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Lifetime Muskie 100 Angler

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Muskie 100 Angler
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Kayak fishing can be fun for the whole family, but obviously it is not always financially viable to buy kayaks for everyone. This is where affordable tandem kayaks, such as the Lifetime Kokanee 106, can be very useful.

The Kokanee Tandem is a sit-on-top kayak that was specifically designed for both solo or tandem paddling. This gives it a little more versatility than the larger tandem kayaks that can only be operated by two people. It is 10'6" in length and has a width of 36" which contributes to its stability. The weight is 76 lbs, but it does offer a maximum weight capacity of 425 lbs. In addition to being very stable, the Kokanee Tandemi is quite sturdy, thanks to its UV-protected high-density polyethylene hull construction.

As mentioned earlier, the Kokanee Tandem can accommodate either one or two people since it has two adjustable backrests. One of these backrests can be moved to the center position for the occasions where you want to go out alone. In addition to comfortable high backrests, the Kokanee Tandem also has multiple footrest positions.

For storage, the Kokanee Tandem has bungee cords on both the bow and the stern for stowing away gear within reach. There is also additional storage space in the hull, which can be accessed via two storage hatches. While the kayak is a bit on the heavy side, it can easily be moved by two people. The fact that the rear handle is simply a molded grip point instead of corded like on the front also counts against this kayak, but this is a minor gripe. The stability of the Kokanee Tandem makes it decent for angling, but serious anglers will want to make a couple of modifications to it in order to make it even more useful.

Overall, if you are looking for a basic fishing kayak that is versatile enough to offer space for either one or two people, then the Kokanee Tandem is a decent choice at an affordable price point. It is one of the shorter tandem kayaks on the market and the build quality is better than expected for its price.


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