My wife and I are shopping for sit on top kayaks to use on the weekends. The primary purpose is to paddle flat water lakes and rivers, but we both like to angle (fish) and could possible do some angling from the kayaks as well. However, the angling kayaks are significantly more expensive. Is it any more difficult to use a standard sit on top kayak to fish from than from a angling kayak? If so, elaborate on the difficulties please.
- Kayakpak I goes right into your Kayak’s tank well, and if you’re an avid kayak angler, just starting kayak fishing, or an experienced professional guide, we’ve built Kayakpak I with you in mind.
- Outside front has sewn-in a tough & adjustable fishing rod/tool holder array with (2) rod & reel tubes included. Single tool holders on sides, along with (2) covered pouches. Unique top cover has a clear plastic map pocket on its exterior side, a mesh fabric interior compartment, and can be rolled away.
- Backside, there’s a slit pocket. Multiple grommet drainage holes are everywhere to help protect your gear from water damage. And several exterior ‘D-Rings’ allow for additional lanyard tools attachment and cord lashing of Kayakpak I.
- Made of sturdy 600D water resistant ripstop fabric throughout, fully padded and interior lined, we believe you’ll find Kayakpak I essential for all your angling experiences. Includes integral carry strap plus adjustable/detachable padded shoulder strap.
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