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The market for lightweight budget kayaks has become highly competitive in recent years, but Native makes a strong case for having the top product with its Ultimate 12. This kayak is light on features, but delivers great performance where it counts—on the water. Thanks to its super-lightweight design and simple features, this might be one of the most portable kayaks available. The Ultimate 12 is priced at around $750 and is an excellent choice for young anglers, or seasoned veteran fishermen and women who are simply looking for an affordable kayak that gets them where they need to be.
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Stability
8
Speed
8
Tracking
8
Comfort
8
Features
7.5
Portability
10
PROS:
  • Comfortable seating
  • Canoe/kayak hybrid
  • Anchor Trolley
  • Good capacity
  • Super lightweight design
CONS:
  • No rod holders
  • Not transducer ready
  • No dry storage
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Built for the person who always seems to have a fishing rod in hand, the Old Town Vapor 12 Angler is a sit-inside fishing kayak designed with comfort in mind. It features a spacious cockpit and a host of different fishing-specific features to help you reel in your next catch while enjoying yourself on the water.
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$749.99
Stability
9
Speed
7
Tracking
8
Comfort
9
Features
9
Portability
7
PROS:
  • Large day well
  • Comfortable seat
  • Oversized cockpit
  • Rod holders
  • Molded paddle keeper
CONS:
  • No dry storage
  • A little heavy
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The StraitEdge Angler inflatable kayak has been designed with the needs of the kayak angler in mind. Its wide beam provides maximum stability while bringing in big catches.
$749.99
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One of the most comfortable and relaxed sit-on-top kayaks on the market, the Manta Ray has a quick draining hull and pronounced bow to allow you to crash through surf and small waves while remaining balanced and stable for long adventures.
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Stability
9
Speed
8
Tracking
8
Comfort
9
Features
8
Portability
7
PROS:
  • Very stable design.
  • Extremely comfortable and supportive.
  • Loads of storage space, perfect if you want to carry lots of kit.
CONS:
  • Very heavy.
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Vibe Yellowfin 120 is a well-rounded 12-foot fishing kayak that offers a good mix of stability, fishability, and speed. While not exactly packed with features, the Yellowfin 120 provides all you need for a fun day on the water, and it does that without breaking the bank.
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3 Waters Big Fish 105 is a smaller version of the Big Fish 120, but it packs in plenty of value for its compact size. This kayak features excellent stability, a highly-adjustable seat and can be fitted with a variety of accessories. It is a great option for the serious angler looking for a smaller ride.
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$799.00
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Stability
9
Speed
6
Tracking
7
Comfort
8
Features
9
Portability
9
PROS:
  • Excellent stability
  • Good storage options
  • Tracks well
  • Comfortable
  • Highly adjustable
CONS:
  • Slow
  • Does not come with rudder
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Stand up paddle boards have become quite popular in recent years. Crescent Kayaks has jumped out ahead of the competition with it’s SUP+ model. The SUP+ functions in some ways like a paddle board, but has many of the capabilities of a kayak, which makes it a fun ride for lakes, bays, rivers and just about anywhere else. Crescent hired some of the brightest minds in the kayak and paddle board industry when designing this vessel and it certainly shows.
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Stability
9
Speed
7
Tracking
7
Comfort
6
Features
4
Portability
8
PROS:
  • Superb tracking
  • Great stability
  • Comfortable seating
  • Spacious deck
  • Decent speed
CONS:
  • No dry storage
  • No side handles
  • Tough to make tight turns
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The Catch 120 has a compelling value proposition and is meant for those who are looking to become more serious with their kayak angling. It offers the stability and comfort you would expect from more expensive products and it is competitively priced considering the plethora of features it has.
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$799.99
Stability
9
Speed
7
Tracking
6
Comfort
9
Features
8
Portability
8
PROS:
  • Stable hull
  • Comfortable seat
  • Lightweight
CONS:
  • Does not track well
  • Slow
  • Drifts in wind
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The Native Manta Ray Angler 12 XT is built to perform as a budget-friendly kayak that still offers the high-performance that the brand has become known for. This kayak is a new adaptation to the thermoformed Native Manta Ray 12 LT, which was also billed as a kayak that offers plenty to like without the hefty price tag. The Manta Ray Angler is designed for optimal stability in a variety of potential conditions, including fishing in coastal areas with larger waves. This kayak certainly deserves a closer look from anglers looking to get in on some of the best features Native is known for producing without spending more than $1,000 to do so.
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Stability
8
Speed
7
Tracking
7
Comfort
8
Features
6
Portability
8
PROS:
  • Good overall agility and control
  • Great stability
  • Transducer ready
  • Dry storage
  • Adjustable seat
  • Lightweight design
CONS:
  • Lacks rod holder in front of seat
  • Limited space for electronics display
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