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Point65 Seadog Angler

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Point 65
Seadog Angler
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The SeaDog is a 9'8" sit-on-top fishing kayak by Point65. Unlike their other fishing kayaks, the Martini Angler GTX and Tequila Angler GTX, the SeaDog does not have a modular design. This means that it is not as compact or easy to transport as its stablemates. However, it is still a very decent kayak and with a weight of 48.5 lb, still manageable for solo anglers. The SeaDog has a maximum capacity of 275.5 lb, which is enough to take along all the fishing essentials.

The SeaDog was designed to comfortably fit solo kayak anglers while still offering plenty of dry space. In addition to being comfortable, this kayak is also very stable, which is not always guaranteed with vessels of its size. It features a single layer rotomolded polyethylene construction, which makes the kayak very durable and able to resist plenty of impacts. The SeaDog comes with a removable backrest, which provides support while paddling, but you are also going to want to invest in a decent cushion. Serious anglers will prefer a fishing kayak with a completely removable seat for proper support and comfort, but newcomers should be fine with what the SeaDog has.

The SeaDog Angler features molded-in handles on both sides of the kayak, as well as the bow, and stern, which makes it easy to carry and load. The sit-on-top design of the kayak also means you can quickly get in and out. For storage, the SeaDog Angler offers a forward storage hatch with a bag as well as a rear storage compartment complete with bungee. This kayak also has a paddle keep and even drinks bottle holder. To round things off, the SeaDog Angler has a total of three rod holders. Two of the holders are flush mounted and integrated behind the seat, while the third is on a deck mount right in front of the paddler. Since the deck mounted rod holder can easily be removed, you can use the SeaDog Angler as a recreational kayak too, if you want. The inclusion of 4 mounting points for D-Rings and other equipment also adds some additional versatility.

There are plenty of other fishing kayaks in this size and price range, so the SeaDog Angler won't necessarily be the first choice for many anglers. It's a decent enough kayak, but there isn't a lot to really make it stand out from the crowd.


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