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Ocean Kayak Torque Motorized Fishing Kayak 2013
 
Ocean Kayak Torque Motorized Fishing Kayak 2013
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ACK Review: The Ocean Kayak Tourqe Motorized Kayak was just the most fun item I got to try this summer before the public got at it. The whole kayak makes sense for anglers that want to do a lot of fishing in a day quickly. The motor is really well thought out and the whole kayak is plug in and go. Get yourself a quality battery for the best results because your going to want to stay out all day. I can't brag about these kayaks enough they are just so much fun and when you don't have the battery in you have a great kayak.
Customer Rating: 4.6 of 5
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Customer Reviews

Reviewer:
tmosk1
Rating:
4
Date:
6/8/2010
Review:
This kayak is a joy to fish from. You can cruise the shore line and cast to new water. The only draw back is the recommended size battery is heavy, 50 pounds.
Reviewer:
seaworthy48
Rating:
5
Date:
6/4/2010
Review:
To let you all know the ""YELLOW"" is much better to see on the water , I all so run a 33 foot C.C. boat it all open deck is nice big boat ! Was out on the lake doing 61 m.p.h. and saw one of our Yellow Kayak's ( around 400 yards off ) it was a friend next door using it , she love's it and I love seeing it in the water that far off ,., ACK I thank my friend is going to get one too , she loves kayaking , but if you go to far out and it get's rough its had getting home ,.,
Reviewer:
C.R. Dillon
Rating:
5
Date:
6/3/2010
Review:
AWESOME KAYAK BUT SHOULD INCLUDE INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO PUT THE RUDDER TOGETHER. A GREAT WAY TO FISH.....
Reviewer:
seaworthy48
Rating:
5
Date:
5/26/2010
Review:
Hi all, Ok was out on the lake for over 5 1/2 hrs to day Wed. the 26th., I can see the shore fishing is going be real good in the Torque at very low speed ! And getting home on the lake was very good , am 6'4" tall , 240 lbs., backing up was real good too . The only bad thing is being stable in it , side to side , but I only say that because I have two Malibu X-Factor Kayak's too , they are 33" wide lot's more stable ! Wood be much better for the open Ocean I thank ! But over all the Torque is a much better designed for motoring around the big lakes , then having a side motor , I love both of my Kayak's and hope they will last a long time ,., Now I have 4 of them 2-Ocean Torque and 2 Malibu X-Factor ,., One more thing it has a motor to be put in the kayak so let it stay in , the paddling is good with it in and off , and if you need it USE it that's way U gut it right ???? Am 61 y.o. and it hard too keep up with the younger guy's but no more , am just going to sit back and enjoy the ride , now see if they can keep up with me ,., he he Thank You ACK and Ocean good job The only bad thing was the seat's not as good as we hoped for .
Reviewer:
seaworthy48
Rating:
5
Date:
5/25/2010
Review:
WOW we gut our two Ocean Kayak Torque Kayak's today by truck , every thing was pack up real good , we are from Maine , the Trucking Co. took real good care of them and help us with them , was very happy ! ( came Tue. ) We are off too do some Kayaking with them to day Wed. we will let you all know how they are in the lake , we live on a lake that can get real rough some day's. and paddling home on those day can be hard we will see how good they are...Thank you ACK you did a real good job in shipping
Reviewer:
Eric T -- RET - U.S.C.G.
Rating:
4
Date:
3/29/2010
Review:
Reviewer is 6'1" 280lbs...Speed ok (I thought it would be a bit faster), Space on boat good, OK suggested battery is a sealed 85amp HR for this boat is expensive, and weighs more than I would like. Trying to located a 65-75 AMP HR rating under 50lbs(that should be about 2 ½ hours at full throttle which should result in a good 5-6 hours on the water I believe(crosses fingers) ...blue optima battery is only 55AMP hours and that’s cutting it a bit close at 2 hours full throttle but only weighs 43lbs. Depending on size batteries run between $180 and $279. Throttle control is in a good location though I may want to find a way to cover it when I am not using it. Strap for engine MUST be tight to prevent engine from hitting hull and making noise. Putting in scupper plugs on either side of the engine unit which are attached to a lanyard will assist that problem and may correct that however if you needed drainage you may or may not want this option. Battery storage compartment has little to no room for anything but the battery, maybe your wallet and some gum would fit. Might think about relocating battery to bow compartment to have some storage in front(I hate feeling and grabbing things from behind me. I believe with the battery relocated to the bow that a seat PFD and the skeg would fit in the compartment. Paddled fair with engine in the water(did not try it with just skeg in place). Recommend having replacement prop with you. Placing an engine on this kayak now make is a boat and as such is subject to boating rules and regs (registered, all around light at night, whistle, registration must me on board, numbers on side of hull, and flairs if body of water is over 1 mile wide along with mandatory type I,II,III or IV PFD must be on board. Largest down side is that the Torque needs about 1 1/2 feet of water to operate in. Which is ok if you have a hard bottom can you can just get out of it. However if you have a mud bottom you either must go around the flat or fight with leaning over the seat to remove the strap/plugs disconnect and then lift out the engine without unplugging it. Plug for this unit is at the very end of the stern I don’t think I could stay in the kayak and plug it back in... I suppose I could if I removed everything from the stern area and relocated it to the bow and bungee it down before then letting down the seat and belly crawled a bit aft not an easy task. Rudder system was a bit stiff I thought but not bad and it did have a good turning radius I thought but I did have a bit of trouble getting the rudder in and out of the water but that’s probably just me. I normally fish in 3-6 feet of water but there are times that I know I am going to be shaking my head because I cannot get through someplace because I am drawing to much water….. Such is the pros and cons of any system.
Reviewer:
SeaYou FishMore
Rating:
5
Date:
3/16/2010
Review:
Wonderful rock solid yak with great trolling speed which allow you to target the big species. Puts you on the fish for those who aren't bulked up, or as youthful, as we once were. Hate to ask the young lads for help or to stay back for slow paddler. Now that I can keep up (understatement) - it really bothers them to ask a senior citizen for a tow back against wind & current. Hehehe. Some say I spent too much? It beats burning the 25 gallons an hour in fuel my last fishing boat would burn cruising at 8 knots. Slip fees alone would buy me a new yak every 3 months. I think my new fishing toy is saving me thousands and I do not have to try to scrounge up a crew who more likely than not want to be pampered just to go fishing. Go figure? Imagine that?! Most Kayaker's are real people who love fishing and meeting people...for fun and the love of the sport. Can not wait to get out on the water - if heaven is like Torque yakking - then I am; All-in!
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