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Customer Rating: 4.0 of 5
You get a pretty good value
with the Ride 115. I have the
high and low seat and use the
high most of the time. I have
found that for the length, it
tracks really well and is not a
chore to paddle with the
Camano paddle. I took off a
star because I wish it was just
a tad more stable for standing.
I can stand, but it is going to
take a lot of practice to be
really good and comfortable
doing it. You have to have the
confidence that the stability will
kick in as it goes from side to
side. Here is what I have
learned about the Ride 115:
get at least 2 scupper plugs,
but I use 6 and plug all but the
front two holes; car topping it
requires a good strategy but is
doable; if you are picking just
one seat, the high seat is what
I use most of the time and
doesn't feel unstable; even
with a 500 pound capacity, if
you are in the 220 range, you
will push water up through the
scuppers as you move around
the yak (see first point about
getting scupper plugs).
Here are things I would change
if I could: slightly more stable
(it's not bad, but I wish for just
a tad more for standing);
make the center hatch more
usable, it's a great place to
store something like a hog
trough but the angle is wrong
and it won't fit; have the ability
to go form a high to low seat in
one package instead of having
Bottomline - The Ride 115 is a
good angler yak and worthy of
consideration and has pretty
good bang for the buck. It is
my first one and a good
starting point to get into the