Future Beach Trophy 126 Angler Kayak

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Product Information:

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!
FEATURES:

  • Dimensions: 10'6'' x 29.5'' x 12''
  • Cockpit dimensions: 18.5'' x 37''
  • Boat weight: 53 lbs
  • Weight capacity: 300 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
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For additional information relating to the Manufacturer's Warranty, please contact 1-800-671-6035.
Country of Origin: United States
Web ID: 4002650

Customer Reviews:

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 209 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Review for Big Men After l bought this kayak l read numerous bad reviews about leg room and overall tight quarters. While l thought it was fine when l 'tried it on' at the store l dreaded my first major expedition. I just beached it after a two hour leisure cruise on a small lake. Got into some excellent fishing holes, but as a man of 6'3" and 306 lbs (I'm working on that) l had no problems with comfort. I was able to sit cross legged, drape legs over the sides, tuck them all of the way in, and sit like you are actually supposed to. The seat was comfortable. I enjoyed it. Notice l am also 6 pounds over the weight limit, but it didn't feel like l was about to capsize. I really like this kayak. September 24, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by Fishing Kayak I have a sea kayak that I have been fishing from, on a river, but it is not ideal for that. So I researched and bought this kayak to river fish. The cockpit is very cramped and I cannot even bend my knees, they are trapped under the front deck. I am six foot one and slim build and it is tight. There are no paddle holders nor is there an anchor system. The plastic is VERY soft. One day on the river and I have more bottom damage than I do on my 12 year old sea kayak. I also don't like the molded in seat, there are no adjustments at all and you cannot access the rear of the kayak from your seat. On the plus side, the kayak is very maneuverable and paddles easily. I haven't raced anyone so I cannot compare its speed but it does seem to glide through the water very well. It moves so easily that each cast and retrieval of a lure actually moves me in that direction. It also floats me, I weigh 210 lbs, in pretty shallow water. All I need is about five inches and I can move about. What I like the most is that I can carry it to and from the river without breaking my back; it is very light. I rigged up my own homemade anchor system and will add paddle clamps soon. For $339.00, what I got it for, it is a usable fishing kayak that handles well and gets the job done. September 23, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Surprisingly stable and tracks well Great lightweight and stable kayak for the money. Was very impressed! September 17, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Very happy first time buyer. I like it! It's fairly light, will squeeze into my mini van, easy to get into and out of, tracks well and is pretty stable and sea worthy (within reason). First run I took it out for sea trials out of Anacortes, WA.. There was quite a bit of harbor traffic with large wakes(2 - 2 1/2 ft. waves) This kayak handled them all wonderfully when oriented at a 45* angle in either direction. It was a little un nerving at first, but kind of fun once you got the hang of it. It's not the sleekest/fastest of boats, but what it lacks in that it makes up in stability. The dash is nice with the removable tackle box and there are two handy stows fore and aft, with the smaller one in front water proof to keep a small amount of gear dry. The only problem I experienced with this fine boat is the left foot rest is a bit harder to adjust than the right, but it still works, just with a bit more effort. I'd buy this boat again. Consider running a strip or two of clear packing tape or duct tape down along the entire bottom 2 spines to add a bit of protection from wear or tear, because this is the kind of boat made for exploring and getting in close, imo. and buy a seat cushion. Enjoy! September 15, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by This is a GREAT kayak Excellent stability and tracking. Great comfort. I feel it was a steal at that price. Truly happy with my purchase. September 13, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good on flat water Maiden voyage on still water was impressive. Good glide and excellent tracking. On the Yakima river: certainly not as maneuverable as a round bottom boat as eddies and roiling sharply turned craft due to hard chines of 'Dihedral' hull form. Moderate rapids 14" - 20" with 3'-4' frequency gathered enough water over the rails to require a stop on the shore to drain. (occasional bailing took care of on board water thereafter. All in all a great little craft with good value! August 15, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great First Kayak 4/5 because I DO NOT believe in a perfect product. That being said... I've been wanting to purchase a kayak for about an year now and after doing quite a bit of research on them, I decided to go with the Future Beach Trophy 126 because it suited my needs without putting a huge dent in my bank account. The day after I bought it a buddy and I went on a kayak/camping trip. Went out to a lake north of Dallas and loaded all our gear in the kayaks and found an island on the lake to camp at for the night. It was rather windy that day due to a cold front moving in and all of the other boats on the water but this kayak handled fairly well. Not once did I feel nervous about flipping out and losing all of my gear I was carrying (cooler, fishing poles, tackle, hammock, etc...) I would recommend dropping an extra $20-30 and get a nicer paddle. My friend bought the cheapest one he could find and ended up with not nasty blisters. I bought a fiberglass one and after 8+ hours on the water, not a single one. Getting in and out of this was a lot easier than I was expecting. I could stand up in it completely without tipping and turn around and then sit down in it. My only issue with this and it was more of a user mistake than the kayak but one of my fishing poles I took out had a very short handle on it. The pole was about 4'6' so when I got caught up in a little brush, the pole got snagged on something and next thing I knew it was gone. Fortunately I always take an extra fishing pole but I was still pretty salty about losing a fishing pole. That being said, for the rest of the trip I kept my pole in the cockpit with me just to make sure I didn't lose another one. I'm going to be looking into some way to secure my fishing pole in the rod holder while I'm on the move so it isn' in the cockpit with me anymore. I didn't have any issue with the waterproof hatch taking on water but I'm skeptical of anything that is marketed as "waterproof" I purchased a drybag to put other things in that I didn't want to get wet and then put it in the dry hatch. I also purchased a waterproof case for my iphone for obvious reasons. The kayak weighs I think 53 lbs? I'm 5'7" and 130lbs wet so not a big person by any means but I can still get this in and out of my truck with no issue at all. The seat wasn't terrible. I didn't really have any issues with being sore after the trip unlike my friend who bought a different kayak from Academy but I think I'm going to upgrade my seat because it isn't that thick of a seat. Overall I am happy with my purchase and would do buy it again if I had too. Hope this helps anyone looking to purchase this kayak! August 14, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Perfect for beginners We purchased three of these kayaks. We have a local creek that we love to take the day and float down. These kayaks have great balance and are very stable. We purchased a SunDolphin for my daughter in law and it was a huge piece of garbage that was quickly returned. The minute we got it in the water you knew that you were never going to make a three hour ride without tipping out...and sure enough both myself and my daughter in law tipped over, and we both have a good amount of experience. These kayaks have a nice dry storage compartment in the front. If your going to get into the sport, buy a Future Beach Trophy Kayak! July 26, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by My first kayak For the money it is a good buy. I am 63 years old, 5'10'' and 190 lb. I found it to be a good fit to me and for my level of confidents too be very stable in lite chop and wind. Although it has two storage hatches, only the front is molded in one shallow piece and is water tight. The back hatch however is just an open cavity to the rear of the kayak and so the water that enters the cockpit gets anything in it wet. July 24, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awesome fishing kayak This was my first kayak and I needed a stable one for fishing. It's perfect besides being a little too heavy for me. Already has rod holder installed July 18, 2016
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