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The Mirage Pro Angler is without question one of my favorite new fishing kayaks I've ever owned. It transports well and handles effortlessly in strong curvy rivers to open waters. With the new features, its has more to offer than other brands plus the staff was informative and helpful in showcasing the new features. It was clear they not only sell the best fishing kayaks but they use them to. Thanks again. Brian Bowman
Could use a little more space but overall it's great.
I´ve rented one of this on New Zeland! I was really cool!!! Very nice to ride it. And also you can notice the great job the engineers have done!!! Very worthy! Total recommendation!
The is the true pinnacle of sit-on-top, pedal driven kayaks! An absolute game changer when it comes to a fishing kayak. Stable, steerable, seaworthy, tons of storage, are just a few descriptors of this fishing machine. Is it expensive? Well, yes, as kayaks go, but it is built to last for as long as you'll want it, so in the long run it is worth every penny. The only downside is it is heavy (100+ pounds). I could not see ever owning anything but a PA 14!
I just want to express how amazing the Mirage Pro Angler 14 fishing kayak is. If you love Kayaking and fishing is your passion, then you have got to get yourself on of these models! It provides enough tackle compartments to give you exactly what you need in almost any fishing situation, and the elevated seat gives you an awesome bird’s-eye view to help with sight fishing. It’s an absolute beast to say the least! My advice fellow kayaker and fishing enthusiast, get yourself one of these and you will not be disappointed!
My husband bought this kayak and he loves it. The seat is comfortable and it is great for fishing.
I can peddle continuously for 5-6 hours and make 3-4 knots trolling speed without any difficulty. I've added rod holders, fish finder and CPVC trolling arms. I built a trailer for the yak because at 110 lbs it's a little tough for me to manhandle it on my own. I'm 66. This years plans include the Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico in Pensacola and Southern Fl. I have no problem being towed out to 15 miles and left for a few hours and then being towed back in. Best yak I've ever experienced.
I've trailered to other water twice using my canoe trailer - easy lift of 1/2 at a time right side up. On one of these occasions was in big waves and wind with a quartering sea. Not even a hint of a tendency to broach. I've outfitted it with a fish finder and ram rod holder. A headlamp with a red light setting makes night fishing a snap.
This really seems to be a unique concept well executed. Thanks Hobie. The mirage drive is brilliant.
This is a fisherman's dream. It's also very quick on the water. Thanks for reading. I am really enjoying the hybrid kayak in the salt water so understand that in fresh water... it would be that much easier to fish from.