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Stingray Jr.

  • 9' 4" Length
  • 32.5" Width
  • 55 Weight (lbs)
  • $ 519 MSRP

Stingray Jr. Description

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The Eddy-Gear Stingray JR. is a light weight 55lb. kayak for fishing or for fun! The Stingray Jr. is perfect for creeks, rivers, lakes. 

PACKAGE INCLUDES 1pc Paddle 240CM, 1pc stadium seat, 1pc adjustable rod holder, 1pc paddle leash

Stingray Jr. Reviews

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Stingray Jr. Specifications

  • Seating Configuration: Solo
  • Weight: 55 lbs
  • Length: 9' 4"
  • Width: 32.5"
  • Max Capacity: 330 lbs
  • Primary Material: Polyethylene Plastic

Stingray Jr. Features

  • Structure: Rigid / Hard Shell
  • Cockpit Type: Sit on Top / Open Cockpit

Additional Attributes

  • Sealed Console hatch with cam locks for extra gear and tackle storage
  • Integrated Front cargo storage, Bow Hatch
  • 2 flush mount fishing rod holders
  • 4 carrying handles (bow, stern, port and starboard; molded in )
  • 2 Bungee paddle park for paddle storage
  • Stadium Seat

Recommended Usage

  • Activity Type: Recreation, Fishing & Hunting, Kayak Fishing
  • Water Type: Flat/Sheltered Water, River/Creek (Up to Class II)
  • Duration: Day Trip
  • Ideal Paddler Size: Smaller Adult/Child, Average Adult

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Stingray Jr. Reviews

Read reviews for the Stingray Jr. by Eddy Gear as submitted by your fellow paddlers. All of the reviews are created and written by paddlers like you, so be sure to submit your own review and be part of the community!

Love it

Took it out for the first time today. It's my first kayak and it was so easy to handle. Looking forward to more time out on the water.

This review was originally posted on eddy-gear.com and was re-posted with permission.

This kayak is the perfect length for me to maneuver in the bay and on the river

I'm a 50 year old woman getting back in shape and find new fun active fun things to do in nature. This kayak is the perfect length for me to maneuver in the bay and on the river, quick turning is key to missing the brush on the river! I am also able to carry the kayak by myself or we can carry both kayaks if my boyfriend is with me. Good amount of dry storage for a day trip too.

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When out on water was very comfortable and a good price so get you one and have some fun!

We are new to kayaking so did some research and found Eddy gear so after looking all day. My wife and I decided on the Eddy Jr. Kayaks I'm 6-2 and 59 years old was looking for a 10 foot boat with a weight rating for my size the Jr. Fit the bill with its 330 lbs. rating. took them out on the lake they were great. Handling was very good cut through the water very well was very easy to maneuver easy to load and unload about (40 lbs)seat was better than most we found I was concerned about fit and comfort but when out on water was very comfortable and a good price so get you one and have some fun

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If you are looking for a 9 foot kayak this is it can'tbeat the price. Awesome Purchase.

I purchased two of them for my wife and I we have been out a few times on them - real stable even when fishing. The storage is great and plenty of space for fish equipment. The paddles are light weight like the ad says. Comes with plugs built in I didn't get wet - water was cold. If you're looking for a 9 foot kayak this is it can't beat the price. Awesome Purchase.

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I like... the fact that it comes with everything you need to get right on the water.

The Stingray was about what I expected, a moderately priced, multi-purpose recreational kayak and a good choice for relatively larger paddlers. It's pretty stable and tracks well. I'm not the strongest man in the world, but at 47lbs I can carry it overhead and load it onto my car roof rack without problem. I've used it in light chop and around a lot of wake producing boats and wave runners. For the most part, it handled pretty well. As described, you can surf a little, fish a little or just cruise around. However, I find the seat a little hard on my lower back after a couple hours of paddling. I will probably look for a better seat with more lumbar support. So far the thing I like the most; is the storage, more than any other boat I looked at, also the fact that it comes with everything you need to get right on the water. I have no real complaints about the Stingray Jr. I'd recommend it.

This review was originally posted on eddy-gear.com and was re-posted with permission.