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Old Town Canoe Trip 10 Deluxe Angler Kayak

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Old Town Canoe Trip 10 Deluxe Angler Kayak

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The Trip 10 Deluxe Angler Kayak by Old Town Canoe is a recreational kayak, that can also be used for fishing purposes. The Trip 10 has a lot in common with the design of another Old Town Canoe kayak, the Vapor 10 Angler. Along with the features of the Vapor Angler, the Trip 10 also also shares some similarities with the Vapor 10XT, such as its rear bulkhead and dry storage.

The Trip 10 is a single person sit-in fishing kayak that is 10' in length and 28.25" wide. It weighs 49 lbs. but can accommodate a maximum weight capacity of about 325 lbs. This kayak is made from single layer polyethylene and comes with all the features that you would want and need in a fishing kayak. These include adjustable foot braces, as well as padding on the coaming and a padded seat with a back rest that can be adjusted. In addition, the Trip 10 has a molded-in paddle rest, flush-mount rod holders and a molded-in cockpit tray with cup holder. Other useful features include an anchor trolley and a click lock rear hatch that is designed to keep your gear dry. One issue raised by anglers is the location of the paddle rest, which can get in the way when fishing. The lack of a rod holder up front might also be an issue for some anglers, but this can be rectified by adding your own one. Finally, the seat is comfortable enough for short trips, but if you go out on the water for long periods of time, then you will definitely want more padding.

The cockpit of the Trip 10 is large and roomy enough for easy access and won't leave you feeling cramped. It also means that you can bring along plenty of gear when you go fishing. The hard mold built-in carry handles on the aft and fore of the kayak makes it easier to transport while the rear mounted skid plate offers some protection from scratches on the hull. Overall, the Trip 10 is a very durable kayak that should last most anglers a long time. It is also quite versatile despite its compact size as the large cockpit area means that you can carry more gear. Stability is not an issue with the Trip 10 and tracking isn't too bad either. While easy to maneuver, it is definitely not the fastest kayak on the market. The Trip 10 is a decent option for beginners and offers great performance on flat water as well as slow moving rivers.


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