Kayak Fishing Ultimate Resource

Wednesday, 27 October 2010 21:11

Pyranha Fusion

Written by
Rate this item
(12 votes)

These days, when it comes to kayak fishing, it seems like we talk about hybrid kayaks more and more.  Usually we are referring to either the canoe/kayak hybrid or the paddle board/kayak hybrid.  One type of hybrid kayak that I don’t want to leave out, especially since they have been around longer than the other two hybrid types is the white water / recreational kayak.    Many of these Sit-in-Kayaks have a larger cockpit area and provide enough deck area for rod holders and other gear.

The Pyranha Fushion falls into this category and just as the names states it is a fusion between a whitewater craft and a recreational kayak. 


Key Features:

Super stable and forgiving hull:
Allows great maneuverability in moving water but allows the paddler to cruise with ease on the flat.  This one spins on a penny!
Tried and Tested Skeg System:
A great feature for the Fusion. It'll keep your tracking in a straight line with no hassle at all.  The drag-reducing skeg box allows water to flow freely through the stern of the kayak
Rear Hatch:
A Kayak Sport hatch gives a waterproof seal holding up to 78 liters!
Foam Bulkhead:
Adds extra buoyancy to the boat as well as being super lightweight. No need for rear airbags!
Grab loops and Rescue Points:
Industry leading grab loops and rescue points are the safest and strongest on the market!
Deck Features:
The Fusion's foredeck features elasticized deck lines for if you want to keep a waterproof close to hand.
A V-shaped water channel for drainage and a paddle park for if you want to keep your paddle safe whilst you take a photo
Deck Features:
The River Tour spec features the popular Flip-Top backrest which can be folded up or down dependent on the paddlers preference. Comfort or Control.
Latest HDPE Metallocene:
Increased rigidity, durability and weight saving giving huge quality and performance benefits.



For more information, please visit:  http://www.pyranha.com

Read 7422 times Last modified on Friday, 07 January 2011 14:49
adam hayes

About the Author: Adam Hayes is an avid kayak angler and the Co. Founder of YakAngler.com. He enjoys spending time on the water with his friends and family and really just about anything than involves growing the sport of kayak fishing.


Please login to post a comment.

Get the YakAngler Newsletter!

Keep tabs on all the latest from YakAngler.

Latest From The Forum

    • Detroit_Q's Avatar
    • Dragonfly 7 pro
    • Have you is what I meant. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-J320A using Tapatalk
    • 12 hours 20 minutes ago
    • DRH2O's Avatar
    • Taking pictures?
    • A waterproof point-and-shoot with a self-timer option mounted to your bow is a pretty good option for hero-shots. It's going to be cheaper than a...
    • 17 hours 49 minutes ago
    • Atlas918's Avatar
    • Temp rod holder
    • Quote: They are real easy to install. Really easy. Watch a couple youtube videos and you'll see. You were gonna drill a hole for the rods, next step is...
    • 20 hours 19 minutes ago
    • rustyN's Avatar
    • 3D Printing and Kayak Fishing?
    • Quote: Try and make a scupper vent. ( a valve that will allow water out but not in) . There are few dyi , PVC ways to do it, but this would be more "...
    • 20 hours 30 minutes ago

More Topics »