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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.

  • 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
  • Maximum weight capacity: 400 lbs
Country of Origin: Thailand
Web ID: 11279269

Customer Reviews:

Rated 4.4 out of 5áby 347 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5áby Great kayak have been out several times now in rivers, bay, and offshore. Handles real good and no leaks. Use the front rod holder as a camera mount and added 2 more rod holders, modified the seat. June 27, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5áby You will get wet. I'm always amazed at folks that think a Sit On Top is going to be a dry boat. They aren't. I weigh 300 lbs, so I thought the 400 lb weight limit would be the way to go. It floats just fine, though very low in the water, the scuppers were always allowing water in as much as letting it out...but on windy days...which is every day at my local lake...the waves break over the bow, as this kayak rides lower than I anticipated. After 90 minutes of goofing around, including an experiment to see if I could get back on after falling off, in which I basically bury the bow in the water and climb over it into the cock pit, I had at least 2 gallons of water inside the boat. I'm not certain how it got in, the water puddle you sit in, which will not drain out, tended to always cover the edge of the hatch between your legs, and the water coming over the bow as I got in, or as I paddled through the waves, might have gotten in via the rubber hatch cover there. However, considering the conditions, and the fact that the boat was still floating just's all good. I got it for recreational warm water snorkeling and fishing, it serves that purpose well enough. If I wanted to stay dry, I'd probably get the sit inside version, same price, but 500 lb capacity. Stability was decent, though not great. A wider boat would be nicer for that, but if this boat were any wider, it would be a barge. One thing...this long boat tracks well enough, but a quartering wind and waves make it hard to turn into the wind, and sitting so low means it's a pig to maneuver even without waves. I can't imagine white water use with this could get hairy. Of course, the seat is barely adequate. I don't want padding in the seat, but a higher back would be nice. June 27, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5áby Great fishing yak with a few mods This is a great yak. I am very happy with it but i did do a few mods to it for fishing. First off i am tall 6' 5 and the foot pegs i just pulled them out no need for them at all perfect fit without them. I am also 280 lbs so just a little guy. But i fit in this yak fine. After 1 season of use i got the balance of it down. Like anything new at first it was little tricky,didn't feel stable at all but you get it down. The seat is garbage,Still looking for a good replacement on that got a hard fishing seat yet to use it. The anchor needed to be extended to the back of the yak then it is fine. the rod holder works fine for me. I added pvc made outriggers with crab floats when fishing.Then stable as can be, not a problem. Like all of the sit on scupper holes are in the seat area so you get wet. No big deal a few soft golf balls plugged the holes up and no water. (but i did get the scupper plugs easy to pull out when needed) mine tracked fine but wind drift tends to pull easy. i would say Great yak for the Money . June 26, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5áby Amazing kayak I have owned a few and can tell you this one is worth the money. I did get mine on sale for 399.99 but it's worth every penny spent. Now you ask why I only have it 4 stars.... Well know this going in to the purchase.. the seat has to be replaced. It is junk.. in fact calling it junk is too good for the seat. It will make kayaking a pain full Horrible experience. So get your self a new one before you go out lol. Trust me . June 26, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5áby Great starter kayak for a great price You can't go wrong with this kayak.It has everything you need to get out on the water. Would recommend for anyone who just needs to be out there.But this kayak gets you out on the water. A higher end kayak would "take care" of you out on the water. June 22, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5áby Not a bad kayak All around not a bad kayak, tracks well, the 6 scutter holes are the bad part as your feet are in water the whole time, there is a set of holes right under the seat and there is a set in the rear where the gear is stored so it gets wet. The seat is very thin causing the butt to go numb after a few hrs and it sits down some so you butt and legs get wet from being on water the whole time. The area to store your gear could be bigger. June 19, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5áby Field and Stream Talon Wife purchased the Talon Eagle at Dicks in Pensacola. Loves it. Stable, tracks very well and fast. Cant go wrong with this one. As far as customer foot peg was missing lock. Martin shipped it the dame day we spoke and delivered UPS next day. June 17, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5áby Solid Kayak, Lots of Space, Too Many Scupper Holes I had never kayaked before until buying this kayak and overall I was very impressed. The fishing rod holders are very handy and there is ample storage for a day on the lake. The small anchor that comes with it is enough to keep you put if it's not overly windy. The only downside for the 'yak is that there are 6 scupper holes and most of them are unnecessary. Otherwise it's a solid kayak! June 14, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5áby Excellent product As my first kayak, I was skeptical of the stability. But to my suprise, its super stable! Very easy to fish from as well as paddle. Only negative is the seat as others have stated. But its tolerable June 13, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5áby Lots of Features-very stable but a few issues This is my 1st kayak so I can only compare with a few times I've borrowed others. This kayak has lots thoughtful attachment points and gear storage. However, I don't see an obvious point to attached the paddle so one can have both hands free to get in. I'm 6'5" and weigh 260 lbs. The kayak is rated at 400 lbs capacity. With just me, about 1/4" of water comes up the "drain holes". With my dog 65 #(total 325#), the inside water level is about 1/2-3/4". In both cases the kayak is very stable so maybe this is an intentional design. Also, the foot rests don't seem to go far enough forward so I can keep my legs straight and there is no easy way to remove the foot rests or fold them away. The back rest doesn't go high enough to really support my back but the Eagle Talon is only slightly worse in this regard that other kayak I've used. June 11, 2016
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