Traralgon South Kayaks
Are you looking for kayaks in Traralgon South? Then no look further. We offer wide range of kayaks from singles to doubles from kids to adults and beginners to pro. You can either pick them up from our Melbourne Fishing Kayaks Warehouse Shop or have them shipped to Traralgon South 3844 from $103 for single kayaks or from $170 for tandem kayaks. Our kayaks are made with HDPE plastic imported from the UK and manufactured to meet strict Australian standards. Each kayak is treated for UV protection to make the colours last a long time. 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. Our kayaks are highly rated and reviewed by hunderds of customers on websites like Facebook, Google and Product Review. Make sure to check them out before you purchase. We also accept Afterpay and Zippay.Read More
I love my kayak!! It came with the seat and paddleReady to go! I ordered on back order amd it came much earlier than expected. I willBe definitely be purchasing another one very soon. - Kylie Baxter
I have recently bought the k2f next gen 9 online and it is a very stable and manoeuvrable yak. I haven’t given it a run offshore yet but it is a great estuary yak. I have stood up in it and paddled and felt pretty stable. It is on the slow side but that is because of the stability of the yak and being a ‘sit on’ yak it is not as easy and quick too paddle. - Kain V.
I bought a Nextgen 10 mkii Yak online earlier this year. I had looked up many other brands however being around 118kg and top heavy so the Nextgen 10mkii looked a good option, after checking a few YouTube reviews the choice was made. Build quality is solid and the rails and compartments are great. I am impressed, the only negatives are the rudder system really frustrate me, when I picked it up I was told it was easy but I have adjusted it several times and still not happy. I think it needs an update in design because it lets down a good unit. Leg room is fine for me being 5.9 however it would be an issue if you are 6 ft or more. Stability was a big concern for me being older and top heavy, I have had incidents in the past tipping over so when I launched it on the lake i was a bit wobbly at first. After a bit of time I found the yak to be fairly stable in the water, I nearly tipped it reaching for my rod so I have ordered outriggers before I launch in the sea. So after my first voyage I got home and adjusted a few things and installed some accessories ready to go out again tomorrow. So I would describe this experience like falling in love, at first she looked amazing until you went out and discovered some things you don't like but you go out again and like her more and more. Before you know it you're in love. - Christopher Agnostos
I’ve had my Osprey 9 Kayak for 3 years and its perfect for fishing in the Brisbane River and local reservoirs. In fact, its been so great, I recently bought a second Osprey for my family. The Team at Kayak2Fish have always been very helpful and quick to answer any questions. When stacking two Osprey’s on the roof rack, I noticed the keel of the bottom kayak was pushed hard on the front hatch of the top kayak which made it unstable. I solved the problem with two jumbo pool noodles. They now travel very well on the roof with no pressure on the hatch. - Nick McIntyre
Excellent product, great prices and the staff were really helpful. My next kayak purchase will most definitely be from Kayaks2Fish! - Gary