Posted on 08 May 2009.
There are many advantages to raising the seat in your Ultimate from the stock location. You gain a better view of your fishing area, you gain storage room, and it makes going from a seated position to a standing one just easier over a long day out on river. I’m going to show you how to do it yourself, for cheap. Now this way is just one way to do it, there are other options out there. One option is to buy a seat riser from Native which will run you about $60.
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Posted in Articles & Learning Center, How-to, Tips & Tactics
Posted on 06 May 2009.
Reviewers Name: Brian Cope
Item reviewed: Native Ultimate 12 Seat Riser
Number of trips used: 3-5 trips
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Posted in Gear Reviews
Posted on 13 April 2009.
First off, I just want to reiterate that in our sport there is never going to be a “perfect” yak or boat. To cover every scenario you would probably need 2 or 3. However, when money is limited and we cannot buy 2 or 3, then it is best to find the one that is the most versatile to fish the rivers we like to fish. The Ultimate 12 is a decent boat for certain situations and a good boat for others. For kayak fishing in rivers it is critical that people understand it is not a boat for beginners. It is an intermediate and advanced boat for people who understand currents and how to paddle in swift water. If you are using this boat only on calm water, then it is a viable option for beginners. Read the full story
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