Field & Stream Eagle Talon 120 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
- Maximum weight capacity: 400 lbs
Country of Origin: ThailandWeb ID: 11279269
Rated 4.4 out of 5áby 364 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5áby Firemedic574 Only good for Lakes Big, nice boat, laid out well, and looks good. Seat is terribly uncomfortable for even shirt trips. Feels pretty stable. For anyone wanting to use it in anything other than a lake, STAY AWAY. This boat doesn't do well with ANY form of current. Turns on a dime, if you're sitting still, but once you're moving its a pain to steer. I ended up having to use backstrokes and J-strokes to try to make it through the creek we were floating. I even ended up bending a brand new paddle trying to dig (paddle hard) to keep from getting pinned and flipped by the current. (these were not even class 1 areas). September 16, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5áby TonyC Incredible Kayak! I bought this 2 years ago and there's not a single thing I can complain on. the hull is super strong and barely has any scuffs on it, and I use this a LOT. im 6'4" and fit like a dream. I even take my 9year old granddaughter out with me and she sits just in front of the front rod holder. super stable and never tipped it once and I use this on both fresh and salt water. if you buy this you will fall in love with it the same as I did. I got this for $399 but its worth the full price. I would buy another in a second if I decide to buy another kayak. September 7, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5áby Sam Field and Stream Eagle Talon12 I got this Kayak on sale at Dick's for $399 , I did a lot of research on kayaks before deciding on the Eagle Talon 12 and glad I did as this is an excellent kayak very stable , steers and moves quick, easy to handle in the water, it is a bit heavy but I bought a wheeled dolly for $40 on amazon and it works great , you would be smart to replace the seat as it is very uncomfortable and virtually no support . It does however come with a lot of extras that most other kayaks don't have like the anchor trolly set-up with anchor and rope scotty mount with pole insert as well as many other built in extras . A good buy and worth the money for the fun. August 16, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5áby Bill10 Nice kayak for the price, after a few mods. I went from an Old Town 10 foot sit-in to the Eagle Talon 12 to have a more effective fishing kayak. I?m on the Florida west coast and use it on rivers, lakes, gulf harbors and bays, saltwater mangroves and out in the Gulf of Mexico itself. It operates very well in all waterways and, dealing with winds and the wakes of larger watercraft, I?m finding this kayak to be very stable. It doesn?t seem to sit too low in the water and doesn?t gurgle water up through the scuppers; I weigh in at 180. It has all the room I need for my gear; the tank well is enormous. The paddle parks are something I didn?t have on my last kayak; very nice features. The Scott Rod Holder is a good accessory, but it was way out of my reach so I remounted it to the inner right side within reach but not so close as to interfere with paddling. I also extended the anchor trolley the entire length which improved that system?s operation immensely. On the seat, I went back and forth between the GCI Sitbacker and the BPS Stadium. Both seemed like good seats, were the same size and had many similar features, but I landed on the BPS because it has metal arms and I felt like the reclining system is more effective and sturdy than the GCI straps. It was about ten bucks more, though. Overall, with my mods and a heck of a good deal from DicksSporting Goods, I?m pretty happy with my new kayak. August 3, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5áby Conrad Great starter kayak with some minor issues I did a ton of research before buying a kayak and I picked the Eagle Talon. I looked at all sit on tops from $400 - $600 and feel this is the best one for my needs. Pros: * Stable * Rod holders * Light enough * Tracks straight Cons: * Seat - replace with the CGI Canoe Seat ($35) * Cost from Dick's ranges from $600 to $399 depending on the time of year - wait for a sale * Small rear deck storage doesn't fit crates July 31, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5áby ThePotter On a budget? This kayak is for you. I recently bought 2 of these Eagle Talons from my local Dick's Sporting Goods. My main use for them was for fishing in lakes and ponds, with the occasional river or big water. On receiving them, both seats and front hatch covers had slits from where (I assume) they had been unpacked from shipping to the retailer. The seats weren't a big deal considering I planned to replace them from the get go. The slits in the front hatches luckily hadn't pierced completely through so it is still water tight. I did not receive much feedback when inquiring about replacement hatch covers. That's why I docked a star. As for handling,it's great! Pretty quick, fairly stable, and not too terribly heavy. I can stand in it, but that has more to do with balance and build rather than the boat itself. The back cargo area is a little narrow, but still can fit whatever you want, with a little creativity. All in all, I would definitely recommend this kayak for a first time buyer that wants a quality Kayak without spending an arm and a leg. P.S. Try and wait until a sale. I picked mine up for $450 a piece. July 26, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5áby Marcopolo This is a great Kayak After reading the review, and lots of research I made the decision to buy this kayak. Taken it to my local lake and I'm just so happy with my purchase. Landed my first fish on 4th of July weekend 2016. I did however got a new seat. Would recommend this Kayak July 22, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5áby F1959 great value I have owned my Field and Stream kayak for 2 years and truly enjoy it. I paid around $425 after discounts and feel it is comparable to a Wilderness which is about twice the price. The only negative is the terrible seat. But, for the price of this great kayak, you can spring for a aftermarket seat and still be way ahead of the game. That is the first thing I did and now I am one happy kayaker. This kayak is stable and tracks well. I am very pleased with it. July 21, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5áby GtownYakClub Overall, quality yak Took this kayak out for the first time today, it tracks great, takes waves well, and I was happy with the fish caught out of it. The only problem was there must be a leak somewhere because I had my phone, keys, and wallet in the mesh bag under the hatch in the cockpit and my phone got wet and broke. Other than that I'm happy with this yak. July 16, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5áby Sawtooth Great kayak, pitiful seat. The kayak itself is great. It is stable enough and tracks nicely and is an overall good buy. BUT the seat is junk. Be prepared to upgrade the seat if you buy this kayak. I built a canoe seat into mine and now I'm quite satisfied with it. July 12, 2016