Agree about the WS Ride 115. I think most people would agree the Ride 115 is a very stable kayak to stand and fish from. The tankwell is a good size for an 11.5' kayak. Internal storage is good too. Due to its pontoon/tunnel hull design there's quite a bit of storage along the sides. I have the 135 and through the use of paracord I'm able to slide my tent and camp table down the sides of the kayak to the back. When I set up my campsite for the evening I just yank on the cord and pull out the tent.
The Diablo Amigo is a kayak/sup hybrid designed for river fishing/camping. It doesn't have as much internal storage, but a very stable platform. Could even look for a used Jackson Coosa or Coosa HD. Also, the Nucanoe Flint should be a great option too, though it's new and I haven't had an opportunity to paddle one yet.
Edited by Neumie (10/10/17 12:13 PM)
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