Kajun Kayaks

John Flores

December 01, 2012 at 7:00 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Kajun Kayaks were specifically designed to allow anglers to sight fish.
John Flores
Kajun Kayaks were specifically designed to allow anglers to sight fish.
Just 65 pounds and stackable, Kajun Kayak’s 12-foot long, 34-inch-wide model is light enough for one person to handle and load into the bed of a pickup truck.

When it comes to wintertime fishing, the kayak draws very little water, is stable enough to stand up in to sight fish and has a high, comfortable seat that provides excellent visibility.

"The seat, some say, has a drawback in that you tend to get blown around in the wind," Coghlan said, "but we designed the craft for sight-fishing. The seat allows you to get a little bit higher where you can see better, plus is more comfortable.

"It also was designed to stand up in — so you can see redfish before you paddle right up on them."

For more information on Kajun Kayaks go to the company’s Web site at www.kckayaks.com.



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