Kayak Fishing: WATCH THIS before BUYING a KAYAK !!!!

This video is about how to choose a kayak for kayak fishing and kayaking here on the Gulf coast of Florida. Choosing the right kayak can be a very stressful decision. I go through my thoughts on what you should look for when purchasing a kayak. I talk about inshore kayak fishing, kayaking in general and offshore big game kayaking. I personally have a Hobie Outback and Hobie Quest 13 which I use a lot. Do not be afraid to buy kayaks used or on sale at the end of the year. Just make a list of the kayaks you would like to have, get you money ready and wait. Kayaks do tend to hold their value well though. Please SUBSCRIBE and check out my other VLOGs as well. I am a life ADVENTURE VLOGGER. I do my best to post a video everyday. I make videos on what ever is going on at that time. Follow me on my daily video posts and adventures! One of My kayaks- http://amzn.to/2jve03H Greg Ammons channel- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrMdG4gVU4rmJsgmQayohsA Follow me on Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/YakMotley/ Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/yakmotley/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/JackMotleyLive Check out my website, gear and Apparel at : http://yakmotley.com DISCLAIMER: This video and description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. This helps support the channel and allows us to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for the support!

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This video is about how to choose a kayak for kayak fishing and kayaking here on the Gulf coast of Florida. Choosing the right kayak can be a very stressful decision. I go through my thoughts on what you should look for when purchasing a kayak. I talk about inshore kayak fishing, kayaking in general and offshore big game kayaking. I personally have a Hobie Outback and Hobie Quest 13 which I use a lot. Do not be afraid to buy kayaks used or on sale at the end of the year. Just make a list of the kayaks you would like to have, get you money ready and wait. Kayaks do tend to hold their value well though. Please SUBSCRIBE and check out my other VLOGs as well. I am a life ADVENTURE VLOGGER. I do my best to post a video everyday. I make videos on what ever is going on at that time. Follow me on my daily video posts and adventures! One of My kayaks- http://amzn.to/2jve03H Greg Ammons channel- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrMdG4gVU4rmJsgmQayohsA Follow me on Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/YakMotley/ Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/yakmotley/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/JackMotleyLive Check out my website, gear and Apparel at : http://yakmotley.com DISCLAIMER: This video and description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. This helps support the channel and allows us to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for the support!

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Christopher Barnes
Christopher Barnes - 4 years ago
Great info! Thanks for sharing!
Frank Buell
Frank Buell - 4 years ago
Thanks I need an alternative to cruising in a car and I've always wanted to try kayaking
NobodyWhatsoever
NobodyWhatsoever - 4 years ago
I thank you for this video! I've considered a kayak as a relatively inexpensive way to get on the water to do some lake fishing in my area.
Phillip Porter
Phillip Porter - 4 years ago
I use a frontier Nucanoe with troll motor .Any thoughts?
luman mo
luman mo - 4 years ago
Can you help me to chose one kayak? I am a girl 124 lb 4.7 feet. I want to buy a fishing kayak to go fishing in shore.Thank you for help.
Chris Chen
Chris Chen - 4 years ago
Question: how do you land you Phantom on the water : p
Alex Bishop
Alex Bishop - 4 years ago
leave it to clickbait to find its way into the kayak youtube category
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 4 years ago
So how is this click bait ?
Alan DeCorte
Alan DeCorte - 4 years ago
Great tips. Where did you get the anchor trolley? Thanks
Edge 150
Edge 150 - 4 years ago
Good stuff.

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Tom Boyd
Tom Boyd - 4 years ago
Thank you for sharing your knowledge and experiences. I am a new kayaker, and found this video of yours to be very helpful.
Thomas Gibson
Thomas Gibson - 4 years ago
If you have sit in and a spray skirt/and can roll its way more versatile than a sit on top
JamieSVB
JamieSVB - 4 years ago
Thank you, this is the most informative video I've watched. I'm doing a lot of research and it's tough to know where to begin. I was thinking about a 10ft kayak because I'm smaller and have a short bed pickup. I think you've changed my mind on that because I want stability and I could get into some big fish (muskie/pike).
I will be fishing the great lakes (Mostly St. Clair) and small rivers and canals. Any advice for a 5 foot 3 girl? I'm in shape/weightlifter but would still like to keep it light.
Again, thanks!
Jim McCarthy
Jim McCarthy - 4 years ago
I've owned the Prowler 13 & Prowler 15, the Prowler 13 Trident, WS Tarpon 14 and 16', and Necky Vector 13 and my all time favorite for build quality, design, speed (it's fast), and stability is the Malibu X-13...buy far. With it's 13'10" hull it has a long waterline and slices through the water with excellent glide and tracking with no hull slap (hello Tarpon). Btw, I'm 6-2/220 and it handles my weight with ease and rated to 450lbs.
Lori Springer
Lori Springer - 4 years ago
Only took me 6 mins. into this video to tell this person doesn't know his ass from a hole in the ground. first off, why in the world would anyone drag their kayak to the water without putting all their gear in it first? and why would you need to take your kayak cart back to your car? most carts no days come apart and store in your hatch. he's pushing Hobie that's all.
Marco Beltran
Marco Beltran - 4 years ago
where about if you over weight can you use a normal kayak or they are different kayak bcos you say only shape people where about no shape person lol
camp&fish
camp&fish - 4 years ago
Thanks
camp&fish
camp&fish - 4 years ago
Thanks for the reply , would the prowler 13 also be better than the thresher 140
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 4 years ago
It’s just a great all around yak. A lot of my friends have the prowler 13 . I like them ! Light and fast . I don’t know much about the Thresher .
camp&fish
camp&fish - 4 years ago
I'm torn between the prowler 13 or Ws tarpon 120 for sea fishing do you think the prowler would be better then ?
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 4 years ago
prowler 13
Rosen Materials
Rosen Materials - 4 years ago
Glad to see you're a Gator fan. Go Gators!!!!!!

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spatchimusPRIME
spatchimusPRIME - 4 years ago
Was lookin for big guy kayak info thank you Greg! Motley always amazing ill stay subscribed
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 4 years ago
Glad I could help.
Kathy Sperber
Kathy Sperber - 4 years ago
Thanks for the straight scoop, I really appreciate it!!
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 4 years ago
Welcome ! Just trying to help!
Chevyman69
Chevyman69 - 4 years ago
Just found your site love it native here in Pensacola been here 46 years I always see you guys paddling across the bay and out in the Gulf and said to myself I'd like to do that thanks for all the information looks like me and my son who is 18 and 260 lb has an idea of what we need to get thanks for all the advice keep up the videos and stay safe
Jeff Morgan
Jeff Morgan - 4 years ago
I'm not looking for a kayak but you dudes were fun to listen to. Lot of experience between you two, cool...
Steven Heath
Steven Heath - 4 years ago
Academy doesnt sell sun dolphin , walmart does lol
jairus audwin
jairus audwin - 4 years ago
Great video. now i am going to get one
RedTheRabbit
RedTheRabbit - 4 years ago
"'murica! Because that is a scary situation." is the best line! Great info too. :)
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 4 years ago
Thanks !
Weird Science
Weird Science - 4 years ago
Kyaks are for lakes, OR people with a death wish like you, Moron.
Chris Tate
Chris Tate - 4 years ago
Weird Science - too bad your mother didn't swallow you. Who says kayaks are for "lakes", fucking Webster, maybe Britannica?? StFD
Mario Avila Perez
Mario Avila Perez - 4 years ago
What's the black and grey rod on 14:31 ? The one in the middle?
Zhijia Zhang
Zhijia Zhang - 4 years ago
Hey Yak, with the topic of new/used kayaks, i've been looking on craigslist for over a year now, and the people in my area are really stingy. EX: i wanted to get a moken 12.5. They go new for about 800 and people in my area wants around 700 for them used. might as well go with a new one?

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mindy burton
mindy burton - 4 years ago
can i suggest do not drink too much coffee
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 4 years ago
Its the life blood of champions lol!
Zebgoraja Holyhell
Zebgoraja Holyhell - 4 years ago
Surprised he didn't mention a klepper
AgainWithTheClowns
AgainWithTheClowns - 4 years ago
I don't often comment on videos, but I wanted to drop a line to say thank you for this wonderful video. To a new guy, trying to evaluate features and figure out where to get started, it's pretty clear that the critics are outmatched by the marketers. It's HARD to find out which features are important and why. Your video was well prepared and presented and answered a ton of questions that I didn't even realize I had. Thanks so much!
Rad Reeling Fishing
Rad Reeling Fishing - 4 years ago
Excellent video man! I am on the fence about getting one. I live in an apartment, upstairs and have a two door car...ugh.
Brennan Thompson
Brennan Thompson - 4 years ago
your the man
James Creese
James Creese - 4 years ago
That's a big cup
mark Roper
mark Roper - 4 years ago
Nice video!
PCJ PCJ
PCJ PCJ - 4 years ago
Is my kayak I fish with works great
PCJ PCJ
PCJ PCJ - 4 years ago
Perception 12 sport pescador
Brad Imo
Brad Imo - 4 years ago
Liquid Logic Deuce Coupe. Most versatile paddle kayak. Not marketed as a fishing kayak. But it's more than accommodating for all types of fishing. I've caught kings, dolphin fish,  blackfin tuna around gulf coast in it. Paddled it miles out to oil rigs jigging. I've run it down the Hiwasee river in tandem mode. I've been in shallow creeks catching smallmouth. I can stand up in it. Although not fish standing up, point is it's stable. It's got premium seats that are  removable and configurable for solo or tandem positions, a retractable skeg. 500lb capacity and it only weighs about 70 lbs. I'm able to slide it up on top of my 4 runner solo.  Under $1000 Check it!
Frank Aylward Jr
Frank Aylward Jr - 4 years ago
I see you keep the fish, I catch and release and I’m sure many others do as well. I am very curious to see how you cook and prepare the fish. I want to make it known that I have nothing against keeping a legal catch. I am interested to see a “from the ocean-to my family’s plate!
Fish Finder
Fish Finder - 4 years ago
Motley... nice job as always. I think I can help everyone on the "storage" portion of your video. This is a storage cart that I made a few years ago and then posted pics online. Finally made a video of it. This is the original https://youtu.be/sE5DCLiOSso
Mike McCrane
Mike McCrane - 4 years ago
P.S. I weigh 180 pounds.
Mike McCrane
Mike McCrane - 4 years ago
I live in the N.Va area near DC. Close to the Potomac River so all my fishing will be fresh water here on the river and local ponds and small rivers. Thinking 12 feet or so max. Small and Large Mouth bass mostly . Some catfish and crappie as well . Sit on top kayak is what I'm looking for and you seem to recommend the same. Needs to be a fishing kayak obviously. If I don't want to paddle and use one that has feet paddles like yours, what would you recommend so I can focus on just fishing and not having to paddle? How about a small electric motor? Is that doable or just overkill?
Aaron P
Aaron P - 4 years ago
What are your thoughts one the Hobie PA17? Can you go too big?
ruckuss12000 ruckuss
ruckuss12000 ruckuss - 4 years ago
have you ever been bumped or harassed by sharks do you feel that they present a danger
Ted
Ted - 4 years ago
Go gators
andy pincince
andy pincince - 4 years ago
Get a real boat, for God sake!
Bluegrass Penang Happy88
Bluegrass Penang Happy88 - 4 years ago
Hi Yak I am buying 2.7m kayak with 40lb motor cruising on the river and lake is it save to go to bay ocean? I need your advise Thanks.
Isaac Sanchez
Isaac Sanchez - 4 years ago
What do you think about the Cobra Fish and dive?

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Ph9nix7 Rize
Ph9nix7 Rize - 4 years ago
Man, I live in The Cove, PC, FL. I live on the water here and l too read voraciously and consulted every site possible. Kayaking is a major part of this disabled vet's life. Being on the water in my yak is THE best therapy I have...well just about. Now the moral of my story is this, I found myself sitting up and really laughing and into this video. Plus spot on advice. Coulda saved money. Used from now on baby! Peace!
Ph9nix7 Rize
Ph9nix7 Rize - 4 years ago
Man, I live in The Cove, PC, FL. I live on the water here and l too read voraciously and consulted every site possible. Kayaking is a major part of this disabled vet's life. Being on the water in my yak is THE best therapy I have...well just about. Now the moral of my story is this, I found myself sitting up and really laughing and into this video. Plus spot on advice. Coulda saved money. Used from now on baby! Peace!
Ph9nix7 Rize
Ph9nix7 Rize - 4 years ago
Man, I live in The Cove, PC, FL. I live on the water here and l too read voraciously and consulted every site possible. Kayaking is a major part of this disabled vet's life. Being on the water in my yak is THE best therapy I have...well just about. Now the moral of my story is this, I found myself sitting up and really laughing and into this video. Plus spot on advice. Coulda saved money. Used from now on baby! Peace!
Ph9nix7 Rize
Ph9nix7 Rize - 4 years ago
Man, I live in The Cove, PC, FL. I live on the water here and l too read voraciously and consulted every site possible. Kayaking is a major part of this disabled vet's life. Being on the water in my yak is THE best therapy I have...well just about. Now the moral of my story is this, I found myself sitting up and really laughing and into this video. Plus spot on advice. Coulda saved money. Used from now on baby! Peace
Abunai One
Abunai One - 4 years ago
...and then when you get to my age (old) where do you place the porta pottie? Believe me, I've forgotten fishing tackle, lunch, drinks and other things on my boat but I've never forgotten my porta pottie. Yes, I've had a kayak and a canoe before.
Sean Lahm
Sean Lahm - 4 years ago
Thanks for the info. Much appreciated . Hopefully i make the right choice. Feeling better about it , at least.
Joshua Matos
Joshua Matos - 4 years ago
Like and subscribed appreciate the honest advice!
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 4 years ago
thanks !
rick turner
rick turner - 4 years ago
what about a 325lb man, any thoughts, took out a rental, rated at 325 not bad but it filled and dumped me
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 4 years ago
Check out a Big Tuna!
Rick Vega
Rick Vega - 4 years ago
what are you thoughts on the Hobie inflatable 14i
STEVE
STEVE - 4 years ago
I think your videos are awesome, really good practical info. And, I think it's cool you're a vet. Thanks for your service. But why broadcast your old rank? I think your logo is cool the way it is, find your own way!
MrDiablo5222
MrDiablo5222 - 4 years ago
I live in Niceville and besides craigslist, where could I get a used kayak?
damian bartlett
damian bartlett - 4 years ago
So I wasn't even watching this video, it autoplayed after something else I was watching, but I have been kayak shopping/researching for months. Was by far the single most helpful thing I've found so far -subscribed! Thank you!
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 4 years ago
Thanks!
J M
J M - 4 years ago
Who would thumbs down this video? Great work fellas
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 4 years ago
No idea lol! Thanks!
Patrick Cronin
Patrick Cronin - 5 years ago
I live in pcola too
Zachary Friend
Zachary Friend - 5 years ago
Go Gators!!!!
Carl Rice
Carl Rice - 4 years ago
Zachary Friend go Noles
Bayou Beardies
Bayou Beardies - 5 years ago
How much does your buddy weigh? I'm 228 pounds going with a 70 lbs Kraken 13.5
Bayou Beardies
Bayou Beardies - 5 years ago
Going with a Jackson Kraken 13.5 (used) my first Yak? Mainly going to be hitting Bayous, and Creeks around Louisiana.. Good or Not ?
Jayne Cobb
Jayne Cobb - 5 years ago
Hey... about to spend some of my bonus on a my first kayak, was really informative.
bud garozzo
bud garozzo - 5 years ago
You don't need a trailer for a hobie pro angler a pickup works just fine , although I wouldn't bother trying to put a pro angler on a car
norse7god
norse7god - 5 years ago
Great info guys.
Sasha & Shane's Adventures
Sasha & Shane's Adventures - 5 years ago
Dont buy a kayak! Buy a pontoon boat!
Benjamin Fink
Benjamin Fink - 5 years ago
Thanks for sharing!
Boredaf
Boredaf - 5 years ago
Roll mother fucking tide
Max Stevens
Max Stevens - 5 years ago
why are you leaveing out the opiton of at least one ama?
Old Chicago
Old Chicago - 5 years ago
I'm 250 lbs and 6' tall, what is your opinion on a Old Town Predator PDL for my size, I'm also 51 with health issues.
teton tom
teton tom - 5 years ago
Eddyline C135?
avideo4u
avideo4u - 5 years ago
"Drink more coffee - feel better"... my advice - don't buy a fishing kayak, it's marketing.... just take a basic kayak and install some pole holders and get a milk crate..... will save you $.
Woofdeath13
Woofdeath13 - 5 years ago
I also live on the Gulf Coast. I'm wondering what Kayak would be good for inshore an coastal fishing. I'm close to you in size. I think a pedal kayak would be better for me personally with my fitness level. They would need to fit on a Rav 4 with a roof rack, or worst case scenario a Camry. Do you have any personal recommendations?
jny78
jny78 - 5 years ago
Feelfree Moken 12.5
modsquad67
modsquad67 - 5 years ago
I have two Perception Strykers yaks. One for me and one for my son. I'm 6'-2" weighing in at 325 and my son is 6'-4"" coming in at 285. We are big guys. We love our Strykers. Yeah we get a good work out paddling them and they don't track worth a shit. But for guys like us they work great. We've only fished in lakes so far. We are planning on taking them to Hilton Head this fall and fishing some of the creeks. Hey weigh 65 lbs. each. We transport them on top of my wife's mini van that has folding J-racks that I bought off amazon. It does take two people to get them on and off. I have ordered new handles for them. The molded ones that are on the yaks are not in the center of balance point. I hoping that when I install the new handles I will be able to load and unload them by myself. Great video. We really enjoy watching them thanks.
Lexer M Vázquez Haidar
Lexer M Vázquez Haidar - 5 years ago
Hello my friend... men u are one of the best persons doing this kind of videos ...congrats ... now I have a question for you ..I wanna buy a kayak it would be my first one .. I live in Florida (miami) so I hace access to the keys ..I believe I want it for shallow salt waters ...I don't know what branch or kind I have to buy please help me to find something .. my priority is the stability...thanks and I hope you write me back soon
2HowlingWolves
2HowlingWolves - 5 years ago
Hey man, I just bought a 15ft ocean kayak prowler. I'm in Pensacola, would love to get up with you guys. Maybe send me a private message?
Jon Fedorkowicz
Jon Fedorkowicz - 5 years ago
I'm 6'3" and avg about 250lb, I love my my Native Slayer 13 Propel. Yes, I advise to buy used as well, I saved big money on my Slayer!
Ray Fox
Ray Fox - 5 years ago
Watch this before buying a kayak? It's a kayak not a house...
Quijybo Janklebits
Quijybo Janklebits - 5 years ago
I'm 5'8 150 lbs and solid muscle. I'm an exgymnast and currently coach gymnastics. I use a 10ft sit in pelican maverick 100x yak for the bays in long island ny. I'm making pontoons, sail and rudder.
goofythumb
goofythumb - 5 years ago
You're the man.
Tom Cupido
Tom Cupido - 5 years ago
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Rush Voorhis Outdoors
Rush Voorhis Outdoors - 5 years ago
Hey man, just found your channel! threw you a like and a sub. Feel free to check out my channel!
Koot 1971
Koot 1971 - 5 years ago
How bout the Vibe it has a Weight limit of 550lbs. I'm a Big guy too.
MrTatts64
MrTatts64 - 5 years ago
I'd advise against the PA14 if you have any spinal issues. I bought one with the money my father left me in his will. Was the "biggest and best I could afford" for the tasks at hand. Anyway, I use the thing only a fraction of that which I dreamed of doing because its so damned heavy. Such a struggle to get on and off my car (Citroen cactus). After this is the soft sand beach that I have to launch from. Its very steep and even going downhill, it bent up three different trolleys (C tug proved useless as it wouldn't fit the hull properly and slid around) before I went to a metal work shop and had one made from heavy steel (galv) tubing and wide wheels. Yep, this has held up nicely, but it weighs a proverbial "ton".
All in all, I would happily do a straight swap for an Outback or similar. In fact, I can see me getting rid of the PA14 and buying something much lighter (and cheaper!) which may not look the part, so much, but proves a hell of a lot more useable.
Edit: Forgot to mention what a dog this thing is to paddle as opposed to pedal thru the water.
Jason L. Petersen
Jason L. Petersen - 5 years ago
Do you live in Pensacola? Just curious because I'm a kayaker and I live in pcola.
Arachnid Facts
Arachnid Facts - 5 years ago
Ya right the used one over here are like 400 that I wanted looked it up on Craigslist and it was 2375 dollars more
laffiny
laffiny - 5 years ago
Well done, fun and useful :)
sharpuslf
sharpuslf - 5 years ago
I'm lucky. Anywhere I want to go paddling, I pull up to within 15 feet of the shoreline, unload, and leave the vehicle there all day....sometimes even overnight.
Hobbs Boys Outdoors
Hobbs Boys Outdoors - 5 years ago
Very useful video brother! I will pass this along. I subscribed to your channel. Check out my fishing channel and subscribe please. Thanks bro! Tight Lines.
rob mock
rob mock - 5 years ago
got a 9 foot 28 in wide riot yak, that chill for a 5'11 170lbs
GreenTrack Tasmania
GreenTrack Tasmania - 5 years ago
exellent video. Thanks for the info!
Lindsey Ashley
Lindsey Ashley - 5 years ago
thanks good video...
Robert King
Robert King - 5 years ago
You are right in the sense that the sit-on-top is self draining and cannot swamp. I love that!

Here in Maine I do not consider a sit on top an option. That is unless you are a person who only goes out in warm, sunny weather.

I am a 68 years of age, Maine-native who grew up in a boat yard and has been around watercraft my entire life. I have also been a Federal and states Wildlife Biologist, spending 10 years in the Everglades.

Sticking myself in a wet suit all day, is not an option. I enjoy going out when nobody else is out there and in all weather. But it gets hot up here too.

Hypothermia is always at the top of the list of the things that can kill me. Second....is all that results from swamping, especially drowning.

So I must be very aware of what water I enter, under what conditions I enter it and how quickly things can change. Also, how much freeboard do I have. Capsizing or swamping is not an option.

I must never be overconfident from having much experience. That is when you buy the farm.

Right now, I am about 4 years looking into the perfect kayak for my loon work here in Maine. Up until now it has been canoes...all these years.

Now, I am thinking about an Old Town Tandem Heron. But it has no positive floatation and it can swamp alright. So I think I shall put inflated dry bags fore and aft and simply do what it takes not to swamp

Anyway, that is where I am at now.

BTW, there is an alternative to trailering a longer watercraft. It is called an Extenda-truck...out of Pennsylvania. I love mine.

When you talked about points to consider...did you cover tracking?

Robert King

https://itsaboutnature.smugmug.com
SuperBardley
SuperBardley - 5 years ago
I have a couple of trad ocean kayaks, know how to roll them, have all the right gear for that, and then tried fishing from them.

Boy, I almost had a nervous breakdown on that experience. Paddle management vs. rod use was a nightmare, and to top it all off, I was out with my cousin who was out in his Hobie Revolution-16. He got to pedal & fish at the same time, talk about no fair!

A few months later I bought my used Revo-16, WooHoo what an improvement! It's narrow,fast, & extremely powerful, and I'm out in NorCal, so the Pacific is cold and very rough here (42-58 deg).

2 options if you're so concerned about rolling: Pick up a GUL TAW drysuit off Amazon, and/or put an Ama kit on your kayak, then you'll be able to stand in rough water.

These guys didn't mention it, but the more one paddles, the better a paddler he becomes. So for those folks who want to spend their money right the first time, I would say to buy a longer, faster, less stable feeling boat than you think is right, then spend more money on a quality PFD & a quality wet or drysuit. Now you're ready to hit the water & practice, practice, practice before you pile all your fishing gear on it for that 1st "big trip. "

You'll probably find that you've grown into that somewhat scary boat & you'll be happier in the long run.

One last thought: I loaded a buddy's Ocean Kayak onto my roof racks & my strap-down efforts easily deformed his hull on a relatively cool day; not the case with the Hobies.
Rick Rose
Rick Rose - 5 years ago
I agree with most everything you said, but here are a couple of points: 1) If you're using a trailer, you can pull any kayak with a Honda Civic. 2) The used market varies by region and by day. I've found a few deals in my area in the past 10 years, but lately in my area (Chesapeake Bay, Virginia) people seem to only want to knock a few hundred off of retail for a used boat. The really cheap ones tend to be really small or completely beat, with old-fashioned uncomfortable seats, etc. And I hardly ever see a decent deal on a pedal drive. My two cents.
pizzafaice
pizzafaice - 5 years ago
Dude. Moving to Navarre in a couple weeks and our neighborhood has sound access. Found your stuff doing kayak research. I'm a complete noob and your channel is an awesome local resource, appreciate it.

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Mike Androi
Mike Androi - 5 years ago
Some good advice. After kayak fishing on the westcoast of BC for a few years I realized the best setup is the one you will use most. I had a NuCanoe Frontier 12 and it was a great kayak for 2 people BUTit was heavy and a pain to load on top of the car. Also eventhough it was very stable it was a pig to baddle long distance. Being a smaller guy handling it was always a chore.

I ended up picking up an advanced elments advanced frame. IT was a part hard frame and part infltable but super good quality. Being an inflatable it was really stable and safe. The hard frame on the bow and stern made it slice through the water and it was much easier to paddle.

Best part was that it was light and folded down into a really small package. 30lbs and fold smaller then a standard size suitcase for check in meant I could take it with me on long trips. Once I added in my lifejacket portable rod/reel and crab traps it was something I cuuld take on trrps with me.

I found used it a lot more then then NuCanoe and took up a lot less space. If you lived in an appartment or condo you could easily store it anywhere youd store a suitcase.
If you google "advanced elements fishing" you will see pictures of guys in Singapore who have caught sailfish/marlin from this type of kayak.
Hoeun To
Hoeun To - 5 years ago
true facts!!!!
The Autumn Skye Show
The Autumn Skye Show - 5 years ago
cool video
Cal Crappie
Cal Crappie - 5 years ago
For speed and distance it's tough to beat the Hobie Adventure (16 footer). It's a bullet and will get you out of trouble when conditions turn bad. Many seem to avoid them because of the narrowness. That's too bad because they are surprisingly seaworthy. I own the Adventure Island and the one outrigger set-up with a tramp is great for stability offshore and extra roominess/storage.
Frank Stein
Frank Stein - 5 years ago
Good advice...I have a KC K12 kayak and I LOVE it. Very light, tracks and paddles great, LOTS of storage space, and still stable enough to stand in it. Plus it has a motor mount for a trolling motor!
tomb
tomb - 5 years ago
C-Tug is a good way to transport a Yak on land or sand. Straps on and quickly disassembles to throw in your hatch. No trip back to the car. Wheels are wide for sand. I use for my Predator 13 Minn Kota.
the bat man
the bat man - 5 years ago
wanker
Steelhead Ranger
Steelhead Ranger - 5 years ago
One constructiive comment: regarding rolling the kayak and getting back in...
You said if you call the Coast Guard. Call? I hope you meant RADIO.
NEVER EVER EVER go on the ocean without a handheld waterproof marine radio and knwing how to use it to get help. EVER.
Steelhead Ranger
Steelhead Ranger - 5 years ago
I think You are deliberately misunderstanding: never depend on anything exclusively. A radio is like a fire alarm: you resort to it when all your training and knowledge can't get you out of the situation. I have a GPS sonar on my kayak, but carry a handheld one and a compass as a backup. I carry a signal mirror and a flare gun. I don't rely on them: they are alternatives that might save my life when things go bad.
Robert Curtin
Robert Curtin - 5 years ago
Steelhead Ranger Depend on your radio if you want to,I've got over 25 years of experience on the North Atlantic with out one, rule #1 is depend on your self and your own ability.
Steelhead Ranger
Steelhead Ranger - 5 years ago
Lightness is why I went with the Eddyline C135 Yak Attack: big kayak I can sight fish standing when it is calm but can handle chop very well. Pricey new, but I bought it used after a sponsered pro bass angler used it for a seaon in tourneys. Worth consideration. . I am a flyfisher who had kayaked trad boats and I am BCU-trained (British Canoe Union).
So I didn't go for the heavy pedal boats, I enjoy paddling no matter my luck at fishing.
the heavy the boat, the less you'll go fishing.
Hunter D.
Hunter D. - 5 years ago
jus got a deal 0n new Jackson Mayfly, wondering how its goin to roll on my impreza?
marc mcmaster
marc mcmaster - 5 years ago
What do you think about a lifetime tamarack 120 for a bass kayak?
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 5 years ago
I have never tried one.
Tomohawkfishinglol
Tomohawkfishinglol - 5 years ago
Did you get your kayak off craigslist
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 5 years ago
My Quest 13 was off craigslist. My Outback I got new.
chapmaker46
chapmaker46 - 5 years ago
outstanding vid...thanks
nick shaves
nick shaves - 5 years ago
Great videos man! They have been very helpful
deckard313
deckard313 - 5 years ago
Thumbs up on this vid...great info guys!
Ryan Elijah Bolden
Ryan Elijah Bolden - 5 years ago
So much truth buy used for your first kayak
Alejandro Munoz
Alejandro Munoz - 5 years ago
I'm 285lb 6'2" and was looking into the pilot pedal kayak would that be a good fit for mi size and weight? first time buying
Bass Star
Bass Star - 5 years ago
Again another good video. My compliments. I also want to let you know that some of us take heed to your comments and advice. I've been deciding on my next kayak and was deciding between the Tarpon 140 and the Prowler 13 Angler. Both of these kayaks had features I liked but I finally made my decision to buy the Prowler based on its simplicity, lower price, but especially the Prowler's lower weight when placing it on top of my vehicle.
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 5 years ago
Agreed. Im just out there to have fun and relax. Thanks!
Bass Star
Bass Star - 5 years ago
You are exactly right on the simplicity factor. As an "ex" very serious tournament bass angler I can attest to the fact that tournament bass fishing is everything "BUT" simplistic. I think that is one of the reasons I've found myself kayak and wade fishing and am having a blast. It's somewhat like being a teenage kid again. BTW, while watching one of your earlier videos last night you mentioned your military career. Please let me "THANK YOU" for your service. I'm a huge fan and supporter and am thankful for your service and sacrifice.
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 5 years ago
Awesome ! Glad I could help. Everyone has different things that need to factor in to their decisions on a kayak. Storage and transportation is a huge factor. I still feel like simplicity is the heart of kayak fishing.
Luigi         G DeLucia
Luigi G DeLucia - 5 years ago
what are your thoughts on a self bailing kayak
Luigi         G DeLucia
Luigi G DeLucia - 5 years ago
No you sit in it and it has a double Hull
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 5 years ago
Are you referring to a sit on top kayak ?
Brett Hazelwood
Brett Hazelwood - 5 years ago
What do you think about the FX 12 native Kayak its a hybrid between canoe and kayak so it is a sit in with an open cockpit. what are your thoughts about it for fishing bays and inter coastal. I like the design and the room to put stuff but i am afraid of the potential to roll over and not recover in it. I am a first time buyer trying to get into kayak fishing since i had to sell my boat. any recommendations would be great. also I am a big live bait kind of a guy was wondering what kind of setups you use when working with livebait.
James Repp
James Repp - 5 years ago
Can't believe you guys didn't mention anything about the FeelFree Lure. I'm an avid kayak fisherman and i own a PA 14, an outback and an ascend fs128t. My next purchase will probably be the lure 13.5. Have either of you guys had any seat time in that kayak? If so, i'm wondering what are your thoughts on it. I took one out on a demo day and that thing was super stable and kind of your mid price range boat, not to mention how comfortable the seat was.
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 5 years ago
I have never used a Feel Free Lure . No one I fish with has one.
Andrew Burtt
Andrew Burtt - 5 years ago
Great video. I just got into the sport, bought used last year OK Prowler 13T, loving it. I haven't taken it offshore, but some of the larger lakes and rivers have been slain in my area. Wish my season was longer than 4-5 months though. Can't wait to take it out again in a few weeks.

I wanted to add that I'm a big guy, and the Prowler 13T is plenty stable for me, but no room to stand in it.
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 5 years ago
Thanks! Awesome!
Dont Read My Profile Picture
Dont Read My Profile Picture - 5 years ago
Thank YOU
kayakeros
kayakeros - 5 years ago
Nothing better! great advice before buying the one!
Zach B
Zach B - 5 years ago
purple whopper plopper in background?
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 5 years ago
yep!
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 5 years ago
thanks
Shane Buchanan
Shane Buchanan - 5 years ago
^All truth. Great video.
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 5 years ago
thanks
n5x
n5x - 5 years ago
What's your thoughts on a fish finder for a kayak? I use a small watch type.
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 5 years ago
Have one but never use it. To much trouble in my opinion
Don
Don - 5 years ago
Good advice. Thanks.
Eli Thomas
Eli Thomas - 5 years ago
Great video, doesnt look like you included the link to Greg's channel. I still found him but just to let you know. May help for more subscribers!
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 5 years ago
just fixed it. I forgot to include it but it is up now.
Joshua Quackenbush
Joshua Quackenbush - 5 years ago
After catching a 75" Sailfish last year out of my 10' Moken 10 Lite I decided it was time to change kayaks. I went with a 12' Pompano and I can not believe the difference in tracking with/against the waves/wind when comparing the 2.

Lately I've been looking at Stealth Pro Fisha's (thinking the 475), just haven't really found anyone in the area to talk about them. Most people in our area (also in P-Cola) prefer Pro Anglers or other wide kayaks,
Marcus Armour
Marcus Armour - 5 years ago
Thanks for a very informative video, and for bringing Greg Ammon along to offer some practical advice for us larger blokes.
gabe428
gabe428 - 5 years ago
Yak Motley NEED HELP ADVICE ASAP!! lol.. I'm so glad I came across this video bro. I'm in a dilemma have not slept for over a week. THE CHOICES. Older model prowler 13, with custome trolling motor install at stern, easily controlled by seat, night lights all great set up and kept in good shape for $550.00 VS 2008 hobie outback with high seat upgrade and turbo fins for $1100.00. I'm 6 foot 240 lbs. which kayak will handle the offshore bigger game fishing especually like you mentioned when pulling drag next to each side of the kayak. I've also heard the outbacks flip a lot why is that? I mean like on decent size waves if you leaning to one side right and wave hits you on left side, or to watch out in narrow canals and boat traffic create heavy waves to also be careful. awesome to know you and Greg have literally fished out of BOTH the prowler 13 and older model hobie outback. I wish I could buy both but can only go with one. I like the prowler set up with the trolling motor. PLEASE GIVE ME WHAT YOU HONESTLY WOULD GO WITH PLEASE FROM EXPERIENCE I'LL GO WITH WHAT YOU SAY PLEASE!! LOL THANKS AGAIN,
GABE (Hollywood Fl)
gabe428
gabe428 - 5 years ago
Yak Motley heck yeah your advice helped lol.. THANK YOU BRO!!! it's a 2008 hobie but owner upgraded seat and drive to a new mirage drive with turbo fins, he said I could keep previous mirage drive if I wanted to fix it as a back up. so I was wondering it all outbacks pretty much stayed the same as dimensions through out the years. wide length, etc at $1,100.00 very tempting, and it's in incredible good shape garage kept barely any scratches. I'm going to pull the trigger only because like you said if I don't like it and want to upgrade I'll sell it save some money while I'm trying it out and go with something else. I'll definitely look the the Outback Angler you mentioned too.. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU Yak Motley keep the great videos coming bro..
Tight Lines
Gabe
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 5 years ago
I know your pain brother lol. I love the Hobie Outback and would buy it over again if I was choosing another yak. It is a Stable fish slaying machine. I have never seen one just flip without it being Operator Error. I have been out in mine in 3-5ft seas chasing Tuna before at it did fine. If you are 240 pounds you might be at the upper range on the Prowler 13 if you also factor in gear and a trolling motor with battery. I would take the trolling motor off but thats just me. Too much weight. I think the Hobie Outbacks before 2009 models had a problem with the drive bracket cracking but I am not 100 percent on that. I would look at the 2010 model and newer. Mine is a 2014 Outback and it is solid. It would be tough for me to purposefully flip it. If you want a peddle kayak I recommend the Hobie Outbacker Pro Angler if you want a paddle kayak I would stay above 13ft and a good weight capacity. Cuda 14, Jackson Kraken, Ocean kayak Trident Series, Ocean Kayak Prowler 15, Jackson Big Tuna. Pro Angler 12-14 are awesome too. The Viking kayaks are really cool too. Im not really sure what you are going to use it for though. Those I listed are great offshore kayaks. If you are only going to be inshore in calm waters you can get away with a shorter kayak tho. I would definitely try it out before you pull the trigger. It can be shaky getting you sea legs at first. In the end its about just getting out there and trying it out. You will figure it out over time. You can always sell it or trade for what you want later when you figure it out! Hope this helps.
qaannat
qaannat - 5 years ago
Sit ins, you gotta have a roll, it makes all the difference. Be able to roll up from any position, with anything in your hand. The kayak is a prosthesis. It makes a man amphibious. The Inuit of Greenland mastered this years and years ago. However, for what you guys are doing, your SOTs are the weapon of choice. Inuit worked a different game, furrier "fish".
Word.
qaannat
qaannat - 5 years ago
Mind you, a swim up there would kill a dude. These guys did this occupationally. Hunting seal, walrus, narwhale. But form follows function. it's interesting to see what modern sport fishing kayak fishermen do.
qaannat
DAVID VALADEZ
DAVID VALADEZ - 5 years ago
Gotta give the thumbs up. Yak attack is the man. Was bank & pier fishing for years now I have the hobie outback thanks to your videos. Their so awesome. This one video I wish was created months ago because I was so worried on what yak to to buy. But I made the choice to buy the hobie outback which I do not regret one bit. Keep up the good work bro.
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 5 years ago
Thanks ! Sounds like you made a great choice ! Glad I could help!
Scott Stephens
Scott Stephens - 5 years ago
I never see anyone talk about but I have a ocean big game 2 it has like a 550 lbs wait capacity nice boat I enjoy it and its rock solid stable!
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 5 years ago
Thats a good choice too!
Phill’s Adventures
Phill’s Adventures - 5 years ago
What are your thoughts on a feel free lure 13.5
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 5 years ago
I haven't tried one yet. I just mentioned the ones I see a lot and have tried.
TroyboyQUE
TroyboyQUE - 5 years ago
Good information. Greg is a big fella and I now understand why it took him a few minutes to get back in that yak on the night trip. If he was a novice it woulda been FUBAR times infinity.
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 5 years ago
Thanks! Yeah, it helped a lot to have a buddy system. He is a Navy Veteran so he swims well!
Jerry Sateriale
Jerry Sateriale - 5 years ago
Good video thanks for making it , and having your buddy talk about kayaks for big guys . Can you link his channel here . Thanks
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 5 years ago
Thanks ! Its Greg Ammon on youtube. I put the link in the description just now. Sorry I forgot to add it the other day.
Greg Gray
Greg Gray - 5 years ago
I don't see a link for your friend's channel, Greg Hammonds?
Gillea pineault
Gillea pineault - 5 years ago
Yak Motley ss
James L. Millsap
James L. Millsap - 5 years ago
411u
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 5 years ago
Sorry I forgot to put it in the description. It is there now.
Greg Gray
Greg Gray - 5 years ago
Found it. Thanks!
Marcus Armour
Marcus Armour - 5 years ago
Greg Gray You should be able to find his channel searching for Greg Ammon. Hope that helps.
Greg Gray
Greg Gray - 5 years ago
Thanks for one of the best kayak vids I've ever seen.
Insaf Khan
Insaf Khan - 5 years ago
Yak Motley yea bro. great stuff as always
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 5 years ago
Thanks I appreciate it!
insaynbcr
insaynbcr - 5 years ago
Big thumbs up on your topic today. Excellent details and your are spot on.
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 5 years ago
Thanks !
Nic
Nic - 5 years ago
I went with the new 2017 Outback, not for the 180 drive but mainly because I like to un-wrap new stuff.... plus I know I was the first to fart in the seat ;)
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 5 years ago
lol !
Catman Gru
Catman Gru - 5 years ago
Nice vid and also very nice tshirt.. go gators
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 5 years ago
Thanks! lol
drew Douglas
drew Douglas - 5 years ago
I can't remember which one but there is a kayak that is 42 inches wide
n5x
n5x - 5 years ago
Good advice I've hit many of these points kayaking
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 5 years ago
Thanks!
Brad Johnson
Brad Johnson - 5 years ago
Good video, I liked you bringing in a friend for the large boats.
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 5 years ago
thanks
Gabesafish
Gabesafish - 5 years ago
The Old Town Predator XL (13) is an excellent all-around yak for bigger guys. Super stable, and has a 600 pound weight capacity. It also gives you the option of getting the Minn Kota electric drive center pop in module.
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 5 years ago
Awesome! Never tried one.
Jason Griffin
Jason Griffin - 5 years ago
I did lots of research, and read lots of reviews before my purchase. Took me two months to decide. I ended up buying new, a Feelfree lure 11.5 as a package deal. It came with paddle, rudder, anchor trolley, and a strap down kit with padding. Bought it on Amazon for around $1,650.00
I tried finding the same one used. It didn't work out.

Just installed a Garmin Striker 4 into the built in sonar pod, which is awesome. Seat seems very comfortable. Still need a PFD.

Had to pick it up from a Terminal, which was kind of a hassle due to the wrong one shipped the first time. Terminal was an hour away. They definitely didn't skimp on packaging. It was wrapped in three or four layers of heavy material, outside layer felt like a wool blanket.

It seems to be built quite well. Pretty heavy though. Glad I decided on the 11.5 instead of the 13.5

I will be using it for freshwater ponds, lakes, and river fishing.
Bbq man
Bbq man - 5 years ago
vibe sea ghost 130. best bang for buck.
Lewis Herndon
Lewis Herndon - 5 years ago
Second the Vibe SG130. On my second one. Love them. Absolutely the best bang for the buck. This coming from someone that has owned a Hobie Pro Angler 12, a Wilderness Tarpon 140 and a Diablo Adios.
Phil D
Phil D - 5 years ago
Yeah I got a seaghost 130 also being a bigger guy myself it is very nice great comfortable seat and moves good definitely best bang for the buck
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 5 years ago
I hear alot of good things about it
Johnny Que
Johnny Que - 5 years ago
great video! good advice!
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 5 years ago
Thanks!
James Andolina
James Andolina - 5 years ago
I get kayak brand new is. weight 89 pounds is good kayak. Perception strike 11.5 Angler kayak
RICARDO mmwANTONIOn AHUMADA FLORES
RICARDO mmwANTONIOn AHUMADA FLORES - 5 years ago
Yo, Yak i got a malibu two ocean kayak that i use to fish ( it was a gift), can you please tell me what do you those kind of kayak?
RICARDO mmwANTONIOn AHUMADA FLORES
RICARDO mmwANTONIOn AHUMADA FLORES - 5 years ago
Yeah i have no complains abou it
Yak Motley
Yak Motley - 5 years ago
thats a good yak, I have a buddy that fishes out of one of those!
Maddog Fishing
Maddog Fishing - 5 years ago
Do you worry about motor boats seeing you when you're offshore/nearshore kayaking.
Little PAW 1969
Little PAW 1969 - 5 years ago
Good video!
houston bullgator
houston bullgator - 5 years ago
I have not kayaked before, but, I have a Sea Ghost 130, and my wife said "where will I sit" and then I found a 2013 Jackson Big Tuna tandem. Still trying to get to the water. i keep acquiring fishing equipment, but, have not found the water and I live in Houston. Did a canoe trip 40 years ago, other than that, all fishing was in 19 ft fishing boats or bigger.
SlikRik
SlikRik - 5 years ago
4 sure key, no Sit In Kayak.
my first one was, Big mistake, I almost Drowned while my family watched from shore, on father's day lost everything new reels almost my life, took on water, rolled, filled up didn't realize water was over 15' , like you mention in one of your Vlogs,No when you hit the water you can Not put your PDF ON. ANY TOO, I'M STILL HERE. SORRY SO LONG
Will Reaves
Will Reaves - 5 years ago
I fish in a Frenzy

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