Building on the main features of the Wilderness Systems Tarpon 120, the Angler version of this kayak is one of the most versatile of fishing vehicles around.
Doing this product review revealed to our team that this best-selling model succeeds where many other angling kayaks fail. While its size isn’t that immense, this SOT kayak makes up for it in performance. Tracking, stability and comfort are all at the forefront of this upgraded Tarpon 120.
In addition, there is considerable size for any sized angler and their extensive gear needs. If you are looking for a solid kayak that won’t break the bank, we can recommend this Wilderness Systems kayak.
Side Carry Handles with Paddle Holder
8-inch Orbix Midship Hatch
Keepers Footbrace System
Flush Mount Rod Holder
Phase 3 SOT Seating System
Comfort Carry Handles
Tankwell w/ Bungee
Scotty Rod Holder
Large Oval Orbix Bow Hatch
3.5 lb Anchor w/ Bag
Length: 12’3″ / 373 cm
Width: 30″ / 76 cm
Max Capacity: 350 lbs. / 159 kg
Deck Height: 13.75″ / 35 cm
Weight: 70 lbs. / 32 kg
Cockpit Length: 52″ / 132 cm
Cockpit Width: 20″ / 51 cm
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Written by James Stalker
James Stalker is a licensed kayak teacher and field guide with over 20 years of experience. James fell in love with adventure sports after facing a bout of cancer at a young age. He can be found traveling in some of the corners of the continent almost untouched by nearly anyone else. He lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado.