The Feelfree Moken 14 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 14 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 14 Angler is everything you ever thought about in a fishing kayak.
|Length:||14 ft 7 in / 4.45 m|
|Width:||30 in / 76.2 cm|
|Weight:||79 lb / 35.83 kg|
|Capacity:||432 lb / 195.95 kg|
|Number of Paddlers:||1 - Single/Solo|
|Type of Kayak:||Sit on Top|
|Rod Holders Included:||2|
I have had the boat now for a few weeks and this is a very well designed boat. I have only taken it out a handful of times, but my initial impression of the boat is very good. Before this, I paddled a Tarpon 140, and I would say this is a lot nicer of a boat. Hopefully in the very near future, I will have a chance to take it out on the open water and give it a good run.
The boat tracks well and is fairly fast .. the rear slide tracks are a little too far back to be practical. the front slide mounts are ok but you have to buy the slide mounts as there is no mid ship access to the inside of hull for mounting anything . Im a big guy , 6'5" and 290lbs and the weight capacity is WAY OFF .... me , two rods , two mounts with scotty rocket launchers , fish finder with 8- AA Batteries , two plano boxes , two bottles of water and a PFD should come very close to 100lbs under the 432 lb cap and yet the footwells and rear tank well both held water above the scupper . The boat is fairly heavy but not too bad . The wheel in the keel is nice on solid ground but the boat needs to have a well balanced load or be empty to keep it from tilting. This particular craft convinced me to TRY BEFORE YOU BUY . I feel that my NW Manta 14 is a better boat for me . This was my second kayak purchase from ACK and their service is the best in the business. Had I been able to try before the purchase , I would have passed on the Moken 14 . 2-1/2 Stars for my needs.
Impressive kayak for a great price! I'm 5'10 230 and have paddled quite a few kayaks both longer and shorter. This kayak was just right for the style of fishing that I do. In a world where you get so little for so much I think this kayak puts you on point for a great price. I do wade fish 90-95% of the time so I'm not in it quite as long as others might be but standing is easier and easier the more you practice and it is very stable. Handles chop well and on the middle Texas coast that's pretty much all you get, stay pretty dry but I wade so being wet doesn't bother me and I rarely notice. Great storage, I keep it simple and do not carry very much with me on trips but it seems like you could pack a mule in there. Do yourself a favor and find one to paddle, there are too many choices out there to make a decision without paddling a certain kayak. You won't be disapointed when you paddle this one. Lurejunkee
I was very impressed with the moken 14, plenty stable to be in rough water. I also love the center hatch that I can throw all of my go to plastics in. I am a bigger guy at 5'11 275, it holds me well with all my gear. It tracks great without the rudder but a rudder is a bonus to have while drift fishing. over all I love my moken 14. You wont be disappointed when you give any feelfree kayak a try.