The Titan is a Propel Pedal driven bass fishing kayak extraordinaire. The Titan Propel 12 and 13.5 offer unsurpassed stability and ample room and flexibility to move around. Optimal for sight casting with plenty of leverage to reel in the catch, this is a angler’s fantasy fulfilled. This boat features easy-to-reach horizontal rod storage with rod tip protection. Elevated First Class Seating is designed for comfortable transitions between standing and sitting, and it can be moved out of the way in the 13.5’ model for a walk-around deck. The Titan also contains Plastifoam technology which adds flotation for safety and increased stiffness for performance. Featuring easy mounting for Power-Pole Micro Anchor systems and offering a custom motor mount accessory (sold separately) that will accept trolling motors for a power-assisted ride, the Titan 12 and 13.5 are truly in a league of their own.
Read and submit reviews for the Titan Propel 12.
I've been paddling a Titan 12 for several months now. I've upgraded from Slayer 10 for extra stability and storage. The front hatch is huge and I can store so much stuff in there. The kayak is extremely stable, yet it's not slow as you would think. Honestly, it feels faster than my old Slayer 10 once you get it going. It also feels more manuevarable as well. This kayak is exactly what I wanted for tournament kayak fishing. Get the boonedox landing gear right away, too. Makes life a lot easier.
One of the most stable kayaks in the market. Not as slow as some would say, very comfortable for long days. Can load tons of gear, bring your kid along for a day. Highly recommend this kayak for anyone
They say you cant have it all, well, Native said you can! This kayak is awesome. Super stable, plenty of storage, and still enough speed to not be considered slow. I love my 12. Turns on a dime, plenty of room, and tracks to add what I need. Super happy in my titan.
I have owned half a dozen kayaks before my purchase of the Titan 12. All brands and kayaks have their short comings and area where they excel. In the Titan I can't find many if any. The speed is ok, in top out comfortably at 3.7 mph but can push to 4 without killing myself. Stability and storage is where this thing blows other brands out of the water. Kayak handles very well and quickly. I fish a larger lake with heavy boat traffic and rarely have to stop fishing to maintain control.