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Titan Propel 13.5

  • 13' 6" Length
  • 41.5" Width
  • 154 Weight (lbs)
  • $ 3,099 MSRP

Titan Propel 13.5 Description

The Titan is a “First with Reverse” Propel Pedal driven bass fishing kayak extraordinaire. Large and in charge, the Titan offers 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 for a walk-around deck. The Titan also contains an interior foam layer which adds flotation for safety and increased stiffness for performance. In addition, the boat features two stern power pole mounts for dual anchoring to further increase stability. The Titan can be purchased with a custom motor mount that will accept trolling motors for a power-assisted ride.

Titan Propel 13.5 Reviews


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Titan Propel 13.5 Specifications

  • Seating Configuration: Solo
  • Weight: 154 lbs
  • Length: 13' 6"
  • Width: 41.5"
  • Max Capacity: 550 lbs
  • Deck Height: 14"
  • Primary Material: Polyethylene Plastic

Titan Propel 13.5 Features

  • Structure: Rigid / Hard Shell
  • Cockpit Type: Sit on Top / Open Cockpit
  • Propulsion: Pedal, Motor Mount
  • Rudder/Skeg: Rudder
  • Storage: Bow Hatch, Stern Hatch, Stern Tankwell

Additional Attributes

  • Propel pedal drive system
  • Dual Power-Pole Mounts
  • Full Length Seat Sliding Track
  • Horizontal Rod Storage
  • Rod Protection
  • Under-Seat Storage Tray
  • Bow Hatch w/ Hull Storage
  • Split-Paddle Storage
  • Hand-Sewn Seat
  • Massive Deck Storage Area
  • Floor Hatch
  • Anti-Slip Standing Pads
  • Groove Tracks Throughout
  • Staging Rod/Cup Holder
  • Intuitive Rudder System

Recommended Usage

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

Where to Buy the Titan Propel 13.5

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Native Watercraft
Titan Propel 13.5 Reviews

Read reviews for the Titan Propel 13.5 by Native Watercraft 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!

It's stability is great...

It's stability is great but for me right out of the gate I've and a terrible experience with this kayak.

Upon arrival of picking up my kayak Native didn't send my peddles. Seat only screws into the front position or the seat base. Rudder system broke the first day on vacation. Literally typing this out at the lake.

Beyond that don't try and call Native they won't answer their phone. (8286985778) just in case you can't find their number.

Good luck with yours, I want out!

One of the biggest things...

One of the biggest things that drew me to the Titan series was the stability and having the ability to go in reverse hands free. Being a bigger person, almost 300 lbs. and a tournament Bass fisherman who brings a ton of tackle and rods with me, i have not been on a more stable platform. Some kayaks i have been on have a poor initial stability which make them uncomfortable, wondering all the time if you are going to tip. However, the Titan 13.5 is remarkably stable, so much in fact that i often tie off to boat docks and step in and out of it like you would a much larger boat. Living near and Fishing Lake Erie and Lake St. Clair often, I feel comfortable standing in open water and or using it like a SUP, paddling around sight fishing. Being able to stand so easily makes fishing certain presentations like walking the dog with topwater lures and fishing jerk-baits a breeze. With the gear tracks throughout, rigging to your liking is also easy, as you have the ability to move things about until you get your system dialed in. All in all, if you like fishing, fish in kayak tournaments or want an ultimate one man paddle/pedal craft, this is the platform to have. I could not be happier with my Titan 13.5!!!

This kayak is a fishing...

This kayak is a fishing machine, tons of features packed into a large, stable platform. The boat is a little heavy to handle off of the water but nothing that can’t be managed with some Native Landing Gear. Once on the water, you forget how heavy it is. I’ve fished out of many different kayaks and you won’t find one more stable and comfortable than this. The turning radius on this boat is phenomenal for its size. I have been more than pleased with this kayak.

I've been fishing out of a...

I've been fishing out of a Titan 13.5 for there last year and a half or so. It's a great yak, super stable, plenty of deck space for the gear. The propel drive is durable and smooth and the instant reverse is a must have. Very intuitive to use. It's a little heavy on land but in the water it's nimble as anything else and to me the in the water experience is the most important thing.

Although a big kayak this...

Although a big kayak this is the most stable and capable fishing kayak on the market. Trade-offs, we are faced by them everywhere but for a tournament angler this kayak has it all. Stability, carrying capacity, integrated rod storage, instant and dependable reverse, configurable platform.

I fish a great deal and it...

I fish a great deal and it is the most stable boat out there. The only drawback is it is heavy.