Customized Inshore Kayak - $3,500 (Dauphin Island)

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boat type: kayak/canoe/SUP
propulsion type: power
condition: excellent
engine hours (total): 10
length overall (LOA): 13
make / manufacturer: Ascend
model name / number: 133X
year manufactured: 2020
Inshore Machine - customized 13 foot Ascend 133 Kayak rigged out especially for sight casting for redfish and inshore speck fishing. A 250 lb person can stand with ease on this kayak and not make a wake. I personally outfitted/designed it with the optimum ability to go into skinny water but still be unbelievably stable. I've landed 28" redfish while standing on the edge of the frame.

Kayak is fully loaded and the following is included:

55 lb thrust Minn Kota Riptide trolling motor with Co-Pilot
Garmin 7" GPS/Fishfinder with side scan transducer
Custom seat/casting platform with removable leaning rail
Yak power package including LED nav lights
Removable plywood decking with EVA foam (for more stability)
16" pontoon stabilizers with aluminum brackets/bracing (can be removed)
New trailer with winch added (makes launching/loading a breeze)
Gear tote with life jacket, anchor, fire extinguisher, rope, rod holders, etc.
Interstate deep cycle marine battery for trolling motor
Lithium ion battery for lights/GPS/YakPower items
Paddle and paddle holder

This is the result of multiple iterations of trying to outfit a kayak that would allow a fisherman to see fish without fear of being shaky or unstable. If you have fished in kayaks you understand that off balance shake...this does not have that.

I'm asking $3500 for it all - the kayak, trolling motor, trailer, and GPS alone are worth more than that. Start adding batteries, chargers, anchor sticks, paddles, lighting, etc. and a quick internet search will prove this is a very reasonable deal. I have a new dog that loves to fish with me so I'm getting a larger boat or I would never get rid of it. I also have 2 additional pontoons (35" each) that are available if you want even more buoyancy - with those added 2 people could fish from this thing easily. They are about $225 each but I'll include both with this for $300 extra. If you love fishing inshore and want the flexibility of small vessel fishing with the stability or larger boats, this will be the best experience you've had fishing from a kayak.

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