The Catch 110 HDII

10' 6"
Width (in)
Weight (lb)

The Catch 110 HDII Description

The CATCH 110 HDII is made for the more advanced angler looking for a kayak packed with convenient and comfortable features for the ultimate fishing experience. By using the power of your legs, you’ll be able to go for long distances without getting tired. All of Pelican's boats have been thoughtfully designed with the most convenient and comfortable features to suit each paddler’s specific needs. The outdoors is now within your reach with the perfect boat waiting for you.

The Catch 110 HDII Specs and Features

  • Structure: Rigid / Hard Shell
  • Cockpit Type: Sit on Top / Open Cockpit
  • Seating Configuration: Solo
  • Ideal Paddler Size: Average Adult, Larger Adult
  • Skill Level: Intermediate, Advanced
  • Ideal Paddler Size: Average Adult, Larger Adult
  • Skill Level: Intermediate, Advanced

Additional Attributes

  • The HyDryve II pedal system makes maneuvering in shallow water or around aquatic plants, an absolute breeze
  • Tunnel Hull offers maximum stability giving you a secure and steady ride
  • Ergocast G2 Dual Position Seating System
  • Many pockets located on the chair provide more space to store your gear and fishing tools
  • Packed with the most convenient features and storage compartments
  • Two flush mount rod holders, an accessory eyelet, two 4 in. and two 8 in. rigging tracks
  • Additional flotation inside the hull of all of our sit-on-tops meets or surpasses ABYC Standards

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The Catch 110 HDII Reviews

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This kayak has excellent key…

Submitted by: paddler2194811 on 7/19/2022

This kayak has excellent key features that make it easily one of if not the best starter/beginners fishing/angler's kayak.

Lightweight (under 60lbs, no trailer necessary)

Comfy multipurpose removable seat

Quick and easy to use Rudder System

Pedal drive (has had some issues with the 1st generation model)

Accessory track mount availability

Adequate and practical scupper holes

Rod holders


I bought the Catch 110 with…

Submitted by: paddler1472463 on 6/10/2021

I bought the Catch 110 with the Hydryve 2 pedal system after selling my Hobie Pro Angler 12, which I found too heavy to cartop and eventually bought a trailer to transport. I wanted a kayak that could be carried on top of my Honda Ridgeline while we towed our travel trailer. The Catch 110 is relatively light but does flex a bit along the deck. I purchased new from REI and had to assemble the rudder system which took about 30 minutes. The Hydryve 2 is a beefed-up version of its predecessor and has held up nicely. It does not feel as crisp as the Mirage Drive on the Hobie but didn't expect that at this price point and can get the kayak up to about 5mph during some short bursts of faster pedaling. The steering system has a considerable amount of play even after playing with the steering cables. Trying to rig up a transducer requires an over-the-side system using either one from Scotty or Ram Mounts, then a place to store a small battery to power the fishfinder. Since the only supplied hatch is at the stern it was not useful for concealing wiring in the hull so all was exposed above the deck. Some have installed a 5 inch hatch near the bow for storage and possibly electronics. The kayak comes standard with four gear tracks, which appear screwed in from above so don't plan to run a downrigger off them. The stadium seat is farily comfortable, wish there was a high and low setting but the standard height works and is fairly stable for me being 165 pounds. The Ram-X material is very light and seems durable even though it scratches fair easy. Overall, for around the price I paid of $1,200 it is a good buy to get into a pedal kayak.


I spent 1460 on this kayak…

Submitted by: paddler864697 on 9/4/2020
I spent 1460 on this kayak and I would take it back if I could and get the catch pwr 100. Not very stable for a big guy

The drive had to be replaced…

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 8/26/2020
The drive had to be replaced after a couple hours of use. They did replace at no cost. Then two months later the rudder system has failed. Been waiting two weeks to this point to get parts. I suppose lesson learned with too good to be true price. Next time I'll just spend a bit more for a better oroven product.

My first kayak ever. I’m…

Submitted by: paddler755478 on 4/7/2020
My first kayak ever. I’m learning more about it as time goes. The pedal was very stiff and therefore it was an extra strain on my legs when I first took it out in the water. I later found out through a kayak group that this can be adjusted. The unit does not come with a user manual but a couple of sheets on how to assemble parts. Then of course I’m thinking I’m ready to go. Pulling the rudder up and down is a piece of work. I wished there was some type manual that provides tips on how to adjust to make it more user friendly. Other than these few things I mentioned, I really like it. Otherwise, I would have given it a 5 star. Pelican need to work on this. Please provide a manual. I kind of have to figure things out or learn from other people that figured things out before me.