Are you looking for fishing kayaks near Bass? Great, your search ends here :) You can have our kayaks shipped to Bass 3991 from $103 per single kayak or $170 per tandem kayak, or pick them up from our Melbourne Canoes Store. We use imported plastic (from UK) and make the kayaks to with stand harsh Ausralian conditions. For 10 years Kayaks2Fish has focused on one thing — bringing the products that are as good as if not better than the big brand stores at a price that doesn't break the bank. Before you purchase we recommend to check out feedback from our past customers, you can find them on Facebook and Google. We accept both Zippay and Afterpay.Read More
We purchased a kids kayak for our son for Christmas and could not be happier with what we received. It is excellent quality and well worth spending that little bit more than the cheaper brands. We have since ordered another one for our other son and have also ordered a double kayak for the family. - Accounts S.
Ordered two kayaks online. Needed to call the store to query pick up and were very friendly and helpful. Order was ready promptly and I organised my own freight to collect them and it all went smoothly. Haven't used them yet but looking forward to slightly warmer weather. - Belinda Smith
Bought a 2.7m kayak over summer and is a high quality kayak for a super cheap price! Would recommend for all! - Terry
Kayak review I am loving my NextGen 10 mark 2 kayak. Has no idea how much fun it would be to explore rivers and inlets and fish all the hard to reach spots.It is so much easier than I thought it would be. Stable on the water and so relaxing.It’s a totally different style of fishing for this strap-on-the-waders trout fishing I was brought up on , but I am loving it. Hooked, you might say. Next adventure is to go squidding from the yak this weekend. Can’t wait! - David J.
Small enough to slide into the back of my little hatchback and take anywhere!Very inexpensive.Seat not very comfortable so I take padding. Nowhere good to rest feet on as my feet don't reach the end, so I use a block of wood. Not as stable as longer kayaks. - Kit Penfold