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Feel Free Moken 12.5 Angler Kayak
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Rating Stars   Customer Rating: 4.7 out of 5 (9 Reviews)

The Feel Free Moken 12.5 Angler takes fishing technology to a whole new level. Feelfree's new Uni-Track quick-release system lets you customize your kayak with all of your accessories and the Easy Seal hatch offers one of the driest hatches on the market. The Moken 12.5 Angler is stable, maneuverable, and easy to transport thanks to Feelfree's unique Wheel in the Keel. The Wheel in the Keel gets you from your tailgate to the action without wearing you OR your kayak out. It also features a standing platform, internal rod storage, molded-in carry handles, built-in rod holders, center-mount flip-up console, ample rear storage for a storage crate or bait tank, adjustable footrests, and a comfortable Kingfisher seat. The Moken 12.5 Angler is everything you ever thought about in a fishing kayak.

Wheel in the keel for easy transport
Integrated bow, stern and side carry handles
Handy flip up console for lures and bow storage locker
Seat included
Built-in fishing rod holders
Item#: 10269
Length: 12' 7" / 3.8 m
Width: 32 in / 81.28 cm
Weight: 75 lb / 34.02 kg
Capacity: 419 lb / 190.06 kg
Number of Paddlers: 1 - Single/Solo
Type of Kayak: Sit on Top
Hatches Incl: 3
Optional Hatches: 0
Rod Holders Included: 2
Material: Polyethelene
Reviewer: PDReino Rating: 4 Date: 08/08/2014
Review: My Moken 12.5 was delivered two days ago and arrived in excellent condition. It was well wrapped and included all that I ordered including PFD and storage racks. I also had ACK install a rudder system which required some minor final assembly (would be difficult to ship with the rudder extended). Total time from order to delivery was about 10 calendar days. I'm new to the sport of kayak fishing, so please keep that in mind. I have rigged the boat with a milk crate, and a Scotty rod holder (mounted on uni track). That's about all I've done to it so far. I transport the yak in the back of my short bed Toyota Tacoma pickup with a bed extender that gives me an extra three feet. The boat hangs off an additional two feet or so. My first observation is this boat is heavy and kind of a barge compared to what I expected. The wheel in the keel is a great feature, but even with that, a lot of muscle is required to load and unload by yourself. Because the yak has a pretty pronounced keel, when lifting from the bow handle and using the wheel, it is very tippy and you must use two hands to man handle it so it doesn't flip over. The molded in handles port and starboard are great tiedown points to secure in the truck. Using the large front hatch, I was able to put my fishing rod and PFD in there for transport to the lake. Nothing remarkable about unloading, much easier with gravity on my side, but mind the lateral control on the way down the boat ramp. I bass fished on a local lake for a few hours and loved the yak, and got a few compliments on it. I'm not an experienced kayaker, but it seemed to paddle very easy and the rudder was nice for fine tuning and keeping me parallel to the bank. Drift speed on a calm lake was perfect to work the shoreline. At the end of the trip I unloaded all my gear and put back out to try and stand on the installed platform. I will try again in the future, but it did not feel very stable and I'm sure I would have gone swimming if I had tried to cast. Probably something I'd get more comfortable with after some practice. I am very happy with this kayak package and would recommend the Feel Free Moken 12.5. It's on the large side, but I wanted a boat I could take into inshore areas as I work my way up to that. ACK puts together a nice discount package deal with PFD and paddle, and I plan to buy my daughter's yak from them very soon.

Reviewer: John from Florida Rating: 5 Date: 06/02/2014
Review: This is my first kayak so I really don't have much to compare it to, But I love it so far!Great seat, lots of storage, Love the wheel in tne keel and the built in handles.It seems very well made with lots of great features. Shipping to Florida was quick and easy and ACK customer was top notch!

Reviewer: Matt from Minnesota Rating: 5 Date: 02/15/2014
Review: Love my Moken 12.5. When I bought it, I had narrowed down my selection to this boat and the Jackson ultimately selecting the Moken. Here's what I love best about the boat: Great storage yet decent speed - it accommodates enough gear for 3 days/nights on the water. The wheel in the keel rocks - I've had 3 heart surgeries and this feature gets me on the water quickly and easily. (Make sure it's screwed in tight from the factory). Good stability/functionality - I take this boat on the huge lakes of MN and WI and yet it is great in small rivers too. The molded handles - I can't believe what an asset these are when it comes to securing or dragging the boat around The seat is the most comfortable of any yak I've fished in - I've put in 13 hour days in this seat. The center tackle storage - this is a great feature and I'm hardly ever reaching back to my crate for more tackle. The rod storage in the hull comes in handy too. Interestingly one of the major reasons I bought this boat was the Unitrak system. I honestly don't care for it. I also don't like the location of the paddle holders but, in my mind, these are two small negatives in what I feel is the best fishing Yak out there.

Reviewer: Stuart Rating: 5 Date: 11/10/2013
Review: I bought this in September, and had it shipped from ACK to Minnesota. I love thus kayak. It is very stable, although at 5'10 230lbs, I cannot stand and fish confidently, but a smaller person I believe could just fine. I love the layout and the accessorizing options. I have a Garmin finder mounted on a uni-track plate on the right with an over the side sonar arm so the sonar is not going through the hull. I also have a GPS mount on the front right deck. On the left, I have two rod holders on uni-track plates. I also installed an anchor trolley. have a crate in the back with the ACK crate buddy which I great. This yak is fast enough, and seemingly just glides on the water. I fish Mississippi back waters and Minnesota lakes, and it tracks very well without a rudder. I love the storage this boat has as well, and so far only a few drops of water have managed to get into the hull from the hatches on a very rainy day. The seat is fantastic, all day comfort. As has been said before, the biggest complaints are the weight and the paddle keepers are to far back. I can live with both.The kayak had a few hardware issues when I received it, but nothing a few drops of superglue and ACK's great service couldn't take care of. I highly recommend this kayak, and as all fishing kayaks are a trade off in features, this one included, it is not perfect. However, it is the closet to everything I want that I have seen.

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