What is the best fishing kayak? Well, it depends. Kayaks come in many varieties and can have a number of differences – the fact of the matter is, what is best depends on individual preference and needs. You need to ask yourself some questions: Where, and how often, will I be fishing? How much am I willing to spend? After buying it, will I even want to look at the thing again after sitting in it and paddling for several hours? Let’s go over some aspects of a fishing kayak:
Kayaks can be a rigid hull or inflatable; rigid kayaks are almost always made of polyethylene, while inflatables are made of a PVC material. Most people choose a rigid hull, as they are more stable and more resistant to damage. Inflatable kayaks have their advantages, however: they are much lighter and therefore easier to transport (an inflatable kayak is usually about the size of a suitcase when deflated). Inflatable kayaks usually come with a pump of some sort, so they can be easily transported to the water and inflated at arrival.
Most people, especially beginners, are usually better