Wilderness Systems Ride 135 ACK Angler Kayak - Low Seat - Product Reviews
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Reviewer:
jeff
Rating:
5
Date:
8/11/2008
Review:
This is my first kayak, and I am very pleased. I tried other larger Kayaks and they just aren't as comfortable. The seat is what makes this Kayak. I was amazed at the ease at which it paddles. No effort at all to maintain a nice trolling speed, it glides through the water! I am 375 lbs, and I was concerned about how stable it would be for fishing, but no problem at all.
Reviewer:
Steve
Rating:
5
Date:
7/9/2008
Review:
Go ahead, Buy It! This boat is as good as it gets. I also have a Perception Search 13, a good boat, but can't hold a candle to the Ride 135. I fish out of this boat a lot, I stand up in it, sit on the side of it, and crawl across the front of it to get out on my boat dock, it hasn't dunked me yet - not even close. Boat is very stable, paddles straight and easy, faster than the Perception. Boat is also very quiet, and easy to fish out of. By the way I'm 51 years old 185 lbs. 5'10" and have had no disappointments!
Reviewer:
Chad
Rating:
4
Date:
6/27/2008
Review:
Its much wetter for me that I have read reviews from other sources. At 175# I wasn't expecting all the water inside, but if your in calm water I can use the included plugs to keep it dry. Tracks straight, yet is maneuverable. Stability against all logic... It of course has wobble when moving from "level" but it reaches a certain point and just stops feels almost like its running on outriggers. When standing/casting shift weight towards one side and the shaking stops. Overall a good boat lots of storage, tracks straight, not "fast" but its paddles with ease. I'd like to try out a tarpon for comparison.
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