Field & Stream 12' Eagle Run Kayak
The Field & Stream 12' Eagle Run Kayak is packed with features that you'd usually find only in much more expensive kayaks. This sit-in boat boasts such extras as fishing rod holders, pads galore for comfort, and even cup holders! Paddle in comfort and style in the Field & Stream 12' Eagle Run kayak.
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- Dimensions: 12' x 29"
- Weight capacity: 500 lbs.
- Removable storage pod with quick lock hatch
- Two fishing rod holders with leashes
- Thigh pads
- Adjustable footrests
- Foam seat and backrest pads
- Adjustable backrest
- Paddle keeper
- Drain plug
- Built in front console
- Cup holders
- Rear and foredeck bungee cords
- Carry handles
- Carry weight: 60 lbs
- Cockpit opening: 45" x 18"
- Outer shell material: 100% virgin polyethylene
- Manufacturer's one year warranty
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Country of Origin: United StatesWeb ID: 3986135
Field & Stream 12' Eagle Run Kayak 305 305
2nd season and going strong First kayak purchased, Started kayaking at 60 yrs. old. Very comfortable, can portage easily, holds gear well. Cracked the lid on pod, my fault, add a little apoxy, good as new. Keep thinking I want a longer kayak but keep coming back to my 12' Eagle, nothing really better. November 19, 2014
Yaking for days! I must say that I do enjoy this kayak. I have put about 200 miles in the water with it this year so far. I have gone as far as a 70 mile 4 day trip, and had enough room for storage. For as cheap as this kayak it is well worth the money and you wont be disappointed. I have been anything but gentle with this yak, and it has still treated me well. This is a very stable boat where I have been able to stand (even with a few beverages in me). For as wide as the boat is it does track fairly well, but because it sits low you may want to get a skirt for it if there are any white caps out because water will splash in. The seat is comfy for a stock seat and I would not hesitate to recommend this yak to anyone! November 13, 2014
Solid, multi-use kayak I'm 5'11" and 250lbs and I can stand up and move around in this cockpit without tipping. There's lots of room and it's very stable. The cockpit is almost too big. The dash is just out of reach. The cup holders are useless, too shallow to hold a cup of anything. The removable, dry compartment may be useful someday, but the wet well has been hugely convenient for fishing. This kayak is moderately quick and agile, but not outstanding. It's an absolute joy to paddle in. I like to put my feet on the dash and lean back for a slow, sunny paddle. Not only have I recommended this kayak to my friends, we just bought a second one for my wife. October 30, 2014
Awesome Kayak I had never been in a kayak before, but growing up in Norway (the country) I?ve missed the outdoors since I moved to Atlanta, GA. A friend of mine got me thinking a kayak could get me out there again, and trout fishing in the Chattahoochee River was very tempting. I searched the web to see other peoples experience as the large crowd is normally not wrong, but we all know some will not be pleased. The Field & Stream 12 foot Eagle Run Kayak came out with the most comments and the majority where positive; value for money, stable, comfortable seat, spacious, high capacity, handle great, etc?.and I agree in it all. It?s a great recreational fishing kayak made in Thailand. I?m 5?9? and 200 lb and strong built but here are a few things I learned; 1) The yak is heavy, and I could not lift it up onto my GMC Yukon alone. My wife?s Toyota Rav4 was just fine. 2) I bought a folding Malone kayak carrier and are glad I did. Remove/install is too complicated every time. 3) I bought the Aqua-bound 230 cm carbon shaft paddle but the yak is wide and is should have taken the 240 cm. 3) I bought a MTI kayak & sailing life vest, but it is to warm. You will regret it as I and just bring it along. I?m glad I bought this yak and after one hour, I was over the insecurity of overturning. You can wait for sales at Dick?s or just buy it and have fun. You have earned it. October 2, 2014
Good buy, but not much room for feet when wearing shoes I purchased this 12 ' kayak after trying out a 10' model. The 10' kayak tended to turn too much as I paddled. This length runs straighter and is just as easy to paddle as the 10' model. I had hoped the longer kayak would also have more room for my sneakers, but it doesn't. I'm using this in cool weather, so I don't want to be barefoot. Still a good deal overall. Well made, not too heavy, and has a very good seat with a high and easily adjusted seat back. Easy to get into and out of from a dock without getting wet. September 25, 2014
awesome! Everything I expected... I have a bad back and its very easy on my back. I went to the Dicks by the *** Pro Shop in ft myers fl and the manager and staff at that location was just outstanding. September 23, 2014
Not for me I got this kayak and it's not made for fishing so much, it's thin beam & hard to access the rear storage. I'm 5'7 150lbs and I was shocked at how unstable it was just to shift ur weight around to get a rod out of the rod holder & leash. And that is how I found out the hard way on how unstable it was, I turned around to untangle something and it just went over, wet phone / bent my new reel handle, coffee fell out of the 1/2" cup holder & 40 bait plastics floating everywhere. Cause I turned around? Seems crazy right? Anyway, thinking of going with a BPS fs128 for a few extra bucks and hour drive. September 23, 2014
This is the one! You'll love it. I love this yak. I ocean, river, and canal yak fish. I've had it for nearly 5months and fish in it several days each and every week. It tracks straight, love the set up. Two things I will speak and and say could use tweaking would be mainly the seat(it truly is super uncomfortable and offers no support... I'm not in bad shape and 36yrs old.. I use a boat cushion under me so I'm not sitting in water all day but nothing will make the seat acceptable but buying a good one) and a minimal thing to me is that it doesn't fit a standard crate in back... but I really don't care. Don't let the seat issue scare you off. Even if it's a big deal to you, buy another seat because the yak is awesome for this price range. I remember seeing reviews when I was researching that people thought the front rod holder was too far forward. I like where it is because a rod isn't in the way if a little to the side while paddling. It's no hassle at all to scootch up to turn it or grab the rod. I'm a 5'3",118# lady. I put it IN my suv alone and use the side handle to carry it back to garage so most men will have no prob reaching and putting it on top of a vehicle. September 21, 2014
What I was looking for. Great for fishing out of. Tracks really well and can handle some decent size wakes from boats. I like the removable rear storage compartment. I plan on doing some camping in this fall. September 8, 2014
great fishing craft I took this kayak on a four day camping/fishing trip on a nearby lake it it performed great! I'm 240 pounds and had a kayak that was rated 275 and was too much work to push through the water this one is rated for 500 pounds and floated me, my dachshund and all my gear no problem. The rod holders and leashes and the paddle holders built into both sides really made it easy to keep track of my fishing poles and paddle while keeping them handy for quick swaps back and forth. The removable dry pod is really handy for hauling extra gear and the webbing on the front and back make it easy to keep everything in place. It's not light but I had no problem carrying it around myself and I like that it feels very sturdy and I believe it will last. September 6, 2014