Kayaks: Slayer Propel 13 by Native Watercraft - Image 2748

Slayer Propel 13

Native Watercraft
Suggested Retail
$2349 USD
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It’s not a bad gig, designing and building kayaks, hybrids and accessories that get people out in the natural world. As busy and crowded as the world seems, there are still tranquil places to explore, wildlife to encounter, moments to photograph, fish to stalk, catch and release. These places often exist in our own back yards. And there’s no better way to discover them than in a Native Watercraft. Most of the company has been knocking around water and the outdoors, as a passion and a career, the better part of our lives. There are decades of boat-building knowledge behind your Native Watercraft, and a passion for paddling’s history and its future.

Overview

Considered a game-changer in hands-free fishing, the Slayer Propel 13 is unmatched in its ability to maintain casting distance, pull away from structure or stop on a dime when trolling to relieve rod pressure. You'll also enjoy rock- solid stability when sight casting - even for the XXL angler.
Designed to easily customize/personalize, the Slayer Propel offers bow to stern rails that easily mount Scotty, Ram and Railblaza gear. Go as big as you want or keep it to a minimum; its your choice. The Slayer Propel 13's open storage compartment combines space and easy-access. The boat offers unsurpassed versatility: take it out on your local lake and fish for bass one day, then leave the drive system. With relaxed pedaling you can cover 4.2 miles per hour all day, and can push to 5.2 miles per hour when that thunderstorm rolls in. The low profile performs great in the wind, especially when under power and has easy-to-use left hand rudder control. The most versatile pedal-driven fishing kayak on the market, the Slayer Propel excels as well in pedal mode as paddled or poled in the skinny water.
MSRP
$2349 USD

Highlights

  • Propel Pedal Drive with Hands-Free Forward to Reverse
  • Made in the USA
  • Hand-Sewn Seating
  • Incredible Stability for Standing

It’s not a bad gig, designing and building kayaks, hybrids and accessories that get people out in the natural world. As busy and crowded as the world seems, there are still tranquil places to explore, wildlife to encounter, moments to photograph, fish to stalk, catch and release. These places often exist in our own back yards. And there’s no better way to discover them than in a Native Watercraft. Most of the company has been knocking around water and the outdoors, as a passion and a career, the better part of our lives. There are decades of boat-building knowledge behind your Native Watercraft, and a passion for paddling’s history and its future.

Features & Specifications

Overview
  • Model Year: 2019
  • Category: Kayaks
  • Kayak Type: Sit On Top, Fishing
  • Paddlesport: Kayaking
  • Number of Paddlers: Solo
  • Structure: Rigid or Hard
  • Propulsion: Paddle, Pedal
  • Best Used For: Fishing
  • Intended Waterway: Lakes, Ponds & Inshore
Specifications
  • Length: 13' 2" / 401 cm
  • Width: 33" / 83.8 cm
  • Weight: 89 lb / 40.4 kg
  • Capacity: 500 lb / 226.8 kg
Features
  • Primary Material: Rotomolded Plastic
Outfitting
  • Seat: Molded
  • Rigging: Accessory Rails, Rod Holder(s), Cup Holder, Carry Handles

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