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Lifetime Sport Fisher Angler 100

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Lifetime Sport Fisher Angler 100

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The Sport Fisher Angler 100 from Lifetime is a fishing kayak that boasts plenty of versatility. It's not the biggest fishing kayak on the market, but despite its relatively compact size, it can still be used as a tandem. In fact, thanks to the tiered seating of this kayak, it can even seat a third passenger in the center seat, provided that they are small enough of course. While the kayak is likely to be a bit too crowded to fish comfortably with three people, it is good to have this kind of versatility in case it is ever needed.


The Angler 100 weighs 60 lb, but thanks to its tunnel hull design, it has a weight capacity of up to 500 lb. Another big advantage of this kayak is its incredible stability and tipping over is definitely not much of a concern under normal circumstances. It is 36 inches wide and roto-molded polyethylene is used in the construction of the hull. In addition to the excellent stability of the Angler 100, it also tracks very well, which means you don't have to waste too much energy when it comes to keeping it on course. The stability is obviously a big advantage for angling, although this is not one of the fastest fishing kayaks on the market. It's a small price to pay considering how much else this kayak has got going for it, but still worth pointing out.


The Lifetime Sport Fisher Angler 100 can handle a lot of weight, but it doesn't have as much storage space as some of the bigger kayaks. However, if you are a solo angler, then it should be able to hold all the essentials. It comes with a rear storage hatch and also ditty trays as well as shock cord straps that can be used to secure all of your loose items. This kayak also has a front and rear molded paddle cradle, along with paddle clips on both sides. It is quite a comfortable kayak and suitable for different size paddlers thanks to the multiple footrest positions. The seats of the Angler 100 are also high enough that you are not sitting on the floor of the kayak and getting wet. Thanks to the self-bailing scupper holes of the Angler 100, you don't have to worry about water in the cockpit area either. Finally, the Angler 100 comes with fishing rod holders, a molded front carry handle and it is even compatible with the Lifetime Power Mate Motor Mount accessory that is available separately.


While there are a lot of things about the Angler 100 that could be improved, it is not a bad kayak for its price and it has plenty to offer anglers.


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