Future Beach Trophy 126 Kayak
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The Future Beach« Trophy 126 Kayak delivers a smooth ride for recreation, fishing or relaxing on the open waters. From the roto-molded dihedral hull to the adjustable, cushioned seat back, this kayak provides optimal stability without sacrificing comfort while you paddle. This kayak also features two flush mount rod holders and a built-in tackle box with front and rear carry handles, making it easy to carry and angler-friendly!
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- Dimensions: 10'6'' x 29.5'' x 12''
- Cockpit dimensions: 18.5'' x 37''
- Carry weight: 53 lbs
- Capacity: 275 lbs
- Roto-molded dihedral hull for stability and tracking
- Two flush mount rod holders
- Built-ion tackle box
- Adjustable seat back and seat cushion
- Double 10" x 18" elliptical storage hatches with rubber covers
- Front and rear bungees
- Step Lock adjustable foot rest system
- Front and rear carry handles
- Molded in cup holder
- Integrated drain plugs
- 10'6" deluxe sit-in fishing kayak
- Manufacturer's 2-year hull and 1-year accessories warranty
- Future Beach
For additional information relating to the Manufacturer's Warranty, please contact 1-800-671-6035.
Country of Origin: United StatesWeb ID: 4002650
Rated 4.5 out of 5áby 173 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5áby Larry This product had the functionality I was looking for This will be my first fishing kayak. Just a few minor things I wanted to add for my own . Anchor, pulley system, paddle holder, docking cleat. October 7, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5áby Stan Great yak for a small to medium size person I have had this for about 4 months and have used it several time including a 3-day float rip down the Buffalo National River in Ark. I weigh 185 and had about 30lbs of gear with me. That was the maximum amount of weight for this craft. It tracks very well. Almost too good for a river...but it's always a balance of needing to make a shift in direction vs not wanting it to shift! For these reasons, I call this a very good quality kayak for the price to be used in open water to semi-open water with medium to light weight. If you weigh over 200, i would definitely go with the 12' craft. The advantage of the 10' is that it is so easy to store it, load it, and pull it out of the water. September 30, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5áby Lar Future Beach Trophy 126 Kayak Long time canoer and this was my first kayak---and I love it! The tracking is wonderful. It is very stable side to side as well. I shoot a lot of photos and lean to the side or turn to shoot behind me and this kayak sits flat and stable. Couldn't do that in my 14.7 canoe. The foot peg adjustments are easy to reach. The front bay is kinda disappointing in size---could be deeper. Maybe it is my technique but my legs get soaked from dribble off the oars. (And I can't find a skirt accessory) Overall, and for a first kayaker, I'm delighted. September 29, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5áby candy Great fishing kayak Gave two of these as gifts and the receipents LOVED them! September 8, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5áby oldboat1 my boat is 6 yrs old now, perfect all conditions boat. this boat works good in every condition including wind. not the fastest boat in the world but runs a good cruising speed. for distance that's all that matters that's it. mine is gray smaller cockpit opening harmony skirt bulkhead and added water tight flaps to the rod holders n lavika paddle. have paddled this thing 20 miles on lake no prob at all, enjoyed it. paddled this thing down south in the cypress trees n you can't get anything longer thru there. that's water you really don't want to be in and the stability of this thing is very reassuring. winter paddling around ice the thicker roto molded hull offers pretty good insulation, here again water you don't want in. have paddled this thing in almost tornado conditions " with skirt rain jacket gloves" and never even got wet til take out. highly recommend this boat but the smaller cockpit opening as i have is better for skirt use. September 7, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5áby ikeninspect Great for us normal people with families and real budgets This kayak is great. WE bought this three weeks ago and the kayak has been used by three family members. My 14 year old, my wife and my father. Each different weights and different heights--the kayak performed flawlessly. Look for the price and the features this is great. On a budget its tough to spend 700-1500 on a nicer kayak when you want to get a kayak for everyone in the family. We have fished from this multiple times. Plenty of room inside--which is important for a recreational/fishing kayak. When you want to put plenty of gear in with you --then you need the extra cockpit space. Fishing box, lures, water bottle, etc nice to have the extra space. The rod holders work great. Slightly awkward to reach behind for them but excellent for trolling. We have caught a bunch of nice sized fish while paddling slowly and trolling lures. A few things--there is no bulkhead. The front covered hatch is a small bowl type space that is waterproof with the hatch cover. The rear hatch cover opens into an area behind the seat-but without a bulkhead--water does flow back there into your stuff. Simple--cheap resolution we did --we bought waterproof storage backpacks for our important stuff. The storage space is great and lots a small soft cooler for drinks and lunch on the kayak. You can put your shoes, fishing gear etc back there. The kayak paddles nice and tracks well. It is slower than your typical recreational kayak. It is wider and more flat bottomed with Excellent stability. You are not flipping this over by accident--you will have to really have leaned the wrong way to tip this over--then its your own fault hahaha. The kayak is solid, built well and for the lakes, slow rivers and fishing options--this is outstanding. Im 45 years old 205 lbs, my wife 47 120 lbs, my son 14 almost 6 feet tall 160lbs and my father 74 at 250lbs--all fit inside fine-with plenty of room. The seat is comfortable --we paddled in these for about four-five hours with no complaints. Loading the kayak on the roof of our car is easy--two people is simple but I can load it by myself with no problem. Don't be gentle with it--the kayak can take a beating--get it and get out there and use it--you will love it. Just do it--this is a real review and I know you will have fun in this boat. August 23, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5áby KayakKansas Pretty New But opinions I purchased this kayak a few days ago and I understand I still have to take it out more to get a good idea of it and how much I will enjoy it, I can tell you that I am an experienced kayaker and was looking for something new to add to the group so I had some more yaks to let friends use when they want to come along, I was looking for a small lightweight yak that I could take on multi day trips and after a lot of research I went with this 126 yak. I was thinking about going for a nice kayak that I had my eye on around $1000 but decided this fit the order. At the store: I went to my local dicks sporting goods to take a look at this yak and get a better idea of it, My local dicks displays all of their yaks outside on wooden racks for people to see, When taking a look at this yak I knew i liked the color first immediately, It was also comfortable to sit in however i knew i would need to add a few things starting with a new seat with a higher back. I noticed that the front rubber hatch cover was warped due to it sitting out in the sun so long, I also noticed that the bungee bands covering both hatches was EXTREMELY loose and had little tension when you have nothing in them. I decided not to buy the one at the first store I went to mainly due to the hatch cover being warped, After a few days I stopped by the other Dicks across town and saw that they had 2! one on the rack outside and even better one on the rack inside the store! After pulling down the one inside the store and inspecting it, sitting in it and checking everything over I noticed that the bungee straps on this were also loose however the issue with the hatch covers was not present, I inspected the underside of the hull and noticed that there were some noticeable bumps from where the seat was molded in however after seeing it on a few of the same model I didn't let it bother me as this yak will mainly be used for slow floats and fishing. Soooo I bought it! After getting the yak home and beginning to look over it and add a few necessary items.. I attempted to strap my life jacket under the bungee cords and figured it would be pretty easy due to how loose the cords were.... Right and Wrong... I then realized the reason that the cords were so loose and this is the only problem i have discovered with this kayak so far... After strapping my life jacket down and walking away i heard a very loud pop, I looked back and saw that one of the bungee straps had popped out of the J-hook that holds them tight, After attempting to re secure it I noticed that the J-hooks are extremely flimsy and bend with little pressure.. I gather that this is the reason the straps are so loose on all of the yaks so that there isn't much tension bending the hooks backwards. It is simply impossible for me to strap a life jacket under the cords without them popping out due to the flimsy j-hook, it will be pictured below. I fixed this issue by replacing them with some J-hooks that i had laying around and presto problem solved, So far in my short time having this yak this is the only problem that I have found, I absolutely love this yak and will return to post more updates as time progresses with pictures. I see myself taking this yak on many trips to blog for my website Kayak-Kansas.com August 15, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5áby Me Great Kayak This kayak is great, it has plenty of storage space, a concave bottom which means when we get in shallow waters, I float through while everyone else is scraping or walking. It also stays real stable in rapids. The pole holders are nice too, they carry my collapsible fishing pole when I'm paddling and my paddles while I'm fishing. It is tough too, it's taken a beating in some smaller rivers and rapids and still has a lot of life left. July 26, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5áby LElswick Great For The Money I picked this kayak up about a month ago and have used it about 3 times a week on a calm lake and in creeks feeding into the lake. I am 5'10 and 240 and have found this kayak is a great fit for me with my size. I have fished with it and found it to be extremely stable, even when leaning to the side to get a fish. Many of my friends have used the kayak that have considered purchasing one but feared tipping over but they were all sold on the Future Beach Trophy 126 after a short time on the water. It tracks rather well but the stability is a trade off for speed. I would suggest anyone purchasing their first kayak consider this model. July 15, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5áby Teresa50 Excellent Kayak! Purchased this kayak for both fishing and recreational kayaking. It tracks exceptionally well, cuts through the water with ease and loves to ride waves! I find this yak to be incredibly stable, which is a bonus. I gave plenty of room for storage should I decide to camp out as I journey along the creeks, channels and rivers. I would recommend this kayak to everyone. It's hull design is excellent for control and slicing through the water. The kayak is made really well. Nothing flimsy about it that I can find, so far. Great price! Great manufacturing! Great design! Money well spent! The only negative: My husband needs to buy his own kayak. July 12, 2015