The smallest of the Ocean Kayak Trident line, this kayak really packs a punch. At 11 feet the Trident 11 Kayak blends stability with a considerable weight capacity which most kayaks at this length can't claim. The Trident 11 Angler is perfect for anglers who are looking for maneuverability over covering long distances in their quest for finding a honey hole. The Trident 11 features a bow hatch, large tank well and roomy cockpit. Updated for 2013 with new Support Track Foot braces that are easy to adjust and contoured for a comfortable feel; even with bare feet. Featuring a Comfort hybrid seat and redesigned Mod Pod the Trident 11 allows you to add customized rod holders and other accessories to the Mod Pod lid.
|Review:||Only issue was it took long to receive the kayak than stared. We live in area where FedEx turns their shipments over to local trucking companies so about 10 days to ship to Northen Idaho. Otherwise very happy with this kayak Trident 11.|
|Review:||Had my Trident 11 Angler for 2 months. Ive been out about 6 times. It performs wonderfully. You can store 3-4 7 ft 6.5-7 ft rods in the hull. It is stable, but also moves rather quickly for the widest boat in the trident line. It is ready to fish and really a wonderful value. I can not think of any reason why I would want to get rid or upgrade this kayak It really is top of the line. Some people complain of the seat being underpadded I weigh 200 lbs and it has not been uncomfortable for me. I would highly recommend it.|
|Review:||This is my first kayak but have had a canoe for many years and put on a lot of river miles. This past summer we took our Scout Troop on a 50 mile canoe trip and several of them had kayaks. After trying a couple I fell in love and then did a lot of research on which type was right for me. I planned to mostly fish on rivers and some whitewater. After many hours of research I settled on the Trident 11 Angler. I used it for the first time this weekend and love it. My friends that went along in kayaks were amazed at the dry storage you get with a sit-on-top. The features designed for fishing were great from the rod holder to the measuring scale and the small pockets to keep lures handy. I look forward to many more miles on the river and only regret I did not have it last year when I took the 50 miler. The seat is so comfortable and endlessly adjustable. You do get wetter than in a canoe in small whitewater but I guess that is expected in a kayak.|
|Review:||I spent my tax return on a new Trident 11. I was also looking at the Ride 115, but it was just too heavy for me. This is the second sit-on-top kayak I've owned. My first is an '09 Tarpon 100. The Trident is just the right size for me! I can stand up and fly-cast easily. It tracks MUCH better than my old Tarpon, even without a rudder (which I plan to install eventually). The Mod Pod makes customization easy, and I don't worry about drilling extra holes in my boat for accessories. I can't wait to take it camping!|