The Perception Pescador Pro 10 is the perfect first fishing kayak. It is proudly designed, molded, and hand-assembled in the USA. The kayak features a comfortable lawn chair-style mesh seat with 2-level seat adjustment and breathable mesh for ultimate all-day comfort. Say goodbye to pain and discomfort during your fishing adventures.
This kayak boasts leak-proof one-piece construction with built-in buoyancy for added safety, giving you peace of mind while out on the water. It also offers large front and rear open storage areas for your cooler, tackle, and other gear, ensuring you have everything you need at your fingertips.
The seat of the Perception Pescador Pro 10 can be lowered for relaxed paddling or raised for optimum casting. This versatility allows you to customize your experience based on your preferences and fishing style. The kayak's integrated accessory rails on each gunwale provide convenient placement options for fish finders, rod holders, and other accessories.
Now, let's address some common concerns:
2. FYI, the green kayak shown is a different model. The Pescador Pro 10 does not come in green. Also, the red Pro 10 has 2 rod holders behind the seat, whereas the blue camo does not. The difference in designs is simply due to variations in the models.
3. I understand you're concerned about the weight when using it recreationally and whether an 11-15 year old child could paddle it alone. The ability for a child to paddle this kayak alone would largely depend on their size. In general, yes, it is possible, but the boat might be too wide for a smaller-framed child.
4. If you're looking for a replacement seat for one that was smashed during shipping, I regret to inform you that calling the company will not be of help. I suggest exploring other options to obtain a replacement seat.
There are different motors on the market for kayaks. But haven’t seen one made by perception
The green one is just a wrong picture posted. It is indeed the pescador pro 10.
This would largely depend on the size of the child. In general, yes...but the boat could be too wide for a smaller framed child.
I can tell you that calling the Co will not get you any help.