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#12839594 - 07/23/18 10:31 PM Easy Loading... Means More Fishing!
fshng84 Offline
TFF Team Angler

Registered: 12/04/07
Posts: 3405
Demo video that shows why we like the Heritage Featherlite Kayak. Coming in at 38 pounds, it is easy to load and unload, portages readily, and can be lifted one-handed onto our shoulder for ease of launching. More important, it means the ease and convenience to load/unload equates to more fishing! Fun stuff! Easy Loading Heritage Featherlite Kayak, Means More Fishing!.

PS: For more on tips on buying a kayak for fishing and trolling using a kayak, see out articles at: Tips on Buying a Kayak for Fishing and Kayak Fishing: Tips for Trolling.

#12839778 - 07/24/18 07:32 AM Re: Easy Loading... Means More Fishing! [Re: fshng84]
Brad R Offline
Extreme Angler

Registered: 03/09/15
Posts: 1919
Loc: Texas
Very well done!

I'd only suggest cam straps. Faster, lighter, roll up into a tight little package that can be kept in the door storage pockets of a car or truck . . . and hold better for something light like your kayak.

You'd save 16 seconds. Ha!

Going out this way, minimalist, is so fun and I have done it many times, ensures that you'll actually use a kayak very often, not let it sit in the garage unused because of the time it takes to set it up, transport it, fish, then reverse the process and go home.

Another great fishing kayak for a set up like this would be the Eddyline Caribbean Angler series, either the 12' or 14' weighing 45 and 50 lbs. respectively.


#12840807 - 07/24/18 09:02 PM Re: Easy Loading... Means More Fishing! [Re: Brad R]
fshng84 Offline
TFF Team Angler

Registered: 12/04/07
Posts: 3405
Thanks Brad R! Like the cam straps suggestion. Minimal gear and quicker load/unload makes a difference in using a kayak!


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