Are you looking for fishing kayaks near Murrumbo? Great, your search ends here :) We can deliver (for an extra cost) to Murrumbo 2849 from our Newcastle Fishing Canoes Outlet. We offer kayaks similar to big brand stores but at very affordable price. We use HDPE plastic imported from UK and manufacture these kayaks at highest possible standards. Since the start our focus has been to produce quality kayaks at reasonable prices. We make similar if not superior kayaks then big stores out there and offer them at price that most people can afford. For your piece of mind before you purchase please read reviews from our past customers, you can find hundereds of them on Facebook and Google. We accept both Zippay and Afterpay.Read More
I recently purchased a NextGen10 Mk2 from Kayaks2Fish in Adelaide and am impressed by the build quality and attention to detail. The item was delivered to me, and was well packaged in bubble wrap and plastic. Communication from order to delivery was outstanding. Although I have not taken this kayak on the water as yet, I am certain it will perform well. The hull shape and rudder suggest excellent tracking. Overall, I am very happy with my purchase and have no hesitation in recommending Kayaks2Fish for their kayaks. - Christian Lindemeier
I have been out twice since my purchase and simply lovin my kayak. Buy from Kayaks2Fish has to have been the easiest process from the online environment to pick up. Team were terrific to deal with and very happy. Thank you K2F. Highly recommend you! - Michelle P.
Have owned the next gen 9 over a year now and been getting great use out of it. I use the yak for fishing as its super stable and comfy. Most affordable yak out on the market and well worth it. - Justin Thai
Purchased the NextGen 9. Very happy with this Kayak. It is my first kayak, and has exceeded my expectations. Buoyancy and balance is very good. Excellent price and great service. Would highly recommend. - Richard Feleppa
Purchased the Kronos which is a fairly large craft. One of the drawbacks of the larger craft is the weight and the difficulty on handling in on and off the trailer. I will probably end up purchasing a set of wheels to make this easier. I have been paddling most of my 62 years and this is the first time that I have tried the peddle system. I was impressed with the amount of speed I could get out of the craft (especially given the size of the canoe). At a more steady pace it moved along nicely and covered a good distance. My wife "peddled" it about 4 kilometers and kept up a solid pace, although I could still outpace her in a very quick plastic kayak (no surprises there really as this kayak moves very nicely in the water). Stability was impressive and as a platform for fishing or in the ocean I can imagine it will perform extremely well. I had this on flat water in the Nepean and am looking forward to getting in the ocean. On the negative side - I had it on the trailer racks, in an upright position, overnight and it did collect a fair bit of water (about 5 litres) on the inside of the canoe. Still wondering how the water got in but imagine the water seeped in around the hatches which are not sealed. Cant see this as a major problem and will store upside down in the future. - David Giblin