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Thread: Native Titan 13.5 Propel in production

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    Default Native Titan 13.5 Propel in production

    For many years, the Hobie Pro Anglers have had the large-boat, pedal-power market to themselves. In the very near future, Native will introduce another entry into this market that offers many innovations. The Titan 13.5 Propel is now in full production and will soon ship to dealers.

    Native's Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/nativewater...89609194980730 has a bunch of photos and a video of the new Titan 13.5 Propel that show some of the cool features, like mounting space for 1 or 2 PowerPoles, a drop-in electric motor drive, a huge lift out bin under the front hatch, a raised seat with a storage box beneath it, and rail mounting for a Landing Gear wheel set.


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    While this kayak is too large and heavy for the way I fish, many in the bass fishing world are eagerly awaiting this boat.
    John Veil
    Annapolis
    Native Watercraft Manta Ray 11 and Slayer Propel 10
    Member - Pro Staff team for Native Watercraft

    Author - "Fishing in the Comfort Zone" - light tackle fishing techniques for kayaks and small boats

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    What will the price be?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AintMisBehavin View Post
    What will the price be?
    3,249.99 at Delaware paddlesports.


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    Def not my ideal boat either, really seems like it blurs the line between kayak and plastic jon boat. But I do like seeing new niche boats coming out.

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    I have a 17ft bass boat, 2015 Z-6 Nitro, that is great for skinny water. For me it is so easy to become invested in a kayak type or brand that even if it makes sense to switch the loyalty factor makes it a difficult and emotional decision. I owned two kayaks before I finally took the plunge on the Hobie PA12. It was not an easy decision and certainly not a cheap one. Accessories and mods over time have cost as much as the original kayak. I can't see myself ever owning a different brand because I am so completely satisfied with Hobie. Perhaps if some new material is discovered that is strong as steel and light as plastic and they start making kayaks out of it I'll buy again, but even then probably only a Hobie brand.
    Gregory
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    Here is a new video of the Titan in use on a southern lake. It is designed for serious bass fisherman and looks impressive.

    https://www.facebook.com/nativewater...5220654515967/
    John Veil
    Annapolis
    Native Watercraft Manta Ray 11 and Slayer Propel 10
    Member - Pro Staff team for Native Watercraft

    Author - "Fishing in the Comfort Zone" - light tackle fishing techniques for kayaks and small boats

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