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Emotion Kayaks "Glide Sport Angler"

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Emotion Kayaks "Glide Sport Angler"

Kayak Make & Model

Brand:
Emotion Kayaks
Model:
Glide Sport Angler
MSRP ($):
429.00
Length (ft):
9.5

Glide Sport Angler” was designed for beginner and expert paddlers in an affordable price but with an excellent platform for stable and efficient kayak fishing. Lightweight and durable that’s easy to carry both in land and water, even into the tightest fishing spots where kayak anglers catch big fish. Nimble, maneuverable and fully rigged ready for the great water encounter.

Features:
  • Molded Linear Polyethylene
  • UltraLite Seat with fold-down convenience
  • Front and Back handles
  • Ledge lock for paddle keepers
  • Heavy duty adjustable foot braces
  • Bow and Stern Deck Rigging
  • Two rear flush mount rod holders

Specs:

  • Width: 29" | 74 cm
  • Weight: 37 lbs | 17 kg
  • Capacity: 275 lbs | 125 kg

 

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This boat is a pretty good boat

I have had this boat for 2 years. I have used it many times in the 2 years prob around 20 times.

You won't win any races with this boat, it is slow. The outside is a rough, not smooth this is what I think makes it slow. The inside storage was enough for me to camp 4 days out of.

I recommend adding deck hold-downs or a deck storage kit. if you are going to camp out of it.

I does not track very well. The boat is super stable there is no way you could roll it, this is also prob why it tracks so bad.

It is tall on the water a breeze will move it well, the wind will take you sailing.

I use this kayak to fish out of, and while it is slow if you are in shape and an avid paddler you can keep up with better boats it just takes more energy.

I'm comparing this boat with my other kayaks a Tsunami SP, and a REMIX XP9.

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