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3 waters kayaks big fish 105? #12625768
02/13/18 06:25 PM
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Looking into getting one, not sure how they are compared to the 120. If anyone has any experience with one let me know!

Re: 3 waters kayaks big fish 105? [Re: tglass729] #12628033
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Not offending, but never heard this brand/company before. hammer

Re: 3 waters kayaks big fish 105? [Re: tglass729] #12631320
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10 footer will have more tracking issues than the 12 but will shed some weight. Takes a bit to get it going because of its weight but holds a line pretty well and turns surprisingly well. Not a lot of glitz and glam but stable and fairly rigid. 3 Waters is owned by Feel Free who for years licensed out a mold to Cabelas to make one of their Advanced Angler kayaks. These are slightly modified and now branded under 3 Waters

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Thanks for your educating

Originally Posted By: PayneFish
10 footer will have more tracking issues than the 12 but will shed some weight. Takes a bit to get it going because of its weight but holds a line pretty well and turns surprisingly well. Not a lot of glitz and glam but stable and fairly rigid. 3 Waters is owned by Feel Free who for years licensed out a mold to Cabelas to make one of their Advanced Angler kayaks. These are slightly modified and now branded under 3 Waters

Re: 3 waters kayaks big fish 105? [Re: PayneFish] #12632017
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Originally Posted By: PayneFish
10 footer will have more tracking issues than the 12 but will shed some weight. Takes a bit to get it going because of its weight but holds a line pretty well and turns surprisingly well. Not a lot of glitz and glam but stable and fairly rigid. 3 Waters is owned by Feel Free who for years licensed out a mold to Cabelas to make one of their Advanced Angler kayaks. These are slightly modified and now branded under 3 Waters

Good info. Knew the Cabelas kayak was made in the same place as FeelFree (the front handle is the give away). Are FeelFree kayaks still molded in China or have they moved to production to Thailand?


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Re: 3 waters kayaks big fish 105? [Re: tglass729] #12636836
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Thanks for the replies. Went by Mariner Sails the other day and I guess the 105 isn't out yet. But the 120 looked really good. A lot of space and standing room, seat was pretty comfy as well. Looks like a good kayak for the price.

Re: 3 waters kayaks big fish 105? [Re: tglass729] #12636975
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Great design and price is right, so now if they could just do something about the weight.
Watched a video review on youtube and the guy in the video said it weighs.........Ready for this?...100 pounds!!!!! OMG

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Just one more cast!

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