Explorer 10

by  No Limits

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Picked one up from a buddy…

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 8/10/2020

Picked one up from a buddy of mine at the FD for $100. Best money I’ve ever spent, I have several other kayaks but this one quickly became my favorite 10 footer.


The weight limit for this…

Submitted by: KappinSpaulding on 6/18/2018

The weight limit for this yak is listed as 250lbs. I am 6' and 230 lbs. This boat fits me very well and it is quick. The tracking is very good. It does feel like it will roll easily but it doesn't; it can lean a lot before tipping. It could use more storage space and the dry compartment is too small for even a cell phone.


Have owned several canoes and…

Submitted by: rabbit on 12/2/2015
Have owned several canoes and currently a bass boat and a Wildy Tarpon 120. Wanted a sit inside for my girlfriend or when someone else wanted to go kayaking on river nearby. Found this on sale at Academy and actually happy I purchased it.

Tracks good, decent speed and very stable. Put a forward rod holder on and bungee a milk crate on top of rear access cover to put cooler in. I find myself taking it out a lot because it's so much easier to put in back of my small pickup. Kind of thin skinned though, so you would have to be careful; would not recommend dragging it around on concrete ramps etc.

Guess what I'm trying to say is good little starter fishing kayak for the buck.I'm 5'10 200 lbs and comfortable in it. Have a friend who is larger than me and he prefers it to my Tarpon when we go fishing! I put stadium cushions on seat but do on the Tarpon also. Have caught 15-20 lb striper bass out of this kayak no problem. It's more of a spend the day on slow rivers, lake coves rig but good budget buy for the person looking at doing just that and having something easy to carry the whole family could use.


The Explorer 10 kayak tracks…

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 4/23/2014
The Explorer 10 kayak tracks well in the water but has a few flaws:
the bottom is sloped in causing a lot of water to build up under the seat; the back is very small about 6 inches
Other than that it's a great kayak; is easy to carry for one person

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