Native Watercraft Slayer MAX 10
Over the past 5 years of my kayak fishing journey I have watched the kayak industry grow and change. From a time where the number of pedal kayaks were about equal to the number of paddle kayaks. Today the kayaks are looking more and more like their boating counterparts. I have seen more tournament kayaks rigged out with electric motors and as many electronics as possible. This got me asking myself, as a kayak angler, more specifically a bass tournament kayak angler, do I really need all this gear? Can I fish and compete with a simpler setup? That is where the Native Watercraft Slayer MAX 10 enters the frame.
The Big Upgrade
For the 2023 season I decided to sell my Titan 12 to purchase the Slayer MAX 10 for use in the Oregon Kayak Bass Fishing tournament tour. I wanted to be more minimalistic. Get back to using what I need for fishing, rather than what is flashy and new. I wanted my kayak to be smaller and lighter. To be easier to transport and maneuver down the ramp. I was amazed at just how well the Slayer MAX 10 delivered on all accounts. I’m really impressed with this kayak. With all the features, the turning radius and the transportability, has really made me fall in love with this kayak.