Versatile Texas Angler Enjoys The Versatility of His W500 Kayak – Jesse Martinez, Texas

I have been enjoying the W and I am sending some pics of the kids enjoying it also. This is a video that I posted on Youtube so you can see, as you know, how versatile and agile the W is. Thanks, Jesse

I have been enjoying the W and I am sending some pics of the kids enjoying it also. This is a video that I posted on Youtube so you can see, as you know, how versatile and agile the W is.
Thanks,
Jesse

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Kids playing with their dad's fishing kayak, on the beach, Texas

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Texas kayak angler showing big fish he landed


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7 Comments

  1. Sungjin Kim

    It looks very funny and happy..
    In this pics, I think it’s the toy for the kids.

  2. W kayak

    Sungjin,
    Kayaks are toys, of course, which can explain why people sometime feel strongly about them 😀
    Yoav

  3. April

    I really enjoyed this review! 🙂
    Wavewalk has the best touring kayak out there, and I wonder why you hardly advertize this fact.

  4. Sheldon

    First time I see someone throwing a net from a kayak. It’s a good movie, and everybody in it looks like they’re having lots of fun… That girl is a great paddler!
    Sheldon

  5. Mike H

    This is the best time to paddle with kids, because once they grow up a little, they want to have a kayak for themselves, and paddle without adults, or any other passenger on board “their” yak.

  6. Rox

    Outstanding!!! 🙂

    This is one of the Greatest reviews, pictures and movie yet.

    Now if this doesn’t convince the nonbelievers, just how wonderful and stable these W500 kayaks are………..there is no hope for them. 🙂

    Congrats on Making The Best Choice in Buying a new yak. 🙂

    There are no other yaks that can do what the W500 can do, though they are trying.
    Some you can even stand in and fish………but people in those other models still can fall out, flip it, dump it, in conditions that the WaveWalk kayaks shines in.

    Here is a little review from my fishing site of a friend who bought a folding-outrigger kayak advertised as stand up model yak for his first trip. (No one listens to me??)

    “Just picked up a new F***** ***k 14. Couldn’t wait to get it out on the water so I took it up to Lilly.

    Fishing about 25 minutes and take a big hit on a frog. Fighting this big guy he makes a run under the Yak. Dah!!! Forgetting what I’m standing on I move to reel in the fish.

    Next thing I know me and the fish are looking at each other. The Auto Inflate Life Preserver activates and rockets me to the surface. ”

    Now that’s Very scary!
    And this was in 58 degree water, he would have drowned if he didn’t have his PDF on.
    It saved his life!

    Take care with your new found Love, the W500.
    The kids are going to want one of there own. 🙂

    Tight lines and Paddle safe all.
    Rox

  7. W kayak

    I agree. This review tells a great story in a few words.

    As for outrigger kayaks, some people still don’t realize that outriggers work to some extent only if you lean in their direction, and small outriggers that stretch to a short distance from the main hull may not work for you even if you’re lucky enough to lose your balance and have lean in their direction, which is mainly backwards in the case of the outrigger kayak model you mention …
    The other problem is that when you’re standing on a small craft such as a kayak, losing balance is not a matter if If, but When – It’s bound to happen, and when it does you’d better have a good Plan B for regaining your balance, or you’ll take a plunge (as would your tackle…). No kayak offer such a Plan B, except the W that features a tall saddle conveniently located between the anglers’ legs, so all they need to do is drop on that saddle to the Riding position, and get their balance back instantly, effortlessly, and naturally.

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