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Thursday, 29 October 2009 10:37

WaveWalk Fishing kayak

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The can-do kayaks:
True stand up paddling and fishing anywhere you want - i
n flats, rivers and the ocean surf.
Take advantage of the extra safety and natural comfort
of being able to switch to any position you want, anytime. We've takenthe L-position and Yak-Back out of kayak fishing and paddling - forever.
Launch, paddle and beach anywhere, and fish in any environment and weather you feel like.
Save money and aggravation: No need for a rudder, kayak seat, outriggers, or special kayak rack.

 

1. Hull tip x 4
2. Spray deflector
3. Cockpit rim 1.5" wide
4. Saddle top
5. Arched reinforcement rib X 13
6. Hull (bottom) X 2

7. Ergonomic carry handle X 4
8. Nylon eyelet  X 8
9. Flush mount rod holder (optional)
10. Cockpit cover bungee with hooks
11. Cockpit cover Nylon eyelet X 4
12. Cockpit cover lashing hook X 10

 


 

 


W300 Series Features

Dimensions

Total Length: 10' 4" (315 cm)
Total Width: 25" (63.5 cm)
Total Height: 18" (46 cm)
Weight: 56 lb (25.5 kg)
Without accessories
Storage Space: 10 cubic ft (283 L)

Maximum Load Recommended:

300 lb (136 kg)
More information at bottom of page

Stability (Secondary):
Heeling up to a 60º angle
Material: Rotationally molded Polyethylene for high strength and durability. RECYCLABLE
Color: Dark Green 
Wetted Beam by Hull: 6" (15 cm)
Wetted L/B by Hull: 20:1
B/D by Hull: See detailed figure at the bottom of this page
Draft/Load:
See detailed figure at the bottom of this page

MADE IN USA

More more information on this kayak please visit:  http://www.wavewalk.com/

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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.

 

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