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NuCanoe "Classic 10"

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NuCanoe Classic 10

Kayak Make & Model

Brand:
NuCanoe
Model:
Classic
MSRP ($):
789.00
Length (ft):
10

The NuCanoe "Classic 10" has many of the same features as its larger cousin the Classic 12. Configure the Classic 10 for any situation, as a solo or tandem fishing kayak, a hunting platform, or set configure it for a day of relaxation and paddling. The choice is yours when you purchase a NuCanoe, the customizations are endless.

Features:
  • (2) Multi Seat Bases
  • Comfortable carry handles
  • Square transom for adding an electric trolling motor
  • Removable seat(s)
  • Sealed Hull design provides high internal floatation and allows the NuCanoe to float even if capsized or full of water

Specs:

  • Width: 42"
  • Weight: 59 lbs
  • Height: 12-17"
  • Draft 4" at 250lbs./ 6" at 450 lbs
  • Capacity: 450 lbs
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It is heavy for a old guy (66) but I manage

I have a 10' Nucanoe. It is heavy for a old guy (66) but I manage. I fish and that's what it was bought for. I put a electric trolling motor on it and a regular padded boat seat. Its very stable, I feel very comfortable in the boat. No fear of turning over. I can enter it from the shore and get to my seat without getting my shoes wet. I fish small lakes often at state parks and slow rivers. Sometimes there are stumps that I bump or ride onto. But they never cause a concern in regard to tipping.
It is a wonderful fishing boat very roomy. I'm able to load it inside my suburban with its nose sticking up between the front seats and close my hatch. I like that, a lot. I usually load and unload at the boat ramps. I sometime look at other kayak and canoes but know for fishing like I do I already have the right boat. Been using the boat for 2 yrs and it really is holding up well.

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