The Pacific Angler Fishing Kayak Seat from Danuu / Seairsports is designed for the gear-tech fisherman. It provides attachment options for all of your fishing gear. The newly added easy-to-locate red color detail adds a touch of style. Two newly reinforced rod holders will keep your fishing rods secure while two water bottle holders (water bottles not included) with side pockets can hold your pliers, your walkie-talkie, your knive, your gaff and of course even your water bottle. A central zippered pocket in the back will stow your Plano boxes or other tackle. The 20 inch high seat back makes this seat the tallest available while the cushioned one inch closed cell gel foam seat pad with reflective silver lining will add to your kayak comfort. Forward and rear adjustable straps allow you to cinch this seat down into a firm position; adjust straps to get the angle and lean you want. What more do you need?
|Shipping Weight||5.5 lbs|
|Seat Back Height||20"|
|Seat Cushion Thickness||Nearly 2" (under 1" on earlier model)|
|Seat Cushion Color||Silver (Black on earlier model)|
|Seat Color||Black with Red Trim (no red trim on earlier model)|
|Normally Ships in 0 to 2 Business Days|
|Rod Holders||Newly reinforced for your Fishing Rod, Gaff, Billy Club or Net|
|Zippered Pocket||Securely store your Plano boxes, your fishing gear or your maps|
|Hidden D Ring||Keeps your keys handy|
|Bottle Holders||Two holders for water bottles (not included) or VHF Radio|
|Extra Webbing Loops||On Bottle Holders for your feature side pockets to handle your small gear such as pliers, bait knife, hook remover, file or extra tackle|
|Adjustable Straps||Forward and backward adjustable straps allow you to cinch your seat in place|
|Brass Clips||Durable and rugged brass attachment clips come standard|
|Cushioned Seat||Nearly 2 inches of closed cell comfort foam; reflective silver keeps seat cushion dry (earlier model uses open cell foam and thickness is under 1")|
|Triangle Lash Points||Now in Red! For connecting/securing your rod, leash or dry bag|
Posted by Timothy J. Billingsley <email@example.com> on Apr 29th 2016
I have been fishing out of my Ocean Kayak Prowler T13 for a few years now. The original seat was very quickly replaced by an expensive molded foam seat that shall remain nameless. At first this seat did the trick, but as time went by the foam back began to break down just a bit and support for my upper back suffered. I couldn't figure out what was going on, I just got a nagging and very painful ache in the upper region of my back, between my shoulder blades. I was about to give up Kayak fishing then after reading many board posts, decided to give the Pacific Angler a try. The seat was on sale from Comfy Kayak, not one of the usual online dealers I use but I decided to give the seat and the company a try. I ordered the seat on a Friday afternoon, and received the seat on the following Wednesday (not bad). Then I tried fitting the seat to my kayak. At first I didn't think the seat was going to work because it was so stiff, but this turned out to be a good thing. After completing the initial installation which required reversing the rear facing strap adjusters I could see that this seat was indeed a perfect fit for my kayak. As it was, it was over a week before I could try the seat out on the water. The first thing I was impressed with was the ease at which I could enter the kayak.The low forward facing straps make for quick and accurate placement of the rear end which helps when making surf launches. The seat cushion was very comfortable yet firm and molded itself to the kayak floor while maintaining a low center of gravity. Having a place to store things on the rear of my seat comes in handy and I found the integrated rod holders perfect for my VisiCarbon flag and light pole, keeping it in use yet out of the way while fly casting. But the real virtue of the Pacific Angler seat was the support in the back. That stiffness during the initial installation lead to perfect back support while out on the water. The first time out I fished from 9:30am to 2:00pm with absolutely no pain or discomfort. In fact, there were a couple of times I just kicked back and enjoyed a relaxing drift. Because the seat is so well reinforced I can no longer store it in the kayak's internal storage compartments (won't fit through the hatches without over forcing) but this is a small price to pay for being able to enjoy my entire day on the water. I highly recommend the Pacific Angler seat for those who want a high performance tool enabling many hours of continual comfort while spending hours on the water.
Posted by james <firstname.lastname@example.org> on Apr 29th 2016
Overall this is a well made seat. very comfortable on the butt and the back is high.The forward facing back straps are attached too low on the seat and I was unable to get the upright support I wanted..