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KL Industries Sun Dolphin Journey SS Kayak

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Price: $405.00 - $644.03
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  • Two flush mount rod holders one swivel rod holder
  • Large comfortable seating area, open cockpit allows the easiest of entry
  • P.A.C. (Portable Accessory Carrier) can be used as extra storage, tow behind or a backpack
  • Dry Storage compartment, shock cord deck rigging
  • Adjustable foot braces

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KL Industries Sun Dolphin Journey SS Kayak + Shoreline Marine Kayak Paddle Rounded 96" + Premier Kayak Bungee Paddle Leash / Accessory leash
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Product Description

Coming outfitted for fishing with two flush mount rod holders and one swivel rod holder, the Sun Dolfin Journey 10' ss Kayak from KL industries is designed for maneuverability and tracking on the water. Large, comfortable seating area and an open cockpit allows the easiest of entry. Adjustable foot braces to accommodate paddlers of any size. Portable Accessory Carrier can be used as extra storage, tow behind or a backpack. Includes padded seat back, dry storage compartment and shock cord deck rigging. Specifications: Length: 120", Width: 30", Height: 13", Weight Capacity: 250lbs Weight of Kayak: 41lbs, Shipping weight: 51lbs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 inches ; 25 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 25 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0088B528S
  • Item model number: 51945-P
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,431 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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All in all you can have a lot of fun in this cheap kayak.
VoiceOver Guy
A few of the good features are, 1) It has two built in flush rod holders on the aft, and a plug in,removeable, adjustable one in the front, that's real handy.
Guitarasaweapon
It's a sturdy, functional kayak with ample storage and and easy ride.
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59 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Guitarasaweapon on July 24, 2013
I bought this to take on Galveston Bay, or any of the local bayous, ponds, and lakes around here, in SE Texas. It has everything you would want to get started fishing from a kayak. A few of the good features are, 1) It has two built in flush rod holders on the aft, and a plug in,removeable, adjustable one in the front, that's real handy. 2) The dry box/tow behind/backpack really is water proof, and comes in quite handy for cell phone, GPS, fishing license, etc. 3) Sit on top gives you alot more casting space, and a higher plane of vision for spotting fish, navigation, etc. 4) 12' is a must for stability on rough water. any shorter, and your in trouble quicker. 5) There are plenty of bungie fore, and aft, to secure your gear. 6) It really is set up as nice or nicer than FAR more expensive fishing kayaks, and in fact, I have never seen a kayak with all these options, anywhere near this price. EVER. Now some of the noteworthy, not so good stuff to keep in mind. 1) There are no scupper plugs. That means water in stays until you remove it with a bilge pump, or land it, and tip it over. 2) Any water that stays in the boat over time, will "seep" into the rivet holes holding in the seat, so that means tipping the kayak on it's end, and pulling the hull drain plug on the kayak nose, to remove all water inside the hull space. That being said, I added $600 worth of extra goodies to mine, like fish/depth finder, GPS, anchor trolly, anchor, 10 tie down loops, compass, etc., so I commited to mine right away, I liked it so much. I don't really care about scupper plugs the way I fish, and a cup, or hand bilge pump is fine, but again, I don't really need it personaly. And, I don't let my yak sit with water in it, in order for it to "seep" into the hull normally.Read more ›
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49 of 50 people found the following review helpful By GTP1601 on February 23, 2014
Color Name: Drab GreenSize Name: 12-Feet
Very good yak all in all.
I did a lot of research before purchasing this kayak.
What became apparent early on, is that you must evaluate your own personnel needs and usage before you decide which yak is best for you. There are many styles/brands to choose from & most differences seem subtle, but can make a big difference once you start using the boat.

For me: Kayak weight was a top priority. Because I paddle alone most of the time, loading & portaging to off the beaten path creeks and rivers is a big part of it, I drew the line at 50 lbs.
But I also wanted a 12ft. Boat for improved tracking and extra weight carrying & cargo space.
I wanted a "sit on top" for ease of access and better for warm weather use in relatively flat water.
I looked for boats that had high ratings on seat comfort and the journey answered.
The paddle that came with it(as a promo) is fine for my use as I just need a durable big dip paddle.
I like the removable waterproof hold in the stern. It is fairly large & it's convenient to just remove the whole unit for packing and transport.
I'm 6'1" @ 190lbs. Legroom is good, with the adjustable foot pegs all the way forward.
I have found that getting in and out is best done with a feet wet approach. Meaning I prefer to pull up on the bank, straddle, then sit/rise. Rather than enter/exit from a dock. Once your in, you sit low enough that the yak feels very stable.. But with only a 29" width, getting in and out is less so.
However, the narrower width allows for great tracking, maneuverability and reduced the overall weight. Overall, for me, the compromise in stability is worth it. The Journey is durable.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Caleb Erdner on January 25, 2015
Color Name: Drab GreenSize Name: 10-Feet
I received this kayak as a gift for christmas from my father. At first I was a bit skeptical about how usable it would be for fishing. I have since gone on many fishing excursions in this little yak. The first thing I would like to point out is, you are probably not going to find a better fishing kayak for the price. Nowadays its common for kayaks to cost thousands of dollars. You can catch just as many fish from the sundolphin journey as you could from any of those premium brand kayaks. This kayak gives you a lightweight design, with the ability to bring a good amount of fishing gear (3 rod holders, dry storage for cell phones and keys, space for a tackle box). It also comes with paddle holders on either side which is a huge plus. My previous kayak did now have holders so the paddle was constantly falling in the water when I was trying to reel in the big one. Another benefit of this kayak is the adjustable foot pegs that allow users of all sizes to find comfort. One drawback to the kayak is that whenever you are stopped and taking a few casts, it tends to want to turn on you in the opposite direction in which you want to be. I find myself constantly readjusting my position by using the paddle as a rudder. In the future I plan on adding a rudder for better tracking at speed and so I can keep my position at rest. All in all I would recommend this kayak for a range of anglers from beginner to advanced. If you are a larger person, more than 200 lbs I would recommend you go up a size to the 12 foot version. If you are on a budget like myself, this is the perfect kayak to get you out on the water and catching fish.

Check out some of the modifications I did to the yak to make it more fishing friendly @ www.marinersweblog.wordpress.com/outrigger-build/
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