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Author Topic: Pelican The Catch 100  (Read 452 times)

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Pelican The Catch 100
« on: July 12, 2018, 01:25:35 PM »

Anyone have one of these kayaks?

I watched a review on youtube and it seems very stable/all around great kayak.

https://www.pelicansport.com/us_en/the-catch-100



I am looking at purchasing a kayak at the end of summer.  I like that this one is wider to stand, the seat is comfortable and has options.


Open to suggestions under $700
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Re: Pelican The Catch 100
« Reply #1 on: July 12, 2018, 11:53:26 PM »

I have watched some reviews on the pelican too, seems like a good kayak for the money. It would be nice to get some first hand knowledge on how good they hold up.
 I also seen good things on the vibe yellowfin 100 seems like a good value as well
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Re: Pelican The Catch 100
« Reply #2 on: July 13, 2018, 11:30:43 AM »

I have watched some reviews on the pelican too, seems like a good kayak for the money. It would be nice to get some first hand knowledge on how good they hold up.
 I also seen good things on the vibe yellowfin 100 seems like a good value as well

By what I have seen Pelican makes great products across the board.  I like the catch 100 for the width but the angler 100 I believe it is I like the front storage system.....So many choices lol.


I will have to look at the yellowfin!  Thanks
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Re: Pelican The Catch 100
« Reply #3 on: October 03, 2018, 04:21:12 PM »

Did ya get it? Only reason I passed on it was because of how easy it was to press the side of the hull in. I really, really wanted to fall in love with it and it does seem like a freaking NICE boat. I found a replacement Pelican seat on a shelf at Academy, set it on the floor and checked it out, and it was very sweet.
Watched a video where a fella just a few inches shorter and about twenty pounds lighter than me stood up and rocked it, easily kept his balance. Bet I could do the hokey pokey on it. Read a review where one guy said he tried to tip it to see how stable it is but ended up falling out instead.

Only negative reviews I've seen on it were related to perceived durability, where people felt it was flimsier than it probably really is (like me), and one guy who seemed to just be nitpicky as hell, probably never been satisfied with anything in his life.

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Re: Pelican The Catch 100
« Reply #4 on: October 04, 2018, 08:53:12 AM »

No I decided to not get a kayak.  I rarely get to fish on my own as I always have the misses with me.  We are looking into 14-16 foot john boats.
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