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Wilderness Systems "Pungo 120 Angler"

Kayak Make & Model

Brand:
Wilderness Systems
Model:
Pungo 120 Angler
MSRP ($):
1,045.00
Length (ft):
12

Pungo 120 Angler” is an excellent choice for serious kayak anglers who love the benefits of a sit-inside kayak paddling experience with all the easily accessible storage and rigging options. This fishing kayak provides ultimate excitement to paddlers with its unmatched speed, tracking and stability.

Features:

  • AirPro Phase 3
  • Thigh and Knee Padding
  • Keepers Foot Brace System
  • Orbix Stern Hatches
  • Comfort Carry Handles
  • Bungee Deck Rigging
  • Removable Console

Specs:

  • Width: 29" / 74 cm
  • Max Capacity: 325 lbs / 147 kg
  • Deck Height: 13" / 33.02 cm
  • Weight: 51 lbs / 23 kg

 

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perfect boat for me

I did some research to find the perfect boat for me, and this is it! My intended use is flat-water paddling and fishing. It's light enough for me to lift onto my car's roof-rack, where I put it cockpit up, then flip it upside-down and cinch with two web straps. takes about five minutes. It's wide enough for good stability, which is aided by the hard chines and bottom design. it doesn't like to turn, but will readily do so with wide paddle strokes, and back-paddles on the opposite side. What it wants to do is go straight, and it does a great job of it, even directly into a stiff breeze. A few strokes gets this puppy barreling along at a good clip. The rear storage compartment, while not totally waterproof, is pretty much so, and can be reached while in the boat. the cockpit opening is enormous, and makes it very easy to enter and exit. The foot pegs are easily adjustable without reaching, and there is padding on the sides for your thighs. This isn't a whitewater boat, and it doesn't have the capacity for a long camping trip, unless you can do it with minimal gear. but for recreating on the lake or reservoir, and doing a little fishing, it's near-perfect.

now, I think I'll get one for my wife...

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