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Ocean Kayak "Tetra 10 Angler"

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Ocean Kayak Tetra 10 Angler

Kayak Make & Model

Brand:
Ocean Kayak
Model:
Tetra Angler
MSRP ($):
779.99
Length (ft):
10.5

Kayak fishermen looking for a low profile kayak that easily glides through the water should look no further then the “Tetra 10” by Ocean Kayak. The Tetra 10 is the perfect kayak for anglers with a small to medium build. Features like the new Modular Fishing Pod (Mod Pod II), 2 flush mounted rod holders, and Comfort Hybrid seat back will give anglers walking of the store with a fully rigged fishing kayak that is ready to hit the water.

Features:

  • Comfort Hybrid seat back
  • New Click Seal Hatch
  • Ultra Center Hatch Cover
  • Adjustable foot braces
  • 2 flush mounted rod holder
  • Large tank well with bungee

Specs:

  • Width: 29.5"
  • Weight: 51 lbs
  • Capacity: 225-275 lbs

 

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This is my first kayak

This is my first kayak - I've had it just over a month and am overall delighted with it. I generally get out 3-5 times a week or more for at least a couple of hours & thus far the kayak has behaved very well both in open water even with severe crosswind/swell/chop & of course sublime in the back bay.
It is quite stable although will capsize if you exceed its COG. It can hold a ton of gear which is a good thing when undecided as to whether to fish, free dive, or just paddle.

I'd prefer a few more padeyes & also place to park my paddle on both sides of the boat; easily rectified will be adding both soon. The rodpod is great- easy stowage of rods & assorted tackle for surf entry/exits. Both hatches seal very well; the boat stays dry inside apart from condensation.

As compared to my wife's Tarpon 12 it is several inches less beamy, more nimble & a good bit lighter to carry. She's not the speediest boat in the world but 3 knots is super comfortable to cruise at even in less than optimal conditions.

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