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Enforcer 120X Angler

  • 12' Length
  • 30" Width
  • 67 Weight (lbs)
  • $ 549.99 MSRP

Enforcer 120X Angler Description

The Pelican ENFORCER 120X is a self-bailing fishing kayak engineered for comfort, stability and speed. Built on a multi-chine flat bottom hull, the ENFORCER 120X is designed for safety on larger bodies of water and to handle any kind of fishing conditions. The Pelican ENFORCER 120X ANGLER is built to last for many kayak fishing expeditions and ready to aim for tight lines. It is the perfect all around fishing kayak at a great value.

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Enforcer 120X Angler Specifications

  • Seating Configuration: Solo
  • Weight: 67 lbs
  • Length: 12'
  • Width: 30"
  • Max Capacity: 350 lbs
  • Deck Height: 15"
  • Primary Material: Polyethylene Plastic
  • Material Description:

    Ram-X Premium - a multi-layer polyethylene with an advanced resin 

Enforcer 120X Angler Features

  • Structure: Rigid / Hard Shell
  • Cockpit Type: Sit on Top / Open Cockpit
  • Hull Shape: V-Bottom
  • Chine: Hard
  • Storage: Stern Tankwell, Day Hatch / Midship

Additional Attributes

  • Adjustable footrests
  • ERGOSTRONG removable folding seat
  • Quick Lock hatches
  • Bungee cords
  • Swivel rod holder
  • Flush mount rod holders
  • Ergonomic carrying handles

Recommended Usage

  • Activity Type: Fishing & Hunting, Kayak Fishing
  • Water Type: Flat/Sheltered Water, River/Creek (Up to Class II)
  • Duration: Day Trip
  • Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate
  • Ideal Paddler Size: Average Adult, Larger Adult

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Enforcer 120X Angler Reviews

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I have had this kayak for...

I have had this kayak for about 5 months and I am happy with my purchase. I had an older model Pelican that was essentially the same kayak, and I had it for more than 5 years, but this newer version has some key upgrades and improvements.

The new scupper holes are better placed, so the main area in front of the seat drains instead of pooling at your feet and in the seat like the old model. The new seat is better, sits up higher, and is more comfortable. It's more like a full boat seat and keeps your butt fairly dry-as long as the water isn't splashing all the the way over the top of the seat. The latches on the front hatch are better than the old buckle straps, which always grabbed fishing line and hooks, and eventually broke from wear. The hatch stays dry enough for my battery and bag of extras. 

The rear tank well is big enough for a milk crate and a 5-gal. bucket. This yak is not ideal for stand-up fishing; it can be done but it is not as stable as some higher end, higher priced models. It is plenty stable enough for lakes with waves or smaller creeks with rapids. I sit to fish and it is comfortable for me all day. It is light enough to portage and car top by myself; I usually just carry it to the water without a cart even. Whereas stand-up fishing platforms are usually much heavier and much more expensive. I knew this yak was a budget-friendly, recreation-level option, versus a top-of-the line tournament fishing boat; and in that regard I am perfectly satisfied with its performance, stability, and durability. My old Pelican has held up to years of frequent use and this one is made of the same RamX material and process, so I foresee it being as long lived. Don't be bothered by the haters online, dogging Pelican's 'cheap' plastic. Have you ever used one of those waterproof protective Pelican cases for gear like electronics? Same stuff on these kayaks, it holds up fine.