Emotions Kayaks Presents the Grand Slam Fishing Kayak E-mail
Thursday, 01 November 2007 00:00

Emotions Kayaks Presents the Grand Slam Fishing Kayak

Length: 14’5”
Width: 30”
Capacity: 400 pounds
Weight: 69 pounds

• Added volume for extra capacity and dryness
• Dual Storage Tankwell gives extra space for all the tackle boxes, bags, boxes and extra gear
• Oversized Bow hatch makes loading and unloading gear and extra rods a snap
• Storage compartments built into seat well to carry tackle and small items
• Extra Hull Length makes this boat efficient and stable.
• Paddle Keeper Ledge and holder allows you to quickly switch from paddling to fishing in the blink of an eye
• Built in pad eyes allows easy installation of all popular aftermarket seats
• Adjustable footbraces for comfort and performance
• Extra scuppers for added dryness
• Neoprene hatch cover and plastic hard hatch keep gear dry and safe

Manufacturer’s Description: The Grand Slam will prove to be a Home Run with any kayak angler. Weather chasing Dorado off the Baja of California, Redfish on the Gulf Coast, Bass on your local lake, or Stripers and Bluefish along the East Coast, this boat will get you where the fish are. We quizzed hundreds of kayak fisherman on what the next generation of fishing kayaks should offer before going to work on this new fishing boat.


With all the latest features, added hull speed without sacrificing stability, extra dryness, and storage capacity for all your gear and equipment, you’ll agree we have raised the bar and knocked the ball out of the park. Fish the kayak that all fishing ‘yaks will soon be compared to.

The Kayak Fishing Magazine hopes to have a full review of the Emotion Grand Slam in an upcoming issue.
 

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