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Future Beach Trophy 126

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Future Beach Trophy 126

Kayak Make & Model

Brand:
Future Beach
Model:
Trophy 126
MSRP ($):
59.99
Length (ft):
10.5

According to Future Beach, their Trophy 126 is a world class fishing kayak that is aimed at all fishing enthusiasts who want something durable enough to spend full days as well as weekends on the water. To accomplish this, they have created a kayak that makes use of a dihedral hull, which provides it with excellent stability as well as good tracking. In addition to the great tracking, the Trophy 126 is also able to provide enough speed for your angling needs. The Trophy 126 can accommodate a single angler and 10'6" in length. It is 29.5" wide and weighs about 46 lbs, but can handle weight all the way up to 300 lbs.

 

The Trophy 126 isn't as feature packed as some of the other high-end fishing kayaks on the market, but it does cover all the essentials. It has a molded-in cup holder, which is always nice for those hot, sunny days, as well as an integrated tackle box, that is really useful for anglers. In addition to an 10-inch by 18-inch stern hatch, the Trophy 126 also has an 10-inch by 18-inch bow elliptical hatch. While it doesn't have a swivel mount rod holder like some other fishing kayaks, it does have two flush mounted rod holders that can be found just behind the seat. These are great if you want to troll for fish. The seat of this kayak can be adjusted to make it more comfortable and it also has a cushioned seat. In addition, it makes use of adjustable footrests for further comfort.

 

Overall, the Trophy 126 is a reliable fishing kayak that offers great stability, good tracking and it is also very easy to turn. This is mostly thanks to the low profile of the kayak. The seat is also quite comfortable and the kayak has plenty of space for all the essentials. It is also light enough that loading or unloading isn't too much of a hassle. The lack of a rear tank well could be a deal breaker for anglers who prefer using their own crates for storage, but other than that this is a very decent kayak.

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