Fit for even the most advanced angler and paddler, the Wilderness Systems Tarpon 140 Angler kayak is well-rounded and sturdy, with a number of features that build on the success of the standard model.
Aggressively redesigned, this kayak can handle nearly any type of environment. Whether white water or smooth expanses, the Tarpoon 140 tracks well, provides state-of-the-art stability and advanced maneuverability. It’s almost like having the best of both worlds in the small and large kayak designs.
The speed is nothing to scoff at, either, making even the beginner love the rush of the water.
Tankwell w/ Bungee
Comfort Carry Handles
Large Oval Orbix Bow Hatch
Phase 3 SOT Seating System
8-inch Orbix Midship Hatch
Side Carry Handles with Paddle Holder
Tarpon Storage Pockets
Scotty Rod Holder
3.5 lb Anchor w/ Bag
Flush Mount Rod Holder
Keepers Footbrace System
Length: 14′ / 427 cm
Width: 28″ / 71 cm
Max Capacity: 375 lbs. / 170 kg
Deck Height: 14.5″ / 37 cm
Weight: 75 lbs. / 34 kg
Cockpit Length: 52″ / 132 cm
Cockpit Width: 20″ / 51 cm
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Wilderness Systems Tarpon 140 Angler Kayak Review, 3.8 out of 5 based on 5 ratings
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Written by Yuri Carson
Yuri Carson is a world-class canoe expert and adventurer. Today, Carson works as a professional guide. Among some of the most diverse locales in which he's guided canoers is Alaska, Brazil and Thailand. He lives in Grants Pass, Oregon.