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Review of a Wavewalk kayak. These stable kayaks are popular among fishermen.

First test for my motorized S4 in the back bays

Review of Wavewalk S4 motorized fishing kayak with 2.5 HP outboard, Maryland

By Lemuel (Lee) Houston

Maryland

I took it out this morning and I have to tell ya , I love this thing . Totally awesome . It handles very well and the Suzuki 2.5 hp four stroke is perfect for me to utilize when I’m exhausted from paddling . I think my son has decided to sell his [brand name SOT] kayak and is seriously considering a Wavewalk 🙂

Our Wavewalk S4

Review of Wavewalk S4 from Indiana

By Glenn Smith

Indiana

 

We had the S4 out on the water and used the paddles. We were well pleased with everything.

We could not use the outboard because of restrictions on that lake. We will go to a lake that allows outboards, It will be the first time with a motor, and we are looking forward to it.

These are pics of the boat on the trailer that I’m working on. I built a dolly that has 13 inch pneumatic tires – 2 in the back and a swivel in the front. We will try it too.

 

Wavewalk S4 and 3-wheel dolly on a trailer

 

 

 

Back from Florida vacation with a Wavewalk S4 on the roof rack

Wavewalk S4 kayak skiff attached on roof rack of pickup truck towing a mobile home

By David Peed

Georgia

Just purchased my S4 through David Hernandez of St Augustine paddle sports 2 weeks ago while on vacation at
St Joseph Peninsula State Park near Appalachicola…what a great guy and Wavewalk rep!!!

You’ll notice from my pics what looks like a Suzuki Burgman 650 motorcycle underneath the S4…actually that’s a super-secret hush-hush research project of mine for underwater power source for the S4😉

I’ll be ordering the Tohatsu 20” 6hp and a 9 pitch prop for it shortly…. also gonna experiment with a drop-in stand-up rowing rig a la Cajun jougs style

Will keep you posted!

The pics are of our traveling rig from our trip returning home.

First river trip in my S4

Review of Wavewalk S4, Montana

By Noah P.

Montana

I finally made it out for the maiden voyage. Floated about 5 miles with the river moving about 4.5 mph.
Once I got my body position in the boat figured out everything went really well.
The creeks are running hard from the snow melt and we had several inlets that I passed that created some rapids and back eddies. Lots of fun. I spent a lot of time standing with no issue.

The 5 hp Honda should be arriving this week and I’m excited to see how it does going up the river.

 

 

 

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