Field & Stream Eagle Talon Kayak
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The Field & Stream« 12' Eagle Talon Sit-on-Top Fishing Kayak is perfect for your next relaxing day on the lake. Stay comfortable with the adjustable padded seat and keep organized with the molded-in well to hold your tackle box and bucket, with cargo mesh cover. The two flush mount rod holders with leashes ensure your rods stay secure before you cast out.
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- 1 person sit-on-top kayak
- Front deck bungee cords
- Drain plug
- Padded seat with adjustable backrest
- Oval rubber hatch
- Molded-in space for one 3600 tackle box and bucket (tackle box and bucket not included)
- Screw top hatch with mesh bag
- 2 flush mount rod holders with leashes
- Swivel fishing rod holder
- Stern tank well with mesh covering
- Adjustable footpegs
- 2 paddle parks
- 1.5 pound folding anchor with 100' of polypropylene line and float
- Side, bow and stern carry handles
- Manufacturer's one year warranty
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- Length: 12'
- Width: 30"
- Deck height: 13"
- Carry weight: 68 lbs
- Max. capacity: 400 lbs
Country of Origin: ThailandWeb ID: 11279269
Rated 4.5 out of 5áby 292 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5áby brianh eagle talon kayak I've only had it out once but things went real nice. Kayak is stable. For 3 hours the seat wasn't all that bad. Recommend scupper plugs for under the seat or you rear end will get soaked. Looking forward to many trips ahead. October 2, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5áby kayaker Solid Kayak All in all this is a great kayak so far. This seems to be a lot more durable than some of the cheaper kayaks on the market. It seems to be a case of paying more to get more. The trade-off though is that for the durability you are also adding a decent amount of weight! At 70+ lbs and 12 feet in length, it isn't something you can move around on your own. If you have a tackle box or anything on it, you'll need some help. The included anchor did just fine on the last few outings. We cut the line in about half because I think it was 100'! There is a spot right behind the seat that hold the typical 3600 tackle tray. The mess net for the back cargo area is nice as well so that loose things are a little more secure. Front hatch has been nice and dry so far. I wouldn't say this is an entry or casual fishing kayak. Because of the length it can be a little harder to maneuver, but you'd get that with all 12' kayaks. It does track well because of the length. If you aren't familiar with kayaks, or have a strong desire to get this to the lake, the weight and size can be a little daunting for a casual user. September 24, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5áby Richard Good beginner fishing kayak I like the kayak overall. The forward rod holder is out of my reach. I weight 253 lbs and have not problems with stability while sitting down. I have not tried to stand up and don't plan to. I have plenty of leg room. Find the seat comfortable when adjusted correctly. I like the mesh net storage area just in front of the seat. Longest time out so far was 2 1/2 hours with no comfort problems. As a beginner who has tried out several different other kayaks. I can say I really enjoy mine. September 10, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5áby lawbook I'd suggest it for everyone. This is the 3rd Eagle Talon we bought and will probably get another one soon. September 9, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5áby Ladyfish Great boat Love it ,handles choppy water real fine,and the waves,super stable and confy,love that the back fishing holders are really close to the seat i dont have to tturn my back to get it ,moves really fast,this my third kayak,all i wanted from a kayak is there, September 8, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5áby GG Great Ocean Kayak First time Kayak. Using it primarily for the Ocean. Awesome Kayak for the Ocean and it's is a lot of fun. I've used it in 1ft. chop and handles great. I'm 5'8 145#, this baby moves right along and is stable enough to handle a little chop. If you're looking for a 1st time Kayak you can't go wrong with this one. Tip- purchase a paddle leash so no chance of loosing a paddle. Pros- Price- You get a lot for the price Stability Tracks well Good storage- nice dry storage in front of seat with easy access. Fishing Rod Straps - you don't lose a rod in rough water Great looking, Good accessories i.e. storage net and anchor. Well made - feels solid Cons- Seat is OK- It's good for a couple of hours. I expected worse after seeing reviews Quality I would rate excellent but some screws start to rust after a few uses. Front storage- difficult to access on open water. August 23, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5áby higgybop Great product for a great price. First off I am new to kayaking and this is my first kayak. I upgraded to the eagle talon from a 15 foot canoe that I took out with my kids. Now I use the kayak and the kids use the canoe. I must have read reviews for days before I finally decided to go and actually look at different kayaks in the stores. I pulled down a few kayaks and sat in them to see how they fit, and I have to say the eagle talon was by far the best. Not only is it a comfortable kayak, but you get a lot of bang for your buck. The talon comes with a lot of extras that most other kayaks don't. Before getting it out into the water, I did some needed upgrades that other users talked about. I upgraded the anchor trolley from the back part of the kayak to one that spans from the bow to the stern. I then upgraded the seat a little. I also put on a PVC pipe rig in the rear two scupper holes that I attach my umbrella and milk crate to. I just recently upgraded the front rod holder, I now have the extension with triple rod holder. I have taken it out on calm lakes and it tracked very well. I have also had it out in the Atlantic (coast of Cocoa# and in the Gulf #coast of Tampa) in both calm waters and very choppy waters. She handles very well in choppy waters. I am looking at purchasing a second eagle talon for my son and I would recommend this kayak to anyone. August 21, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5áby Dadodge A great kayak to customize, well worth it!! I bought this kayak a couple of months ago and so far i am very happy with it, tracks well and is pretty stable, i'm 5'6 and 140lbs and stand up to fish all the time!! for me it was the most affordable way to get into kayak fishing and the sale price allowed me to customize it how i want...... an absolute must is a seat upgrade, i made a frame from 1" PVC, secured through the scupper holes and then i added a canoe seat! the front rod holder is a little far away but not a major pain, the anchor trolley is a nice addition but it needs to be the full length of the kayak and not just the rear quarter, the front hatch is spacious enough for a tent, sleeping bag and drybag along with a few other small items and covered with a durable rubber hatch cover which so far has proved waterproof, the center hatch is also great for storage, it contains a mesh bag which i found you can clip several small dry bags to it and place them in the hull. The rear rod holders do what they are supposed to do and come with rod leashes to keep all secure, i see a lot of people on here saying that the rear cargo area is too small for a milk crate, it is! i just used a shopping basket, fits perfect and can be secured with tarp bungees to the existing tie downs..... overall i have found this yak to be all and more than i need as an introduction to kayak fishing, with a little ingenuity and about $250 you can customize this yak to have it rigged out really well for fishing or you can leave it as is too and it's still a great yak!! August 12, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5áby blacksmith Carp killing machine The kayak is stable, tracks nice. It is a little heavy. Plenty of storage. Camo color blends in. August 5, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5áby jtruong11 Great Kayak! This thing is awesome on the water, I'm 5'10 150 lbs and am able to stand and fish from the kayak, I have even been able to set hooks while standing. Though i will admit it is a little wobbly. I have also taken this kayak out in the middle of a deep lake and jumped off of it to go swimming. When I say jumped I'm talking cannonballed off. I was able to climb back on the kayak with ease. The only negative to this kayak would have to be that it is a tad bit heavy. I can get it on the car solo but it is pretty rough on my back. Then again I probably just need to hit the weights a little harder. Also the seat if fairly uncomfortable after an hour or so I would suggest an upgraded seat. Overall You will not be disappointed in this purchase. August 3, 2015