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The Fisha 460
The Smallest in the Fisha range and the smallest of our Fishing Kayaks – this 4.6 m kayak is a great all-rounder. It is lightweight and therefore very easy to manage on land, but also very nimble and handy in the surf zone. The 460 being shorter than some of our other models is not quite as quick, but offers a great all-round package. The 2022 model includes the new transducer recess and live bait tank. Ideally suited for paddlers 80kg – 105kg
Length: 4.65m Width: 0.66 m Weight with Live Well: +-25kg (Varies dependant on build) Max Angler Weight: 120kg Capacity: 190 kg Stability: 9/10 Speed: 8/10 Glide: 8/10 Manoeuvrability: 9/10 Surf Ability: 9/10.
Standard features of the Fisha 460:
(New for 2022) Molded carry handles– These are molded carry handles for easy carrying of your kayak. Neoprene handles are available for extra comfort.
2 drain holes– One for the fish hatch and one for the kayaks hull, these bungs are a simple screw in type and easy to open and close.
Paddle vinyl pad and elastic– a protective pad is used here to prevent the slipping around of your paddle when it is secured under the paddle elastic.The paddle elastic is shock cord with a clear tubing to keep your paddle secure on the vinyl pad. The mat also reduces the amount of scratching when slipping your paddle in and out of the elastic.
Stickers are used to give you a superior look and feel on the branding of the kayak.
Fibreglass fish hatch lid– This lid gives you easy access to a large central fish hatch. There is also a protective pad on the hatch lid which can be used for cutting your bait.
Central fish hatch– this is a very large central storage area used for stowing your rods and reels when launching and beaching in rough waters and of course as well as excellent storage for those big fish you catch. The hatch has a built in rod shoot which curves upwards so that when your rods are stored they can be kept above the fish and anything else you have in the hatch. View a video about ithere.
(New 2022) Transducer recess and Live bait well – this a new addition to our kayaks. There is an inlet and outlet in the bait well which allows fresh water to enter and old water to exit out the bottom of the kayak while you are paddling. This continuously change in water keeps the oxygen supply fresh and therefore your bait will stay alive for long period of time. The transducer recess allows for easier installation of sounders.
Shock Cord Rack System – Easy to use stretchy shock cord system allows you to place the butt of your rod under it to keep the rods up and out the way of anything inside the hatch. Reducing the chances of your prize rods and reels getting covered in fish slime and blood. This also prevents your rods of sliding forward when beaching.
Splash strip– this is used to secure your hatch lid to the kayak but also acting as a prevention for the waves forcing water under the lid when launching through the surf.
Hatch lever locks– these superior lever lock cam straps allow you to apply maximum pressure to your fish hatch lid when securing it closed. The fold over cam creates that extra pressure to make sure the least amount of water can get into your hatch if you accidentally roll over in your kayak.
Front drag/carry handle– Carefully positioned soft molded handle for easy dragging or holding of your kayak when going in too launch.
Completely adjustable rudder and pedal system– this adj pedal system is connected to a rudder with a rail system that can be easily adjusted to make sure you have maximum comfort when sitting in the kayak. Correctly positioned pedals can make a huge difference in the comfort of your kayak. The pedal system makes the kayak easy to steer using the under stern rudder.The rope clamps on the pedals also allow you to set your pedals at the best desired angle to keep them comfortable.
Self drainer holes– factory installed drain holes in your foot wells to allow easy release of the water that collects in and around your feet .There are neat covers with small hole that completes the ability of the foot wells to drain while paddling and moving forward.
Plastic cable caps– neat little cable caps to cover the cable piping on your rudder system. These neaten up and make the access to the cable pipe easy in case the need ever arises to work on the rudder cables.
Side carry handles– Soft molded carry handles to assist with the carrying, loading and unloading of your kayak. The handles can also be used for attaching your back rest or seat system to the kayak.
Trolling rod holders– 2 std 50 degree trawling rod holders used for placing your rods into while you want to paddle around and fish. The careful position and angle makes it simple to access and use while you paddle and manage your lines and bait. There are 2 easily accessible plastic saddles next to the rod holders used for rod leashes to secure your fishing rods. View a video about this here.
Large rear storage hatch- Rear hatch which has an 8 inch lid that can be easily opened and closed for simple access to the storage hatch. Plenty of space to store you extra tackle, lures, safety equipment and more.
Two standard rear upright rod holders. These rod holders are used for positioning those extra rods and reels ,we all like to take with. The more upright position of then rods makes them easy to access from your seated position in the kayak. View a video about this here.
Small recess and rear webbing for extra storage of any larger items you would like to take with. Can also be used for positioning and holding your bait box or live bait system.
Rudder cover– easy access from this cover to your rudder and rudder system.
Fibreglass rudder– Neatly designed small rudder that gives the kayak excellent turning and maneuverability.
This kayak is another very popular kayak in Australia - owing to its all-rounder nature. It is light, stable and cruises along quite nicely. The Ideal paddler is 80kg-105kg.