EZ320 Fishing Kayak
320cm * 81cm * 37cm
Kayak package deal includes Raised Alloy frame seat, Kayak Paddle, 2 swivel fishing rod holders. Rudder included.
This is an serious fishing kayak for big guys looking for more space and big capacity fishing kayak. 3.2 meters long, 81cm wide makes the kayak very stable even with over 150Kg weight on it. Designed for paddler 80Kg - 120Kg, max weight 150kg. Generous cockpit size for extra comfort, big tail hatch and there is also plenty of space at the front. Comes with 5 rod holders. Come with hard side carry handle, easy for one person to lift on the car roof alone. deep channel running through the kayak bottom makes it going more straight. Transducer mount ready, Side Rails installed, easy to fit more accessories on. This is a perfect choice for bigger sized fisherman!
Made of high quality UV resistant polyethylene, ultra strong and durable.
- Framed Seat for ultimate comfort.
- Side Rails fitted, transducer mount ready.
- Recommended paddler weight 80Kg-120Kg, Max 150kg.
- Kayak max loading capacity: 200kg+
- Five fish rod holders
- Hard side carry handles & bottle holder.
- All Material on Kayak Stainless
- Kayak Net Weight: 29Kg
This Fishing Kayak Come with 5 Years RTB Warranty for kayak hull.
Brand New Fishing Kayak with 7 Days Money back guarantee if not satisfied – simply return the fishing kayak in as new condition for refund, no questions asked.
View this fishing kayak before buy: Wave Passion Outlet at: 225B Bush Road, Rosedale, Auckland
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Frequently Asked Questions and Answers
What are the main differences between the Titan and the EZ320?
Hi Nathan, Titan is 3.05 meters long and come with a front hatch with cover. The EZ320 is 3.2 meters long, it's also slightly wider and deeper, meaning more carry capacity and more stable if heavily loaded. Easiest way to choose would be based on paddle...
Can you connect a fish finder to EZ320 Kayak
Yes the EZ320 kayaks come with a transducer mount on the bottom, will be easy to put a fish finder on the kayak. Cheers!