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Ocean Kayak Trident 13 Angler

Kayak is in great shape overall-has some surface scratches/wear on bottom from use, as well as some scratches on the center hatch from cutting bait, line, etc., but nothing beyond normal wear and tear (on a boat that's been taken care of). The seat is the original and has seen better days (the vertical fiberglass support rods are gone). I used an after-market seat when I was fishing it frequently, but sold that seat to a buddy last summer when I went back to school. I have used the original seat many times, but the new buyer may want to replace it if they anticipate numerous full-day fishing trips.

This model has tons of storage. I regularly take 5 rods (2 baitcasters, 2 light spinning rods, and a tarpon rod) with me, and often store all of my rods inside the kayak while traveling, in addition to my life jacket, small dry-storage box, extra paddle, and any other miscellaneous gear.

-Carlisle fiberglass paddle
-Stohlquist fishing life jacket (medium)
-Milk crate w/homemade rod holders
-front and rear scupper plugs
-Anchor trolley
-new cross-lock buckle/straps for front hatch
-Cannon rod holder
-homemade kayak cart (very nice)


$750 OBO
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