Field & Stream Eagle Talon 120 Kayak

Field & Stream Eagle Talon 120 Kayak is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 396.
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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.


  • 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
  • Brand: Field & Stream
  • Country of Origin: United States of America or Imported


Rated 3 out of 5 by from FIRST SIT ON TOP Purchased at Dick's on 5/17. Finally got it out on 6/14. I own4 sit in kayaks. This is a different animal. Rated at 400 pound max load capacity I was very surprised to see water at top of, and enterintg through, scuffer holes.I weigh 185 and had no gear on board. The boat is heavy to transport and more sluggish in the water than I had anticipated. I considered returning but Dicks said no. "Once it hits the water it's yours". It is stable with lots of storage and well equipped including rid holder & anchor with trolley. Made a PVC cart for transport. Some complain about the seat. I thought it was find during my 4 hour test run. Guess I will keep it for a year and may grow to like it
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Superb Kayak This Kayak is simply amazing. This thing is so stable I sometimes feel I am on a boat and forget I am on a Kayak. Now there are a few cons to the kayak, and stuff you must be aware off. But the boat is by itself so nice, that even with a few upgrades, you will still be saving money. Compare this to much more expensive fishing yaks. Do you want to really get into the sport of kayak fishing and modify your boat to your liking with endless possibilities? And you don't want to throw $1000 + on a kayak? this is what you are looking for. Pros: - Stability, stability, stability: Yes I say it three times. This thing is so stable, I can stand on it, I can twist my entire body to reach the entire back storage, or move my head to the front, legs to the seat, and reach the front storage hatch. I don't recommend doing this though, the front storage hatch is designed to be reached when on shore or by your buddy. I can even get on my knees, get on a side of the kayak and go #1 while enjoying the scenery (if no people around of course...). - Tracks well: With the great stability comes tracking. This yak has superb tracking. - Speed: Yes, surprisingly, this is a fast kayak. Stable + fast, what else do you need for fishing !? The hull design is pretty neat. As an engineer myself, I cannot help myself from constantly admiring the design of this craft. - Material: Strong, durable, and looks cool. - Storage: You get plenty of it. -Community: This is a very popular yak for people who are serious about fishing from a kayak. There is a TON of videos and forum threads with surprising mods that you can do to it (even installing a trolling motor). Cons: - The rod holder...: The placement of the rod holder is extremely awkward (almost useless). There are easy mods to get around this if you truly need to use the rod holder. I personally only fish with lures and don't need it, so I will be installing a fish finder instead. - Scupper holes: I mean this is a sit on top yak, so it has scupper holes. The problem is, two of them are RIGHT under your butt. Your butt and back will get really wet, and that is really uncomfortable. I live in a cold place, so this is a killer for me. Fix? easy. Plug them; you can buy actual plugs or golf practice balls. - Weight: 70 lbs is a little heavy, but not too bad honestly. I can carry/lift this myself, and put it on the roof of my car as well. - The anchor trolley: It is only on the back side of the boat, so you can't really mess much with it to position yourself. You could easily mod it and extend the line to the front if you want. Also, having an anchor is better than nothing. Again this is like the chair, it is an extra. Comments about other reviews: - The chair: Yeah everyone complains about this... and it is true, the chair is very standard. But look at it this way... You are buying a very high quality kayak for a very good price; some kayaks with this quality don't even come with a chair. Think of the chair as a free plus that comes with the yak. If you don't like it, buy a nice one. I can personally spend the entire day on this thing and the chair doesn't really bother me that much. But if you are picky or have back problems you will need another chair. - Foot pegs: People say they break, they are flimsy, etc... I have not had a problem with them, so I am not sure if some yaks might just be bad apples?
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by from upset I purchased a field and stream eagle talon kayak and was excited to take it out with my family on the pond. Well today was our 1st trip out 6/4/17 and needless to say wasnt very happy. I am a bigger guy and got this kayak because of the rating. Well now after 5 mins of paddling i find out it fills with water thru the holes in the boat. I understand that it is for water drainage but when you are sitting in 2 inches of water its not very fun. Read on a cpl of forums and this is a very common thing for these kayaks. Now find out that they are dicks specific and the salesman never said a word about the plugs just wanted to shove the kayak out the door. That day i purchased 2 kayaks and nxt time i guess ill shop around.
Date published: 2017-06-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Almost great Just bought this kayak yesterday, took my maiden trip in it today. It's very stable, no fear of tipping and glides nicely. But have to say, seat not comfortable and one of the foot pegs won't stay. The seat I'll have to deal with but the foot peg?I hope manufacturer will do something about that
Date published: 2017-06-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from You get what you pay for With this kayak you get what you pay for, both good and bad. While this is a four hundred dollar kayak, it is not a cheap $200 kayak or a thousand dollar kayak. The seat is cheap and lacking any real support or cushion- expect to buy an upgraded seat. Also the foot pegs/braces the piece that locks them into place comes off (and easily falls into the water via the scupper holes). Field and Stream/Dick's customer service will then tell you that you have to return the entire kayak because of this one small piece that they could just as easily mail to you. For me this was after they first said they needed a part number and to look in the manual for the part number but the manual doesn't have part numbers. My local dick's didn't have any more of that kayak though... so I'm making an online purchase for a new set of foot braces. Also, a full size milk crate does not fit in the back, which so many kayak anglers normally use. Other than those issues the kayak is rather nice, handles nice in the water, etc. Below it asks if I would recommend this kayak to a friend- I would be sure to tell them the issues and let them decide.
Date published: 2017-05-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome first time kayak!! Except 1 thing I just bought this kayak when they went on sale. I read many reviews online and it impressed me for a first time kayak. First day I took it out I took my 4 year old daughter with me that weighs 35 pounds. We had a great time paddling in it and fishing. I felt it was very stable with both of us in it........ The bad part, you MUST buy a new seat. That is the only negative thing I can say after using it that day. Other than that, I think I will be able to take advantage of it when I am by myself in it.
Date published: 2017-05-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great all around yak! Easy to control, stable, fast, and tough. Great features included such as an anchor system that works great and a nice assortment of rod holders. Dry compartments actually stay dry! Didn't like the seat being over scupper holes because my pants stayed wet so I built a raised seat and everything is right now. Awesome yak for the money!
Date published: 2017-05-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good bye canoe hello Kayak I bought this f&s kayak three weeks ago and use it every weekend so far and love it . Need to change seat like everyone else, but can't complain. Use it in Lemon Bay near Englewood Fl.
Date published: 2017-05-08
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