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3 Waters Kayaks Big Fish 120

3 Waters Kayaks Big Fish 120

 
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3 Waters Kayaks Big Fish 120

Kayak Make & Model

Brand:
3 Waters
Model:
Big Fish 120
MSRP ($):
999.00
Length (ft):
12

One of the things that most anglers find indispensable on a fishing kayak is stability, but tracking is also something that shouldn't be overlooked. It is often the case that bigger kayaks offer plenty of stability, but when it comes to tracking, things are a little less impressive. This is where the Big Fish 120 by 3 Waters Kayaks comes in as it offers stability along with tracking. It is able to do so, thanks to its cathedral tri-hull, which was quite innovative at the time. The way this design works is by using two outer pontoons, along with a central pontoon, while in between you'll find deep channels. It is an effective and efficient solution, which means you don't have to compromise between stability and tracking.

 

Of course, there are plenty of other features on a kayak that is nice to have, especially if you are going to spend all your time fishing with it. This is where the Big Fish 120 once again delivers with comfort as well as the type of performance that is usually reserved for kayaks with a much bigger price tag. In terms of seating, the Big Fish 120 has a number of sitting and standing configurations that range from high and low to recline and flip away. It can even double as a lean bar if you want to take advantage of this kayaks stability and stand while fishing. Even standing is comfortable, thanks to the sturdy reinforced platform on the deck.

 

Other highlights of the Big Fish 120 includes plenty of storage space, as it has areas in the bow and stern for easy access to your gear. It also has storage space along the gunwales and not only comes with built-in rod holders, but they also feature rod tip protectors. If you are a gadget person who would like to install electronics, such as fish finders without having to cut or drill into the kayak, then the Sonar Pod of the Big Fish 120 will also be a big help. Of course, this kayak also comes with all the usual angling features, such as rear flush mounted rod holders, adjustable foot rests, a convenient accessory outfitting track system and more.

 

Not only is the Big Fish 120 a feature packed angling kayak, but it also has a price tag that is very reasonable for what you get. From lakes, to rivers and even the ocean, this is a kayak that can get the job done.

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