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Wilderness Systems A.T.A.K 140

Suggested Retail:
$1,799.00 USD
// $2019 CAD

The new Wilderness Systems ATAK Advanced Tactical Angling Kayak is fully equipped and in position to take the kayak angling world by storm. Featuring an open design that can be customized to meet the demands of any angler and environment. The deck is highly walkable and stable, yet remains nimble and stealth. The low-profile, wind-shedding hull will keep you on the water longer, and endless storage opportunities are intelligently located throughout. The AirPro MAX seat shows up in a big way, now with extended travel along much of the length of the craft. Top it off with the FlexPod OS electronics console and the fish don't stand a chance.

Number of Anglers 1
Manufacturer SKU ATAK140
Year 2016
Type New Product
Storage Platform Yes
Soft seat Yes
High-Low Seat Yes
Hatches Yes
Fish Finder Ready Yes
Cup Holder Yes
Best Used For Lakes/Ponds/Inshore
Ball Joint Mounts Yes
Adjustable Foot Braces Yes
Accessory Rails Yes
Material Polyethylene
Self-bailing Yes
Removable Pod Yes
Paddle powered Yes
Motor Mount Yes
Accessory Plates Yes
Price (CAD) 2019

Wilderness Systems is a premiere kayak manufacturing company located in Greenville, South Carolina, featuring award-winning designs in recreational, touring, and fishing kayaks.

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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
  · 2 years ago.
I been fishing this boat about 6-8 months now. Overall, I rate it a 4.5 on a scale of 5. The good: highly stable, great in big water and wind, extremely comfortable all day (night), tracks true (especially with the rudder), roomy and quiet deck. Overall, I rate this as the best boat I've owned- and that is a lot. The OS Pod is even handier than I thought it would be for my electronics (HINT: use strong magnets to attach your transducer for a totally water tight pod). Why not a 5 rating? It's heavy & expensive. Neither is a big problem- but the weight is a factor after a long day or a long portage. If I anticipate a long drag or a steep incline I'll take a lighter boat. But the boat is worth the money, IMO. And the weight is manageable with some good planning. I don't really expect less; it's 14 + feet long with the rudder. For fishing, I do not know a superior platform.
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