1x Blackfoot 130 Inflatable Kayak
1x Removable Fin
1x Storage Bag
1x Halkey-Roberts Valve Adaptor
1x Repair Kit
Accessory styles may differ slightly from shown.
Named after the legendary Blackfoot River in Montana, the new Blackfoot 130 is an ideal solo angling kayak with plenty of space for gear or an extra seat if needed. Loaded with features and optimized to impress the most sophisticated anglers, the 130 features Duratex™ construction and high-pressure drop-stitch floor for durability and performance in a package that can go almost anywhere. If you spend every waking hour chasing fish, the possibilities are endless with the Blackfoot Angler 130.
Best For: 1 or 2-person technical angling.
Capacity: 1 or 2-person | 650 lb. (295 kg) max weight.
Warranty: 1-year limited against any manufacturing defects.
Dimensions: 13ft (396 cm) L x 38in (96.5 cm) W x 13.5in (34.3 cm) H.
Weight: 41 lb. (15.17 kg).
Includes: Kayak, Seat, Fin, Storage Bag, Halkey-Roberts Valve Adaptor, Fishing Cooler and Repair Kit.
Not Included: Pump, Paddle, and PFD (Personal Flotation Device).
Key Technical Features
Duratex™– reinforced PVC is lightweight, stiff, and extremely durable
Drop-stitchFloor – provides durability, rigidity, and optimal performance
MOLLE Plates– with included mesh bags provide a customizable gear carrying system
Universal Accessory Mounts– for mounting cupholder, POV camera, rod holder, and more
Cockpit Splashguard– keeps water out and paddler dry
Lightweight Packable Design– weighs only 41-pounds and includes River Crossing backpack-style storage bag for effortless transportation and storage
Key User Features
AG Frame Seat– with high or low settings, adjustable back angle, and under-seat storage shelf
Posi-track Weedless Fin– increases tracking and quickly attaches to universal US Fin Box System
EVA Traction Pad– for added grip when things get dicey
Fishing Cooler– with included rod holders and map case
Adjustable Footrests– for comfort and paddling efficiency
Velcro Adjustment Strips– allow for personalized custom seat positions
Deck Cargo Bungees– on bow and stern offer secure storage of extra gear
Moulded Plastic Carry Handles– on bow and stern for comfortable carrying or lifting
Scupper Drains– five (5) drains open easily to drain any water from the boat
Halkey-Roberts Type Valves– for quick and easy inflation and deflation
WebbingTie-Down Loops – every 6”- 12” along the cockpit for attaching cooler, dry bag, or gear
Stainless Steel D-Rings– for secure attachment of seat, extra throw bags, or other gear
In a matter of minutes, you can transform this inflatable from a backpack to a functional watercraft.
AQUAGLIDE BLACKFOOT 130
ALL ABOUT THE BLACKFOOT
This is a true angling kayak, it's even named after the great Blackfoot River in the American northwest state of Montana, which boasts world class fishing.
It comes in two sizes, a single option which comes in at 13ft long, and a tandem option which is 16ft, and both of these kayaks have ample room for your fishing gear.
The Blackfoot allows the angler to go from sitting to standing easily and with plenty of stability for casting or when reeling in a big one.
It also boasts loads of room for storage and also a plethora of mounting options for carrying rods, tools, adjusting the seating arrangement and even holders for your early morning coffee or your evening brewski. The storage room is great for all your gear, a cooler, even space to put an extra seat if you wanted to take a child or dog with you.
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The first thing is to make sure you look for a fishing specific kayak. What is the difference between a normal kayak and a fishing kayak? The main difference is they are usually a little wider to allow the angler to stand up when casting or reeling in a fish, and also the amount of mounts and fixtures they have to accommodate fishing gear, such as rod holders or anchor points.
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IS AN INFLATABLE KAYAK SUSTAINABLE?
It's no secret the materials used in inflatable products are perhaps not the most environmentally friendly, but used correctly, and built to last, there can be a sustainable solution.
We asked Aquaglide, one of the top brands globally to give us the run down on how they aim towards a more sustainable brand.
At Aquaglide, we build products that are designed to get folks outside in nature. To say outdoor spaces are at the core of everything we do is an understatement. Unfortunately, human-induced climate change threatens the places we love so dearly – and as a team of passionate paddlers and outdoorspeople, we could no longer wait to take action. So over the past year, we have rebuilt the mission of Aquaglide to focus not only on paddlers and people – but also, the planet. We are a small team, but aim to take every step we can to limit our negative impact and maximize our positive change. By doing so, we hope to inspire others within our community to become advocates for our natural spaces along the way.
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