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Old Town Trip 10 Angler Deluxe Kayak - Dick's Sporting Goods

Old Town Trip 10 Angler Deluxe Kayak

Item Number: 18666536
Price: $499.99 $549.99*
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Plan on a great catch in a great Old Town® fishing kayak! Featuring a stable efficient hull, a foot brace system and a comfort flex seat, you'll be ready to reel in the big one while enjoying your favorite lake or river. The Trip 10 Angler is packed with features like flush-mount rod holders, large camlock hatch, stern day well and molded-in cockpit tray with cup holder. Spend an afternoon on the Old Town® Trip 10 Angler Deluxe Kayak!

FEATURES:

  • 1-person sit-in kayak
  • Made of single-layer polyethylene
  • Stable, efficient hull
  • Foot brace system
  • Comfort flex seat
  • Thigh pads
  • Anchor trolley system
  • Flush-mount rod holders
  • Molded-in paddle rest
  • Large camlock hatch
  • Molded-in cockpit tray with cup holder
  • Stern day well


Specifications:
  • Length: 10'
  • Cockpit size: 19.5" x 48"
  • Maximum capacity: 275-325 lbs
  • Model #: 13845455, 13845452
  • Old Town


Country Of Origin: United States

Customer Reviews

Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 40 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Boat I'm not an angler. I'm a photographer and was looking for a boat to get out on the water with my camera gear. This one really fit the bill. The cockpit size and configuration is perfect for the waterproof cases I carry my gear in and the large opening makes it easy to lean forward to stow and retrieve gear at the bow. I really like the dry hatch although I wouldn't trust it by itself to keep critical equipment dry. I have seen a bit of water in it after washing down the boat with a garden hose. But more than adequate for carrying the other personal items I take along. Right now I'm working on creating a couple of supports out of 1 1/4" PVC that will insert in to the rod holders that I can then lash other larger items to, like my tripod. The seat is very comfortable. The boat handles and tracks well. It is very stable. It is definitely at it's best on calm, smooth water. If the current, wind and waves kick up you'll get a bit of a workout, depending on your heading. Like the previous poster, I have found that the supposedly heavy duty plastic tends to scratch and gouge pretty easily. I've only had mine out 4 or 5 times and there are already some pretty deep gouges in the bottom from contact with rocks or shells near my launch point. No big deal as long as they don't come close to penetrating. I figure this is made to be used in the outdoors and evidence of encounters with nature is the price you pay. Like others I also found the drain plug to be in a curious and less than optimal position. But overall I'm very happy with the purchase. July 24, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Delicate I purchased two of these kayaks. I am 6'1 and 250lbs. It fits me great and it is a joy to use. However, I am really surprised at how easily these boats get damaged. It's not just scratches, either. It gets abraided. If the kayak rubs against anything, the side of the trailer you are hauling it in, for instance, the area gets sort of "furry". The material is very soft; it feels almost like wax. I have a kayak from a job lot type store that was half the cost and its been through amazing abuse and it has held up remarkably well. These will need periodic touch up with fiberglass resin or something. Just something to keep in mind. July 21, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Old town vs field and stream kayak You can't go wrong with this kayak! It has all the bells and whistles. My neighbor owns the field and stream eagle run and I have been using it for a long time but I wanted to try the old town so I purchased it and it is totally worth the money! You can't go wrong with a old town. June 24, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great kayak !!!!!!!! This kayak works perfectly for lake fishing. It's lightweight so I can haul it from my truck to the water easily. It paddles easily. I have the drywell full with everything I might need out on the water. The paddle holder and rod holders are great. It's comfortable. Just an overall great boat. June 19, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fantastic Boat I bought two of these because I'm a big guy 6-4 260 and the reviews sold me. My wife and I just got back from our first outing on the river and it was awesome. I was a little concerned at first but 5 minutes in they were gone. We went up stream 3 miles, then floated back past our landing and went back up again to get out, these boats were stable and reasonably fast for not being a $1200 boat. I'm really glad I didn't spend $2000 on two boats when the $900 I spent on this pair was all we needed. the seat is easily adjustable and very comfortable compared to some others I've been in. I thought about another review where they said they would get a stadium cushion, I thought about that and will dry it when I go on an all day trip. June 14, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Well suited for a big man with long legs My hubbs and I received two fishing kayaks as gifts for xmas and were excited to finally get them out on the water after a very long and harsh winter. He is a tall man at 6'5" and was not able to extend his legs in the 12ft Excursion, his knees felt like they were at his chin! The opening was too big for me at much closer to 5' tall. We loaded them up and took them back to our local Dick's store and the manager was very helpful in finding him the perfect fishing kayak that fit him well and kindly exchanged them. The Old Town Angler has a nice large opening for his legs and a very comfortable seat with great back support for long days on the water. Molded from solid, quality material and has a large, locking dry well at the rear. It maneuvers easily and he is very pleased with it! Thanks to Dick's for the knowledgeable manager who helped him choose this great kayak. We are looking forward to years of adventures in our awesome new water rides! May 11, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by BEST BEST BEST BEST Okay I've bought this kayak I would say the beginning of last year of 2013 and I love it. I used it in lakes, big rivers etc. and it comfortable. There's only one thing that I've noticed but isn't so bad. When paddling fast or slow, I noticed it would pull a little to the right but again that's not a big deal with me. All my life I wanted to buy a boat but with this you can go in small streams and hard to go places that you can't do with a boat. I've picked the camouflage color which I don't see them having anymore on the site but with this kayak any color would do. DO NOT MISS OUT ON THIS............. YOU ARE GOING TO LOVE IT. Having 2nd thoughts?, Youtube it and you will see how much fun it is. April 21, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Stable, Thk Hull, Nice Angle Kayak I bought this kayak as my first dip into the kayak world. I paid about $500 for it at Dicks Sporting Goods at the time. The rear compartment does a good job of keeping water out which is nice when you need to have a change of dry clothes or whatever you need to keep dry. I keep my wallet in a waterproof container just to be extra safe. I bought another kayak that was about $200 less that doesn't have the rear pole holders, the front tray for holding your lures, or a compartment that keeps water out and has a thinner hull for my daughter. I like them both. The cheaper one cuts through the water a little faster when paddling, but sits slightly lower to the water line than the Old Town. So if you're in riffled water a lot, you might want the Old Town Trip 10 Angler and even purchase a skirt if you get in a little more serious water. If you're in open water or lakes, the kayak will do the job, but you're going to work at it paddling harder than you would with a longer Kayak. And it becomes unreasonable if there's windy chop. The smaller length makes it ideal for turning on small rivers. It's stable in the riffles or chop, but I wouldn't do any serious rapids in it, certainly not without a full spray skirt. April 2, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nice boat for the money I sold my wilderness systems tsunami 120 and bought this boat. It has a ton of leg room and serves its purpose for fishing and is built really well. It's seat is comfortable because of the adjustable back. Only been out 3 times on it but so far I like the way it tracks on a lake.It is well worth the money. March 16, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best Yak for your money I'm 65 years old and was looking for a kayak I could handle by myself. This fit the bill perfectly. It's light enough to carry and very easy to get in and out of. I have had surgery on both shoulders and one knee replaced and still have no problem with handling it. I can fish out of it for 10 to 12 hours a day and be comfortable in the stock seat that it has. I did buy a pair of seal skin socks which are waterproof so I can stand in the water for easier entering and exiting the yak. It tracks well and is roomy enough for a tackle box right in front of you for easy access. I would highly recommend this yak for anyone. February 23, 2014
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