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Wilderness Systems ATAK 120

If high-end fishing kayaks are your thing, the ATAK 120 model by Wilderness Systems is exactly what you need. It’s a monster that can carry 400 pounds, yet the compact design allows you to maneuver the boat both on and off the water while also offering you a stable foundation to fish from.

Starting with the rubber-ready design that has a rocker shape for efficient navigation and ending with a  Flex Pod removable console for the accommodation of electronics or motor drive propulsion, there’s nothing this kayak is short of. 

The construction of the boat features an AirPro MAX seat with a quick-release buckle for security and adjustable Keepers XL foot braces for additional support. 

Want to level up your fishing game a notch? Invest in the brand’s trailer-able cover and a kayak crate, both of which are designed to help you with transporting your catch and keeping the vessel as fresh-looking as possible. 

Our Overall Review

4.6

Things we like:

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    SlideTrax rails allow you to attach a variety of accessories
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    Large stern storage gives plenty of space where you can keep your fishing gear
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    Carry 400 pounds of gear and beverages

Things we don't like:

  • check-markOne of the heaviest fishing kayaks on the market

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Wilderness Systems ATAK 120

Specs & Features

  • Type: Sit-on-top
  • Person Capacity: 1
  • Material: Polyethylene
  • Weight Capacity: 400 lbs.
  • Weight: 86 lbs.
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Our Overall Review

4.6

Things we like:

  • check-mark
    SlideTrax rails allow you to attach a variety of accessories
  • check-mark
    Large stern storage gives plenty of space where you can keep your fishing gear
  • check-mark
    Carry 400 pounds of gear and beverages

Things we don't like:

  • check-markOne of the heaviest fishing kayaks on the market

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