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Bass boat standup swivel seat for my W fishing kayak, by Paul Harrison

Thought I would share an idea I am working on. I became intrigued with having a “standup” pedestal/swivel seat similar to what I have used in bass boats. Some call these leaning posts or butt seats. You are in more of an upright posture for fishing, and for paddling in the case of a Wavewalk kayak.

1st prototype of bass-boat style standup swivel seat for W kayak

I developed a prototype of this idea as shown in the attached photos. I am testing different mounting locations and heights more than the perfect attachment/mounting scheme. This is pretty satisfactory as is with the center of the pedestal 7 inches behind midships and the height of the seat 24 inches above the hull bottom. This works well although I might shim and raise it a few inches when I finalize. Fore/aft balance seemed about right and I can still sit on the saddle in front of it if needed. The various parts are all from Ba$$ Pro except of course the saddle bracket. The fixed pedestal unit has a 7″ rise and a swivel is bolted to the top of it with the butt seat on top of that (need to attend to something at the stern or paddle out backwards? just spin around). There are all sorts of stainless adjustable pedestals and pedestal sockets but this turns into more than I wanted to spend!

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The attachment scheme doesn’t require any holes in the kayak and can be broken down to two major components with a couple of bolts and maybe wing nuts in the final form. It is very secure when installed which was an important goal for me. An advantage is that it doesn’t require altering my saddle bracket or permanently tying it up with this application. I could allow the seat to be moved forward and aft with some more holes in the board that is running down the saddle.

Most importantly I was very pleased with paddling and sitting in this position. Having the seat pedestal to brace against provides great leverage when paddling from this position. Also, it extends the time I can standup paddle due to less need to balance and make adjustments with my feet, which can get tiring after a while (granted, a long while). And the ability to sit and relax at this height while fishing or sightseeing is a big plus. Stability was very good at this seat height and with my 5’10” height. You can use the different sitting positions as you would use on the saddle alone, although feet forward is very comfortable. One would obviously want to stick with more calm waters with this setup but you can always “just sit” on the saddle if things get squirrelly.

I would be interested in ideas to improve this. An obvious choice would be mounting the seat base between two saddle brackets as some have done with lower seats. This might require some additional bracing or a couple bolts in the saddle due to this height (don’t want to hinge the whole assembly off the saddle if applying a lot of pressure). I like not having to permanently use the saddle bracket for this setup though. It just boxes the system in so that it won’t slide forward. It is available to me then for tandem paddling or heavy loads.

Safe paddling …

Paul


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Owner Review of Wavewalk Kayak, by Paul Harrison, Mississippi

Paul has already contributed to this blog an early review and trips reports with great pictures. He posted this new review on a local online kayak fishing forum because a covert competitor of Wavewalk was trashing the W500 there while making untrue statements in order to promote their own brand. Says Paul –“Makes me nuts when people post on something they have never seen …”

Wavewalk Owner Experience

Spotted a thread on the Wavewalk and thought I would toss out my experience with it.

I am a 2+ years owner of a model W500 Wavewalk kayak. I am 52 yrs old, about 5’10”, and unfortunately about 200lbs. I am of modest athletic ability. I love the water, paddling, fishing, and also powerboats. I live on a bayou off the Mississippi Sound so I get to paddle 2-3 times a week in the summer and 1-2 times a week in the winter. Not necessarily because it is cold in the winter but because the days are shorter. My kayak is scarred and scratched up but still going strong. I have paddled marsh, bays, swamps, creeks, rivers, lakes, ponds, ditches, and the open MS Sound here in my area.

Stability of the Wavewalk is amazing (and yes stability is important for people that value safety and security and have bills to pay). It is a true catamaran with two full length hulls, that you stand in or sit between, and a center seat or “saddle” about 6ft long (sort of like a jetski seat). My favorite paddling position is standing. I can standup paddle easily for up to about an hour. A favorite is paddling standing up in 2-3 ft waves/rollers just for fun. Get tired or too rough then just sit down. Needless to say, with this stability fishing is easy standing or sitting. Get really tired, make a pillow from a towel and stretch out for a nap (in the kayak). When paddling standing it also easier to sight fish and navigate our marsh grass here in MS. I only paddle sitting to increase speed or due to needing to change posture. No worries either with submerged stumps or logs that used to scare me in a canoe. Just straddle them or shift your weight around until you get over them. It’s like four wheel drive.

The seat/saddle is well above the water. I never wear swim clothes unless I want to swim. No wet feet and no wet butt. Launch without stepping in the water or mud. I can easily “seal launch” straight off the bank if the situation allows. The seat is very comfortable due to being able to change your position very easily. My limit on being on the water is how long do I want to paddle, not how does my back feel or am I tired of being wet. Four to six hours would be no problem with enough food and water. I also like being up out of the water due to presence of gators in areas I paddle. I want that extra distance and separation, and not having my elbows/hands so close to the water!

It is very easy to maneuver. Need to turn short? sit toward the back of the saddle so that the front tips of the hull are out of the water and it turns on a dime. Want to track? Sit toward the middle and it goes straight and cuts into wind or current without a separate rudder. In a tight spot? Turn your body on the saddle 180 degrees and paddle it out “backwards” (it doesn’t have a true stern or bow). It paddles very efficiently in my opinion with good carry/momentum from each stroke. I am not a racer mind you but I have also not had that “barge” feeling.

The kayak is super easy to rig, easy to carry, easy to transport. I can carry a lot more stuff than I need, and I usually do.

That’s enough … sorry for going on but it is the best recreation and exercise dollar I have spent in a long time. I don’t have anything negative to say about any other machine because I have not used them! Just know what has worked for me.

Paul Harrison, Mississippi

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Rigging my kayak for stand up fishing in bayous and bays, by Paul Harrison, Mississippi

I have found my W500 to be a source of great enjoyment whether fishing, exploring backwaters, lakes, and rivers, or paddling in the open Mississippi Sound or bays.

The attached photos detail how I have my kayak rigged at this time.
I have landed on simpler is better.
I used stiff aluminum wire to make the two paddle holders (no holes required).
I standup paddle with the extra long single blade paddle shown (it is a convertible that I can make two blade if desired) and usually also keep a two blade paddle in the holders if needed for covering water in a hurry (I guess sort of a “low gear” and “high gear”).
I can usually track fairly straight paddling with the single blade on one side using what I think is called a guide stroke. I get a lot less paddle drip in the cockpit that way too. The extra long single blade paddle also lets me get a lot of leverage and power on the paddle.
I made the inboard “accessory rack” from a pine shelving board with a triple coat of paint.
I currently have just the two adjustable rod holders attached but plan to put a cup holder on there and maybe mount a depth finder. It is pushed forward on top of the seat, and “jammed” under the decks, with a single stainless bolt with fender washers just to secure it. If I am casting I paddle with the rod holders to the stern (ie, at my back), if I troll I will switch around and put the rod holders forward and put a line out either side of the boat. The yellow anchor line is just in a storage position which keeps it out from under my feet.
I used the aluminum wire again and a couple of the spray skirt clips to make the anchor line storage arrangement shown. I will also put out a 5-gal bucket as a drift anchor on this line if I want to move along but very slowly. You may see the black dock line on the bow/starboard. It is coiled and attached to one of the pad eyes with a velcro strip. I find the dock line useful for a variety of situations.

Thank you for this truly innovative vessel! It is the best boating investment I have ever made and it sees more action than any other I’ve had. And isn’t that the point?

Paul
Ocean Springs, MS

Fishing kayak with DIY paddle holders, convertible stand-up paddle, and rod rack

DIY rod rack with two deck mounted rod holders


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First Impressions From W500 Fishing Kayak – Paul Harrison, Mississippi

I’m very satisfied so far.

First trip straight to the Gulf of Mexico beach near Biloxi, MS. Practiced in a protected cove for 30 minutes or so, no problems with launching, beaching, and seated paddling (of course I’ve read all the advice and observations of others). Very stable and secure and comfortable. Will need to practice tight radius turning. Then out past the rock jetty into 1 to 2 ft choppy waves. No problems there either, straight on or side on to the waves … with the wind and waves, or against, no big problems. On way back into the cove did a little standup paddling. Was successful but practice will be needed here too for secure fishing and paddling. Amazingly there were 100s of people at the beach but no other paddlers. Guess they didn’t want to get wet and cold (water still warming up). Not a problem for me.

Next took W500 about 4.5 hrs north of MS coast to a remote wildlife preserve lake filled with cypress trees and logs. Beautiful day. Launched across a pile of floating logs and limbs at the bank and slid right over them without wetting my feet. Did a little fishing with no luck due to muddy water conditions. Great paddling, will need to decide anchor scheme so I can stay on a promising spot with less trouble in wind or current. Can really see that the W500 is comfortable and fun to paddle, but it’s real strength is allowing the average person to do OTHER things on the water like fish, hunt, explore, wildlife & bird watching, camp, etc. It will be great for river and beach cleanup days that are held in our area, due to its mobility, stability, and payload. A lot of fun and scenic river float trips are in our area too that I look forward to.

Paddled the bayou behind my home for the first time today and was able to have a comfortable standup session of about 30 minutes with no problem. Nice to see what is going on out ahead, fish tailing, birds, etc. Great exercise too.

BTW, it’s not very cool but my first kayak paddle is two 5ft (cheap) wooden canoe paddles spliced together, overlapped about 1ft, with two hose clamps. I can adjust the length until I decide what length paddle I really need. Total cost about $6 (already had the two paddles).

thanks … Paul

fishing kayak at cypress grove, MississippiMy W500 fishing kayak at Cypress Grove


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Wavewalk® 500 Reviews

Wavewalk launched the 500 series in May of 2009.
Currently, there are over two hundred Wavewalk® 500 reviews listed on this page.
Per our company policy, each Wavewalk® 500 review features the full name and state of the person who contributed it, as well as pictures.
We consider anonymous reviews and ones posted under an alias as being not trustworthy.
A review can be useful under the conditions that its author paid for the kayak they review, that they actually use it, and that they fully disclose their identity as a regular client or a reseller.
We disapprove of reviews authored by anyone who’s paid to write kayak reviews, whether directly or indirectly (e.g. through advertising on their website).

A Wavewalk® 500 owner may have contributed more than one review – For example, an Initial Review written shortly after they have received their kayak, and a Comprehensive Review after having outfitted it for fishing and used it over months or years.
An owner of a Wavewalk® 500 may also review it as a Hunting Kayak, and write a separate review of their boat as a Kayak for Children, or a Fishing Kayak. In some cases, we will publish both reviews, and if we don’t, the reader can find more stories and reviews from that by searching their name, or by contacting us.

Typically, our dealers are Wavewalk fans, they use the kayaks they buy from us personally for paddling, fishing, hunting and motorizing, and they don’t resell other kayaks. All of the above qualifies them as reviewers.

List of Wavewalk® 500 Reviews

Review of the Wavewalk 500 for tandem kayakingW500 substitutes our beloved W700 that we lost in hurricane Irma Holiday and David, Summerland Key, Florida

Review of stable Wavewalk 500 for wildlife photographyWildlife photography from my Wavewalk 500     Hendrik Broekman, Massachusetts

Review of electric Wavewalk 500 fishing kayak with transportation wheelsFirst time paddling my Wavewalk 500 in Lake Margarita        Karen Briefer-Gose, California

Review of my electric Wavewalk 500 fishing kayakWavewalk 500 with electric motor on Lake Simcoe    Pyt Rotary, Ontario, Canada

Review of my electric Wavewalk 500 fishing kayak Catching smallmouth on the Allegheny river    Dave Wayman, Pennsylvania

Review of my electric Wavewalk 500 fishing kayak My Electric Wavewalk 500 fishing kayak    Chan Vannasing, North Carolina

Review of Wavewalk 500 with rowing oars, for trolling Wavewalk 500 with rowing oars, for trolling   Billy Boughner, South Carolina

electric-fishing-kayak-from-Alabama-56 My W500 DIY electric fishing kayak   Ricky Bruni, Alabama

fishing-kayak-review-from-Sweden-56 I love my Wavewalk 500   Kent Johnsen, Sweden

electric-fishing-kayak-review-from-Alabama-56 My electric Wavewalk 500 fishing kayak   Jeremy Childers, Alabama

electric-fishing-kayak-review-from-ontario-56 My all-water W500 electric fishing kayak   Pyt Rotary (Thrac), Ontario, Canada

fishing-kayak-review-from-ohio-56 Trout fishing in my Wavewalk 500   Sid Perry, Idaho

fishing-kayak-review-from-ohio-56 The W500: my current pros and cons   Brian Walti, Ohio

white-kayak-rigged-for-catfish-fishing-at-night-56 Cat-A-Yakking – the beginning   Capn’ Larry Jarboe, Maryland

kayak-rigged-for-fishing-idaho-56 Wavewalk kayak rigged for fishing   Sid Perry, Idaho

big snook caught SundaySunday snook   Kevin Wagner, Florida

fishing-kayak-attached-on-top-of-vehicle-FL-56My Wavewalk fishing Kayak   Steve Irwin, Florida

pamlico-river-kayaking-ncKayaking again at 76 with my Wavewalk   Charlie Manning, North Carolina

diy-fishing-rod-rack-for-4-rodsThings are going great with my W500   Mike Brown, Virginia

UK-kayak-fishing-trip-ScotlandFish we caught in the Sea of the Hebrides, Scotland   Charlie Piggott, Kent, England, United Kingdom

two-fishermen-in-tandem-kayak-nyMy Wavewalk 500 tandem fishing kayak (movie)   Sivanesan Rajan, New York

My son caught his first bass on our first tandem launchMe and my son fishing in our new W500 kayak    Gerald Gatchalian, Virginia

wavewalk-kayak-on-top-of-ATVOur Wavewalk kayak in Newfoundland, Canada   Daniel Vogel, Switzerland

30-inch-snook-in-the-kayak's-cockpitMy Wavewalk 500   Steve Lucas, Florida

largemouth bass caught in N MinnesotaMy W500 kayak one year later    Mike Moody, North Dakota

snakehead-fish-pierced-by-arrowBow fishing for snakehead on the Potomac   John Dillon, Maryland

July-4th-bass4th of July bass   Ricardo Moyano, Illinois

tony-paddling-standing-in-his-fishing-kayakStanding and paddling is just awesome   Tony Schiro, Pennsylvania

my-fishing-kayak-without-the-motor-onMy Wavewalk fishing kayak with a 2.5 Suzuki outboard motor   Robert Buck, New Brunswick, Canada

dave-standing-next-to-his-rigged-fishing-kayakOn the gulf many times fishing in heavy seas   David Miller (Crappie Dave), Florida

two-beached-fishing-kayaks-TexasOur multiple W kayak activities including fishing   Aaron and Lynn Söderberg, Texas

underwater-led-light-for-night-giggingTwo 24 inch redfish first trip out   Mike Poole, Louisiana

No Picture icon 56This kayak will open another dimension for me   Charlie Manning, North Carolina

dottie-ann-rigged-fishing-kayak-floridaAnd I love, love my boat…   Dottie Ann Pollock, Florida

5.5lbs-largemouth-bass-caught-in-tandem-fishing-kayak-ny-56.gifTandem kayak bassin with wifey   Clint Miller, Upstate New York

Myron-fishing-kayak-dealer-in-Long-Island-standing-in-his-kayakFirst time in our new fishing kayaks!   Myron McDaniel, Long Island, New York

uploading-wavewalk-fishing-kayak-on-car-rack-FLMy Wavewalk kayak   Judson Bibb, Florida

review-of-motorized-fishing-kayak-MarylandFirst motorized kayak fishing adventures and rigging projects   Kenny “One-Shot” Tracy, Maryland

Wavewalk-fishing-kayak-review-SF-Bay-CA.gifKayak crab fisherman reviews his W500   Edwin Warner, Oakland, California

ocean-fishing-kayak-review-from-New-ZealandWavewalk W500 trial, a dawnbreakers story   Jeff Holden, New Zealand Southern Island

review-of-kayak-for-underwater-scientific-testingW kayak used in underwater robotics tests   Darcy Paulin, British Columbia, Canada

stand_up_kayak_fising_in_the _marshes_around_Morehead_city_NCStuff I take with me on my kayak fishing trips   Steve Anderson, North Carolina

Review_of_fishing_kayak_Puget_Sound_WAFirst pink salmon in my Wavewalk kayak     Chris Henderson, Washington

review-fishing-kayak-outfitted-with-high-seat-and-motor-mount-MaineA kayak I feel I can safely fish out of    Linwood Crosby, Maine

Review of stable kayak for bird photographyPhotographing birds from my W fishing kayak    Harry Selsor, Florida

fishing kayak review MississippiOwner Review of Wavewalk Kayak   Paul Harrison, Mississippi

review of offshore stand up fly fishing kayakI don’t like it, I love it   Bill Davenport, Massachusetts

review of a kayak rigged for fishing, WisconsinHow I outfitted my W kayak for fishing, so far    Larry Durfey, Wisconsin

kayak_review_from_Vancouver_BC_CanadaReview of my new offshore W kayak    Darcy Paulin, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Review of kayak for bass fishing - central TexasReview of bass fishing kayak    Brad Campbell, Central Texas

Review of fishing kayak in Abaco island, BahamasWavewalk kayak in Abaco, Bahamas    Brad Barrett, Georgia

a fishing kayak with a passenger and dog on board - North DakotaFirst Wavewalk – Fishing Kayak Review    Mike Moody, North Dakota

fishing kayak review by family from Phoenix AZReview of Family Fishing Kayak    Avery Sellards, Phoenix, Arizona

Review of kayak for senior and grandchildrenW Kayak With a Crew of Four Passengers    Neville Badcock, Tasmania, Australia

review of stand up fishing kayak from MaineReview of Stand Up Kayak   Barry Greindl, Maine

review of stable kayak for bird watching and photographyReview of Bird Watching Kayak    Don MacAdam, Massachusetts

review of stable kayak outfitted for wildlife photography, IowaReview of W500 Kayak for Photography    Paul Ekman, Iowa

motorized fishing kayak review - AlabamaRigged and Motorized Fishing Kayak    Randy Lester, Alabama

review of stand-up tandem ergonomic fishing kayak, NYReview of Tandem Stand-Up Fishing Kayak    Clint Miller, New York

kayak review, Houston TexasFirst WaveWalk Paddle Trip  Lee Chastant, Texas

review of fishing kayak for ocean researchReview of Fishing Kayak Rigged for Ocean Research    Peter Traykovski, Massachusetts

stand up fishing kayak review, by big guy, South CaliforniaBig Guy’s Initial Review of Stand Up Fishing Kayak    Mike Hancock, Southern California

fishing kayak review from OklahomaFishing Kayak Review    Robin Gleason, Oklahoma

review of stand up fly fishing kayak, FloridaStand Up Fly Fishing Kayak   Ted Stevens, Florida

stand up fishing kayak review from TennesseeInitial Review of Stand Up Fishing Kayak     Jeremy Knight, Tennessee

No Picture icon 56W Kayak For Fishing and Bird Watching    Russell Dodd, Western Australia

Stand Up Fly Fishing Kayak Review     Glynn Gantenbein, Texas review of stand up fly fishing kayak, Texas

review of fishing kayak Arizona / Mexico

Initial Fishing Kayak Review From Mexico     John Castanha, Arizona and Mexico

initial fishing kayak review - stand up fishing kayakInitial Review of Stand Up Fishing Kayak     Jeff Taubes, Florida

kayak review, Victoria, AustraliaW500 Kayak Review     Steve Phillis, Victoria, Australia

Review fishing kayak, New ZealandMaiden Voyage Account, and DIY Wheels For Kayak    Ken From Katikati, New Zealand

fishing kayak review from Northern CaliforniaMy Fishing Kayak Story     George Brewster, Northern California

first review of motorized fishing kayak, CTFirst Time Out In My W502 Fishing Kayak     Russ Hicks, Connecticut

No Picture icon 56Bonding With My W Fishing Kayak – Initial Review     Gary Murray, New Mexico

Review of camouflage kayak for duck hunting, NYReview of Camouflaged Kayak for Hunting and Fishing     Kevin Coughlin, New York

fishing kayak review, New HampshireOffshore Fishing Kayak With Electric Motor and Wheel    Richard Dion, New Hampshire

Fishing kayak review, South CarolinaFishing Kayak Review, South Carolina    Terry Ehrlich, South Carolina

Wildlife photography kayak, AustraliaW500 Kayak With Transportation Wheel   Ofer Levy, Sydney, Australia

Review of fishing kayak by senior kayak fisherman with a back conditionFishing Kayak Review     Tony DeFusco, New Hampshire

Fishing kayak review from Northern CaliforniaFirst Impressions W Fishing Kayak Review    Sam Wire, Northern California

fishing kayak review - Virginia

Review of Stand Up Tandem Fishing Kayak    Tom Soska, Virginia

review of offshore stand up fishing kayak, ItalyReview of Offshore Stand Up Fishing Kayak    Danilo Russolillo, Rome, Italy

review of kayak for tandem paddling, Ontario, CanadaReview Of The W500 As A Tamdem Kayak    Boyd and Sandy Smith, Ontario, Canada

review of fishing kayak, OhioQuick Review of W500 Fishing Kayak    John King, Ohio

Initial review of fishing kayak, llinoisCatching Fish in Maiden Kayak – Review    Matt Green, Illinois

fishing kayak review and trip report, TexasFishing Kayak Review and Trip Report     Jerry and Valerie Hudgens, Texas

fishing kayak review, Ontario, CanadaW500 Fishing Kayak Review    Bruce Parks,Ontario, Canada

No Picture icon 56Kayak Review by Kayaker With Spinal Fusion    Laura Palestrini, Georgia

No Picture icon 56Initial Review of Kayak for Big Guys     Jim Addison, British Columbia, Canada

Review of fishing kayak / tandem - TexasBass Kayak Fishing in Tandem    Marshall Godfrey, Texas

TX angler landing big fish in his kayakTouring and Fishing Kayak Review     Jesse Martinez, Texas

Review of fishing kayak, offshore, New ZealandOffshore Fishing Kayak Review    Dennis Hodgetts, New Zealand

No Picture icon 56First W500 Fishing Kayak Review From Dubai, UAE    Richie Peel, Dubai, UAE

review of stand up fly fishig kayak, CTShort Review of Stand Up Fly Fishing Kayak   Jay Petersen, Connecticut

paddling with disabilitiesKayak review by disabled kayaker    Jos Nieuwenhuijsen, Netherlands (Holland)

small sailing catamaran kayakW500 Sailing Kayak    Rafael Francke, sailor

initial review of fishing kayak, Norway, ScandinaviaInitial W500 Kayak Review    Eric Overdijk, Norway

fishing kayak review from MississippiFirst Impressions From W500 Fishing Kayak    Paul Harrison, Mississippi

Rigged fishing kayak, TexasFishing Kayak Rigged With a Detachable Wheel    Ray Schwertner, Texas

Rigged fishing kayak review, South CarolinaAmphibious, Rigged Fishing Kayak    Stan Trojanowski, South Carolina

No Picture icon 56Review of the W500 as Tandem Kayak    Ann Hubbard, North Carolina

Review of stand up fly fishing kayak, FloridaStand Up Fly Fishing Kayak Review   Kevin Eastman, Florida

Review of stand up fishing kayak, ArizonaStand Up Fishing Kayak Review    Jose Fernandez, Arizona

Review of fishing kayak, Ontario, CanadaFishing Kayak Review    Pyt Rotary, Ontario, Canada

kayak anglers looking at beached fishing kayaksFly Fishing Kayak Review    Bob Smaldone, Maine

Mike in his stand up fishing kayakFishing Kayak Review by elderly paddler    Mike Ratigan, upstate New York

Bowfin caught in fishing kayak, MinnesotaFishing Kayak Review     W. Taylor, Minnesota

Fishing kayak rigged with seat for a dogFishing Kayak With Dog Seat     Kay Rankel, Wisconsin

Motorized fishing kayak with folding outriggersOutrigger Motorized Kayak    Brian Vickery, California

Fishing kayak in Huntigton Horbor, CaliforniaOffshore Fishing Kayak Review    Alfred Jay, California

Fishing kayak review - AlaskaFly Fishing Kayak Review     Carl Williams, Alaska

Rigged Stand Up Fishing kayakRigged Offshore W500 Fly Fishing Kayak    Craig Masterman, Massachusetts

Rigged fishing kayak, North CarolinaRigged W500 Fishing Kayak     Darrell Beam, North Carolina

Fishing kayak beached, South AustraliaOffshore Fishing Kayak Review     Shaun Wilkeson, South Australia

Fishing kayak rigged with rowing oars, PennsylvaniaFishing Kayak Rigged With Oars     Dave Baumbaugh, Pennsylvania

Ed with a 27 inch redfish caught at the fcka kayak fishing tournamentW500 Fishing Kayak Review    Ed Wheeler, Florida

Richard in his fishing kayak, Crystal river, FLElderly Fisherman’s Fishing Kayak Review    Dick Sherman, Florida

Ken fishing standing in his kayak, WashingtonOlder Fisherman’s Stand Up Fishing Kayak Review     Ken Short, Port Angeles, Washington

No Picture icon 56W500 Fishing Kayak Review    James Phillips, British Columbia, Canada

Standing up in fishing kayak, Seattle, WashingtonStand Up Fishing Kayak Review     John Hunter, Seattle, Washington

No Picture icon 56W500 Kayak Review    Claire Gignac, Ontario, Canada

Kayak fishing dog, WisconsinFishing Kayak Review By Disabled Angler   Sharon Bramm, Wisconsin

No Picture icon 56W500 Fishing Kayak Review    Francis Muldoon, Key West, Florida

Electric motor fishing kayak, New York
Electric W500 Fishing Kayak    John Zoltner,New York

W500 stand up fishing kayak review, FloridaFirst W500 Stand Up Fishing Kayak Review    Jeff McGovern, Florida

W500 fishing kayak review, West VirginiaElderly fisherman reviews his kayak    Tom George, West Virginia

Tiger camo fishing kayak review, WisconsinReview of W500 fishing kayak    John Fabina, Wisconsin

Texas fishing kayakMy fishing kayak review    Stephen Cano, Texas

Roger and his new kayak, MichiganReview of my fishing kayak    Roger Sacla, Michigan

Rod in his fishing kayak, ColoradoA kayaker’s review of his W500    Rod Ratzlaff, Colorado

Two fishing kayaks attached on a pickup truck bedRigged Fishing Kayak    Gary Rankel, Florida

Robert standing near his two fishing kayaks, TexasSenior fisherman’s review of his kayak    Robert Fisher, Texas

Jeremiah in his grandfather's kayakW500 Kayak Review    Mark Mayton, New York

Noel's son in his dad's fishing kayak, TexasMotorized fishing kayak review by dad and son    Noel Mascarenhas, Texas

Three fishing kayaks, Connecticut

Kayak review by angler with sciatica    Roxanne Davis, Connecticut

Rhode Island kayak fisherman standing up in fishing kayak

Kayak review by fisherman with back problems    Norm Craig, Rhode Island

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