Blackfoot Angler 130 Description
For 2021, our popular Blackfoot series received a complete re-design for an even better angling experience. Named after the legendary Blackfoot River in Montana, the new Blackfoot 130 is an ideal solo angling kayak with plenty of space for gear or an extra seat if needed. Loaded with features and optimized to impress the most sophisticated anglers, the 130 features Duratex™ construction and high-pressure drop-stitch floor for durability and performance in a package that can go almost anywhere. If you spend every waking hour chasing fish, the possibilities are endless with the Blackfoot Angler 130.
Blackfoot Angler 130 Reviews
The most confortable, safe…
The most confortable, safe and easy to manoeuvre kayak I have ever ride.
I shopped extensively online…
I shopped extensively online for a hard-shell sit-on-top and an inflatable, and it made more sense for me to get the inflatable for transport and storage. I was able to obtain the Blackfoot 130 in March 2021. I have not been disappointed. I am 6'2" and 275. It is extremely stable and very comfortable. The speed is fine and it tracks very well after getting an aftermarket skeg. I have not fished with it yet, but have gone out a couple of times and paddled a few miles. I keep the seat in the high position, easy to get in and out, very easy to inflate and deflate. I did buy a battery powered pump, makes life simple. For the ease of transporting, and use, I would recommend this kayak.
This is a great kayak. I…
This is a great kayak. I would say it perform w/I 85'% of our other hard shell sit-on tops 13-15'. More stable, slower, great lawn chair seat. We also have a Fasttrack Sea Eagle ( have not had it out yet, 2 month back order, now high wind). Construction looks very similar, but slightly better on Auquaglide. The Aquaglide is about 5 lbs. lighter. I like the way the Blackfoot is designed better, got the Fasttrack for carrying the 50 lb. dog due to the "Gator Skin" coating on area around seat area. We got them to travel w/ 5 th. wheel. I do think the weight rating was w/o seat, paddle or bag.