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Old Town Topwater 120

Kayak Make & Model

Brand:
Old Town
Model:
Topwater 120
MSRP ($):
999.99
Length (ft):
12

The Topwater series by Old Town has been causing a buzz amongst anglers and it is easy to see why. The longest entry in this series is their Topwater 120, which is ideal for kayak anglers who want a large, stable fishing platform with plenty of space to spare.

The Topwater 120 has a length of 12 feet and a width of 33.5 inches while measuring in at about 82 pounds. Although it is not the lightest kayak on the market, it's weight is not bad for its size and it can still easily be car-topped. It also offers a capacity of 500 pounds, which is more than the other models in the Topwater range. With a fishing kayak of this size you would expect plenty of stability and the Topwater 120 does not disappoint in this regard. It makes use of a pontoon-style DoubleU hull design, which gives it plenty of stability as well as precision handling. With the Topwater 120 you'll have no problem paddling to get where you want to be and then to stand while fishing. The kayak even has non-slip pads that are integrated into the hull's floor to assist you with keeping your balance.

The stability to stand and fish is great, but it is also good to know that there is a comfortable seat waiting for you when you want to sit down again. The 120 has a breathable mesh-constructed Element Air seat, which offers both high and low positions to ensure your comfort. For those curious about the angling specific features of the Topwater 120 there is a lot to be excited about. It comes with a revolutionary universal transducer mounting system, so adding your own fish finder to the kayak is a breeze. It also has an over-sized stern tank, which gives you plenty of space to bring along your gear. In addition, it has dry storage along with on-board tackle and rod storage, which means you can easily take four or more rods out on the water with you. The three flush-mount rod holders, one forward-facing and two rear-facing, makes it easy to line up your catches.

Overall, the Topwater 120 is another great product from Old Town and the type of fishing kayak that any angler would be proud to own. It's got space, it has stability and it tracks well while still keeping the weight down and offering an angler specific layout. It's not the fastest fishing kayak on the market, but it is definitely not slow either, so there is very little to fault with the Topwater 120

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