The Kaku Voodoo SUP is for the angler who wants to catch big fish from a paddle craft. At 35 inches wide, it has enough stability that you can stand on the seat for sight casting, but it still paddles well and has phenomenal tracking. It features a large open deck in front of the seat and plenty of room for a cooler behind. The seat is mounted on the 30 inch aluminum tracks so you can trim as needed. The Voodoo features a seat like no other SUP or kayak out there! It has a wide seat area for maximum comfort, but it has such a high weight capacity, that you can actually stand on the seat for a wide, cushioned standing-platform. The seatback is curved, so you can also sit on the seatback for a high-seat position. The tall seatback also serves as a lean post when sight-casting. The Voodoo also includes 2 hatches for plenty of protected gear storage, a logo'd deck pad, five molded-in micro Power Pole mounts, bungee deck rigging, and molded-in side handles. The power-pole mounts are covered in plastic starboard when they're not being used for additional space to mount accessories. The Kaku Voodoo is in a class by itself.
|Length:||13 ft / 3.96 m|
|Width:||35 in / 88.9 cm|
|Weight:||80 lb / 36.29 kg|
|Capacity:||400 lb / 181.44 kg|
I have to admit the seat was what attracted me to this board. I planned to get this for my wife and friends to use if they wanted to join me for fishing. So I bought this with a plan to use it with a trolling motor and set it up with a KISS (keep it simple stupid) approach. I took it out first time and enjoyed it so much that I see myself using it when I go out by myself and possibly replacing my perception pescador pilot with another Kaku Voodoo someday. I do have plans in the near future to replace the transum mount, steering arm, and speed controls to make it even more user friendly. I love its simplicity and its seat. I may add a leaning post like a hobie h bar in the future also. This thing makes a great fishing rig. See my video https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=3yoey2IN7hE