Wilderness Systems Ride 115 Angler

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You fish on the fly and fly to fish, and finally you have a boat that lets you take to the water like a fish. The Wilderness Systems Ride 115 Advance Angler Kayak is the final arrow in your angling quiver as you can sit, stand, and sit again in the blink of an eye--and not be swimming with the fishes by the end. This stable boat won't win races, but you might win the biggest-catch-of-the-day contest. Rod holders galore give you a cast of options, and a massive stern tankwell lets you take your "big daddy" of tackleboxes and a cooler full of beer and ice. Sturdy and solid, this polyethylene boat won't shudder from the wake of crude lake cruisers and keeps you in a steady state of bliss even if you pile on the weight in the back, um, of the boat. The Phase 3 AirPro Advance seating lets you ride in luxury on your way to the secret fish hide-out. Not only comfortable, the seat slides more than you on an ice rink. Shift your weight forward when paddling upriver, and move it backward to prevent the boat nose from dipping down when charging through surf or a bit of white water. Slide the seat all the way back, stand to cast, fly or reel, and start wondering if you're really in a kayak and not standing on dry land. Updated accessories mean the Angler is ready for a fishing trip the moment you unwrap all of the packaging. Two sizes of Yak Attack Screwballs let you choose what to mount, be it a GPS, rod holder, fish finder, or camera. Leave your rod in the Yak Attack Zooka Tube while unfurling the flag of the Yak Attack VISICarbon Pro. If others on the water can see you, then the only real threat to your personal safety is an errant hook from a miscast fly. Even though you can't see their ears, fish seem to hear you banging the paddle against the hull--carve out sound protection with the Silent Traction system. You still can't sneak a midnight donut without being caught, but just maybe you'll creep up on the legend of the lake. - Backcountry.com

Wilderness Systems Ride 115 Angler

MSRP:
$1,019.00

The Wilderness Systems Ride 115 Angler is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 13, 2014 at Backcountry.com.

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