The FeelFree Moken 10 Lite is at the cutting edge of kayak fishing. Its smaller and lighter than ever at just 55 lbs so it's the ideal choice for short coastal trips or reeling in bass at your local watering hole. The Moken Lite is easy to cartop and easy to carry and thanks to the proven Wheel-in-the-Keel, rolling from tailgate to launch point is a snap. The new Uni-Track accessory mounting track system allows quick customization with any Scotty or Ram Mount products. Stable, light and compact when it comes to fishing kayaks the Feelfree Moken Lite is the next wave.
|Length:||10 ft 4 in / 3.15 m|
|Width:||31 in / 78.74 cm|
|Weight:||55 lb / 24.95 kg|
|Capacity:||353 lb / 160.12 kg|
|Leg Room To Peg:||37.5|
|Leg Room - Total:||44|
|Number of Paddlers:||1 - Single/Solo|
|Type of Kayak:||Sit on Top|
|Rod Holders Included:||2|
I have been on the kayak 5 times in the past few weeks. As soon as it was delievered I couldn't wait to get on the water. I love it!!! I have been in Ocean Kayaks and a few other kayaks and hands down this is my favorite. It is a little heavier than some of the others I have been in but it is easy to get to the water with the wheel. I packed it for a overnight kayak trip with tent, sleeping bag, thermarest sleeping pad, a camping stove and a cooler on the back with food and drinks. It was very comfortable and I would recommend this kayak to anyone.
I have had many kayaks, including a Necky Dolphin and Liquid Logic Manta Ray. I got the 10 Lite because I wanted a lighter boat to get on and off the car. While it has excellent qualities, the main problem is its hull, which, like Native Watercraft, is split into three or two pontoons vs a v-shaped round hull. This results in much more resistance going thru the water, and requires much more energy to paddle and I noticed no glide whatsoever. I am going to return it and get a faster boat such as the Ocean Kayak Trident 11, which has a more efficient-shaped hull and is just as light.
The Moken Lite was not only designed to be lighter than the standard Moken 10, but also to retain the super-stable qualities of the Moken, this can result in more resistance than a 'single' hull design.
I purchased the FeelFree Moken 10 Lite Kayak recently and here is my review. I found only a few reviews online for this kayak so I hope this helps you if you are in the market for a great fishing kayak. The kayak is very stable, it make it easy to get in and out of and no matter the depth of the water. When lake fishing I'm often being passed by water skiing boats and they send out some sizable waves which this kayak handles with NO problem. Some people have questioned its speed and tracking but I found no issues with these. Handling great in the wind, chop and on flat water. The seat is very easy to adjust and more importantly it is extremely comfortable. I have fished in this for 6+ hours and not felt like I needed to get up or get out. The kayak is easy to move around with the wheel in the keel and it gets transported in the bed of my Toyota tacoma with no trouble at all. I'm a fly angler an this kayak exceeds the my needs. One thing that you always worry about is getting fly lines caught when stripping your line. That is not the case with this kayak, everything has been thought through and all the nooks and crannies are either rounded, out of the way or recessed. I added an anchor trolly and a Scotty Fly Rod holder which has added to its functionality. I think you will find a lot of value if you purchase this model, FeeFree has put a lot of thought into these kayaks from an anglers standpoint. I got the winter camo color and have had a lot of compliments on it. I hope this review help you if you are exploring kayaks.
I went fishing in this kayak 2 times. The lake I fish is about 1/2 mile walk. It's a little bit of a work out but with the wheel in back it's great. Great little fishing kayak. 5 star kayak.