The Feelfree Moken 14 is an off-shore fishing machine: fast enough to reach the fishing grounds and plenty of stability for fishing the flats. Capable and seaworthy in waves, the Moken 14 features a standing area for sight fishing, plenty of internal storage and Feelfree’s quick release modular Uni-Track system. An optional rudder helps with steering on windy days and Feelfree’s proven Wheel in the Keel makes it easy to roll from your pickup to put in.
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Review of Feelfree Moken 14 from Feelfree Kayaks Pro Staff Team Member Sibley “Scrib” Perry – Click here to read entire review
Sleek, stable, and even sexy!
Sleek, stable, and even sexy are words that could be used to describe the Feelfree Kayaks Moken 14. I simply just call it a kayak anglers dream from the sleek and fast tri-hull to the ample storage on deck and below. Even the small nuances such as built it tie-down straps on the rear tank well for securing your crate or cooler makes this is a very angler friendly kayak, and you can tell it was designed by fishermen for fishermen. Just walking up to it a few things will jump out at you. One of the first being the wheel in the keel. It makes moving this kayak around on hard ground a breeze. Just grab the front handle and wheel it around. I will say that on loose ground such as sand the wheel is not as helpful. When that problem arises just use your stand assist leash on the front handle and pull it. Speaking of the handles, that’s another noticeable thing about the Moken series. The handles are molded into the kayak making them very sturdy. No more nylon handles dry rotting and breaking on you at the worst time. On the rear, the handles are recessed on each side, and they have added a handle on top to make it easier to grab.
Storage? Wow-the Moken 14 provide lots of it!
I mentioned storage earlier, and wow does the Moken 14 provide lots of it. Starting at the front you have a large hatch that provides easy access to inside the hull. Plenty of room in there to store dry bags, battery boxes or slide in rods. The hatch is sealed with a nice o-ring and when closed is secured with the locking turn latches. Moving behind the front hatch topside you will see two small recessed areas between the front hatch and center hatch. One on each side. These give you an area to store small tackle boxes or possibly your battery box for electronics. The center hatch is rectangular and hinged. It swings open away from the angler providing ample dry storage and makes it easy for the angler to reach items. Click here to read the rest of this review.