild rivers that run up to Class II. It's size and spaciousness are great, but it is also very rugged and stable. Serious anglers will still want to opt for a rigid kayak, but if you value space and convenience more, then the 125 HB is not a bad choice.


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