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Wilderness Systems Thresher 140

Kayak Make & Model

Brand:
Wilderness Systems
Model:
Thresher 140
MSRP ($):
1,405.00
Length (ft):
14

If offshore kayak fishing is your sport than the Wilderness Systems “Thresher 140” is for you. Big water features are at the heart of this blue water fishing kayak like the sleek hull that offers tremendous glide but is still stable in even the roughest oceans. The Thresher 140 is an offshore kayak fishing machine, with plenty of under deck storage for you rods or catch of the day.

Features:

  • Phase 3 AirPro Sit-On-Top-Seat
  • Keepers XL Foot Brace System
  • Bow Storage Hood
  • Rectangular Center Hatch with Bungee and SlideTrax
  • Tankwell w/ Adjustable Bungee and (2) Gear Security Straps
  • Reflective Static Perimeter Safety Line
  • Rigid Carry Handles
  • Paddle Groove with Bungee and Bow Cover Strap
  • Rudder Ready
  • SlideTrax Accessory System
  • Gear Storage Pockets
  • Self-Bailing Scupper Holes
  • FlexPod OS Removable Console

Specs:

  • Width: 28.75" / 73 cm
  • Max Capacity: 400 lbs / 181 kg
  • Deck Height: 14.25" / 36 cm
  • Weight: 75 lbs / 34 kg

 

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Thresher 140!

When looking for a new boat I wanted something that I could paddle a long ways and get there fast. Also I do a lot of fishing so I wanted a boat set up for it. This boat definitely covers those areas! The first time I took it out was at the KBF, well it rained the whole time and 20mph winds. I had no problem getting across the lake, This boat cut through the wind and waves like butter. This boat is built for offshore in mind and it definitely lived up to that in those conditions. My favorite thing about this boat is the OS Flex Pod. I have my fish finder, and transducer mounted on it with my battery in it! When I'm home I just unlatch 2 latches and it all comes out! I just hook my battery tender to it then when I'm ready to go fishing I just stick it back in, It's so easy! The front storage hatch is nice and keeps all my extra fishing stuff dry! The center storage is sweet! I can keep extra rods in the hull and keep my snacks in there with the storage bin, or as i call it my junk drawer. I would definitely recommend this boat!

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Very fast boat, great in the wind. OS Pod is amazing, Rod storage in Hull, gas peddle style rudder, slidetrax everywhere
Cons:
not great for standing but I also don't have the best balance, after sitting for 9+ hours fishing my bum gets a little sore
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