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Wilderness Systems Commander 140 Angler

Specs

Manufacturer: Wilderness Systems
Model: Commander 140 Angler
Length: 14' / 427 cm
Width: 30.5" / 77 cm
Depth: Deck Height: 13.75" / 35 cm
Weight: 72 lbs / 33 kg
Cockpit Size: Length: 55" / 140 cm - Width: 20.5" / 52 cm
Number of Paddlers: 1 paddler
Weight Capacity: 475 lbs / 215 kg

The Commander 140 Angler by Wilderness Systems brings more to the table that the Commander 120. More length, size, capacity, and increased maximum weight translate to kayak fisherman being able to bring everything that they need for the kayak fishing trip. The Commander 140 Angler is perfect for the ocean, lake or river to catch redfish, bass, trout and maybe even a small shark! Commander 140 kayak is very stable for windy conditions or open water waves, this kayak will take you to the big fish.

The Commander 140 Angler from Wilderness Systems also comes with the following features:

Elevated Seating Area 
Drain Plug 
Partial Stern Bulkhead 
Made in the USA 
SlideTrax Universal Mounting Plate 
SlideTrax Anchor Trolley 
SlideTrax System (Top and Sides) 
Skid Plate 
Integral Trolling Motor Mounting Block 
Extended Thigh and Knee Padding 
Molded-In Elevated Captain's Seat 
Freedom Elite Seating System 
Flush Mount Rod Holder (2) 
Scotty Rod Holder 
Comfort Carry Handles 
SlideLock Foot Brace System 
Rudder Ready 
Tankwell w/ Bungee 

User reviews

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Overall rating: 
 
3.8
Portability:
 
3.0   (1)
Comfort:
 
5.0   (1)
Cargo Capacity:
 
4.0   (1)
Value:
 
3.0   (1)
Overall:
 
4.0   (1)
 
 

Wilderness Systems Commander 140 Angler

Overall rating: 
 
3.8
Portability:
 
3.0
Comfort:
 
5.0
Cargo Capacity:
 
4.0
Value:
 
3.0
Overall:
 
4.0
Reviewed by seanc
September 28, 2010
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0 of 0 people found the following review helpful

I do not own this kayak but i was able to rent it from the local kayak rental store and i enjoyed how big it was. I think if i did want to upgrade to somthing larger that my current Wilderness Systems Commander 120 Angler this would be the fishing kayak for me. It just seemed to be sturdier that the 120 and there was a ton of room in the cockpit and for storage.

Kayak Pros & Cons

Pros: This thing has a ton of storage capacity, huge tankwells and a big cockpit.
Cons: A hatch that I would be able to close would be great just to keep some of my stuff dry.
 
 
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