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Titan Propel 10.5

10' 9"
Width (in)

Titan Propel 10.5 Description

The Titan model has proven itself to be a bass fishing kayak extraordinaire. With the 10.5’ model, the Titan can more easily be transported in a truck bed while offering many of the same features as the 13.5’ model. All Titan models feature Plastifoam technology which adds flotation for safety and increased stiffness for performance. The Titan 10.5 offers unsurpassed stability making the platform optimal for sight casting with providing plenty of leverage to reel in the catch. This boat features easy-to-reach horizontal rod storage with rod tip protection and elevated First Class Seating designed for comfortable transitions between standing and sitting. In addition, the boat features easy mounting of a Power-Pole Micro Anchor system. The Titan 10.5 can be purchased with a transom-style motor mount that will accept many off-the-shelf trolling motors for a power-assisted ride making this one truly versatile kayak fishing platform.

Titan Propel 10.5 Reviews


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Titan Propel 10.5 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: Beginner, Intermediate
  • Ideal Paddler Size: Average Adult, Larger Adult
  • Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate

Additional Attributes

  • 7 carry handles
  • Power-pole/Micro anchor mounting area
  • 2 paddle holders
  • Dry hatch stern storage
  • 2 horizontal rod holders
  • Sliding seat system
  • 2 molded cup holders
  • Flush-mounted rod holder
  • Rudder System
  • Under seat storage tray
  • 2 anti-slip pads
  • 2 groove tracks
  • Bow hatch for storage
  • Propel pedal drive system

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Titan Propel 10.5 Reviews

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Great little 'Yak for…

Submitted by: paddler819809 on 7/10/2020
Great little 'Yak for stand-fishing, or going on a "long gaunt" on big lakes. Extremely Stable, but needed better steering (fixed now!), and Best for installing a Lowrance Triple-Shot Transducer on. Have mine for nearly 2 years, and very satisfied. Seat is more comfortable that nearly all the others. and can go fishing/exploring for up to 10 hours (that's "saying something", as I'm 6'4" @ over 200#, and in my mid 70's...!).

Have had this boat for just…

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 1/16/2019

Have had this boat for just about a year now and it has been an absolute pleasure to fish out of. The most noticeable things about this kayak are the stability and maneuverability. With the propel drive and responsive rudder steering you have complete control over the boat and can position and move in any way you need. The boat is extremely stable and standing in it is no problem at all. Overall, this is just a really well designed fishing kayak that is perfect for the recreational fisherman all the way to the serious kayak tournament angler.


Hands down the most stabile…

Submitted by: Marv-In on 1/15/2019

Hands down the most stabile and manuverable kayak that fits my needs. I bass fish in the CA Delta and being able to move my vessal and reverse on the dime helps alot. Its also so stable that I can do headstands on the chair. Literally! So pleased to have choosen this boat.


The titan 10.5 is an amazing…

Submitted by: paddler484718 on 1/14/2019

The titan 10.5 is an amazing kayak. I've had the slayer propel 10, slayer propel 13, and mariner. For bass fishing the titan 10 has been hands down by favorite. It has an great layout for storage and is extremely stable. It also fit perfectly in back of my truck without needing a bed extender. The new improved transducer location is great as well. The only drawback is the speed. It doesn't have a high top end speed but that's the sacrifice for storage and stability. The titan fills a big void in the kayak industry and it does it very well. I'd highly recommend at least trying it out before purchasing anything else!