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Perception Sport Caster Angler Kayak, Red/Yellow


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  • Kayak Karrier Handles
  • Keepers Footbrace

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Product Description

A fisherman's delight, the Caster 12.5 angler kayak from Perception Sport is multi-directional seating and reinforced foot braces.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 150 x 14 x 30 inches ; 58 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 60 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0043QNDGK
  • Item model number: 93577034
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #845,110 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By lou on September 5, 2013
Scotty Triple Rod Holder Board only (No Rod Holders) Includes Post Bracket and Mount

I recently picked us this yak in July and I am really loving it. I've taken it out into the ocean and fished the reefs 1-2 miles offshore with no problem. This kayak sits very low in the water so it does fill-up in the cockpit area. I don't mind sitting in a puddle as it cools me off here in Florida but the problem is the water seeps into the yak through the storage compartment that is located right between my legs.Not enough to jeopardize buoyancy or nothing but does make the yak very heavy upon re-entry. It is impossible to get a tight seal as shipped. I'm going to get some sort of 0-ring seal and see if that works. Using a Scotty triple rod holder, I have outfitted my yak with a fishfinder/chartplotter and 2 rod holders up front. A 5-gallon bucket (live-well) fits perfectly into that round space in the stern and a small cooler in the back. The 2 flush-mounted rod holders in the back are usually used for my net and gaff. This weekend I will be installing an anchor trolley, stern and bow lights for night fishing. For the price, It is hands down the best thing on the market. I would greatly recommend it.
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Purchased from Amazon during the summer, I paid the premium price so I will get a second one when they are on sale. I am 6.6 tall and weigh 280 pounds.so I was worried about a wet ride according to the reviews. I bought the yellow Ocean Kayak scupper plugs and the Pentair 350013 Lid O-Ring Replacement Pool and Spa Pump for the screw top hatches and had a very nice dry ride. The kayak will take on water n rough water when the rod holder plugs are out and your rods are in place. I put foam balls on the rod handles for rod floatation and to keep water out. I love the front hatch with the "Tupperware" cover, it took me 10 minutes to install a Lowrance X-4 fish finder with the shoot thru hull transducer. I live on Lake Erie, so it is a freshwater sea. The yak is really stale on its own, but I added Spring Creek Stabilizer Floats and it is rock solid, I can stand up in the yak and cast! Really, even though I paid more than I should have, it still is the best bang for the buck, especially since they are discounted Tarpons. .
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By William Russell on October 2, 2013
I picked up this Yak about 6 weeks ago. I read reviews about people sitting in water so I bought scupper plugs and plugged the scupper holes before I put in the first time. I also bought a large sponge and set it by my feet to soak up any excess drips in from the paddles or my feet. I've used it about 10 times in two lakes and a river (mostly the river) & kept very dry. It is very stable while I won't attempt to stand in it I do hang both legs over one side & have never come close to tipping it while getting in or out. The only problem I have had so far is the back of the seat starts getting uncomfortable after about two or three hours. I can't seem to get the adjustments right but I'm still working on this with cushions. Bottom line this Kayak has been a great no hassle way to get into the water quickly & easily to cast a few lines and/or relax and drift with the tide on a very scenic river (Ashley). I live close to Charleston SC so next spring after a little more experience with it I'll try it out on the ocean.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By pcfix_3 on May 11, 2013
I got my yellow one from gander mountain. The first time I took mine out, my 8 yr old daughter wanted to go with so she sat on the back. It was fun. It's easy to control and comfortable. I would not recommend this if you are going to be in cold water though. More so if you are overweight like me. The holes in the foot well allow water into that portion of the boat. I'm not sure why they designed it like this but my guess is that it has something to do with stability and weight management. Well, with me being a little heavy, the water tends to get into where I'm sitting, more so if I'm really trying to accelerate the boat. Again this isn't a big deal since I'm expecting to get wet any way. The down side to the water getting into the foot well at least for me is that one of the doors for the compartments (really just a hole in the top of the boat that has a bag in it and a screw lid) is right in the center in this area. It's on a high spot but with enough water where you are sitting, the water can end up covering the lid and if you don't have it tightened enough, the inside of the boat gets wet. Not enough to worry about filling the boat though. All in all a great little boat. There's two places right behind where you sit to put fishing rods and a holder between your feet for another rod. The compartment lid up front is nice and snug and it's attached by a lanyard to the hull.
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