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Friday, 13 June 2014 00:00

Younger Kayak Anglers Rejoice!

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You had me at Pink Camo! Feelfree US has added some fishy features to the new “Move Angler” kayak. These kayaks are specifically designed for smaller paddlers, but have features anglers are looking for - like rod holders with safety leashes, and the upgraded "Kingfisher" seat. Did we already say Pink Camo? The Move Angler is now available in Blue Camo, Desert Camo and Pink Camo. See the full press release from Feelfee below.

Swannanoa, NC, June 13th, 2014 – Feelfree US, LLC (Feelfree US), announces the launch of the Feelfree Move Angler, a fishing kayak specifically designed for the younger or smaller paddler. Offering an option for younger paddlers just getting into the sport of kayak fishing was the reason behind the Move Angler according to Jim Hager, Feelfree US, “we wanted to provide parents the ability to share their passion for kayak fishing with their children, yet still give them the independence to explore the outdoors on their own.”

The Move Angler upgrades the Move kayak, which has been a favorite among paddlers for years, with a full arrangement of features specific to fishing. This includes two rod holders with security rod leashes as well as Feelfree’s Kingfisher seat which uses unique construction to retain shape and comfort hour after
hour on the water. In addition, the Move Angler comes equipped with all the great features paddlers have come to expect in a Feelfree kayak: molded in handles, recessed fittings and the patented Wheel in the Keel. It also utilizes a “tri-hull” design, which offers great stability and efficient tracking while paddling.
At 9’ long and 29.75” wide, the Move Angler is very nimble on the water. It’s hull, which weighs only 42 lbs, combined with the Wheel in the Keel makes it very easy for any solo paddler to maneuver the kayak on or off the water — even the younger paddler.

“There is a massive segment of soon to be kayak anglers getting into the sport but they have been missing an option specific to their needs,” said Hager, “With the Move Angler, they now have that option, one that’s ready for fishing, comfortable and easy to use — all in a convenient package at an economical price.”

The Move Angler retails for $599 and is available in a variety of unique camo color combinations that Feelfree is known for include Blue Camo, Desert Camo and Pink Camo. The Feelfree Move Angler is currently being shipped throughout the United States and Canada to authorized dealers. For more information about Feelfree US or the Feelfree kayaks, visit www.feelfreeus.com. To stay up to date on the latest, visit the Feelfree US Facebook page at www.facebook.com/feelfreeus or the Fishing Team’s page at www.facebook.com/feelfreefishing.

Move Angler Specific Features Move Standard Features Kayak Specifications

Kingfisher seat

Fishing rod holders w/security leashes

Camo combo color options

Wheel in the Keel

Molded in handles

Recessed fittings

Bow quarter turn hatch

Drinking bottle holder


LENGTH: 9' (2.7 m)

WIDTH: 29.75" (75.5 cm)

WEIGHT: 42 lbs (19 kg)

CAPACITY: 242.5 lbs (110 kg)

Retail Pricing

Move Angler - $599

About Feelfree US, LLC
Feelfree US distributes kayaks and accessories designed for recreational and fishing use, which have redefined the paddling industry with unique and innovative features and designs. Feelfree US is based out of Swannanoa, North Carolina and is part of a worldwide team manufacturing and distributing Feelfree kayaks to over 40 countries around the globe. Feelfree US distributes to dealers all over United States and Canada.

Last modified on Friday, 13 June 2014 06:59
Mark Watanabe

Mark "YakSushi" Watanabe is the Co. Founder of YakAngler.com, "He built this site!". He considers himself a mediocre fisherman and an unexceptional writer. He's the devoted father of a ton of little sushis (Air Quotes) and everyday tech ninja.


# atocha 2014-06-13 19:36
My 9 year old girl would love the pink camo...but I don't love the price.
# Aaron H 2014-06-25 13:13
At that price, you can put them into a fishing yak they can grow into. My 9 yr old paddles my big tuna just fine.

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