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Simply the most versatile fishing and hunting kayak on the market. Our unique hull design provides anglers with the most stable and comfortable experience possible on the water. Anglers have the option of easily fishing from a seated or standing position. The open deck makes moving freely around the craft a breeze. Large tank wells at the bow and stern provide plenty of storage space for all of your gear. KC Kayaks come standard with flush mount rod holders, dry storage hatch, and a seat. Our unique track system means your KC Kayak can easily be outfitted to suit your needs with plenty of space for mounting a GPS, extra rod holders, and other kayaking accessories. Anglers can also add a motor mount to convert this paddlecraft into a motorized kayak.

KC Kayaks are thermoformed ABS, which makes our kayaks lighter and more abrasion resistant than our rotomolded polyethylene competitors.


      Easy carry comfort grip handles
  • 02. Shotgun rest+
      Shotgun Butt and Barrel placeholders molded into deck
  • 03. dry storage hatch+
      Quarter turn dry hatch with removable bucket
  • 04. modular rail system+
      Allows for adjustable seating, also rail systems are compatible with all aftermarket track accessories
  • 05. comfort deck pads+
      SeaDek non skid comfort pads
  • 06. self-bailing scuppers+
      8 self bailing scuppers for quick draining
  • 07. reverseable seat+
      Allows for a high or low seating position
  • 08. 2-flush mount rod holders+
      2 standard flush mount rod holders with watertight gasket covers
  • 09. large bow and stern cargo+
      Plenty of open deck storage.
  • 10. trolling motor compatible+
      V-lock quick release bracket for easy trolling motor removal
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The K12 is not your run of the mill “stand up” fishing kayak. With the largest open and flat deck on the market, the K12 gives anglers the ability to stand COMFORTABLY and move freely while fishing. Due to the lightweight ABS construction and unique tunnel hull design, the craft paddles with an ease uncommon to kayaks with similar stability.


Versatility may be the K12’s finest attribute. As the seasons change, so do the needs of the outdoor enthusiast. The K12 is now offered featuring Realtree Camouflage patterns that will ensure this craft is perfect for both fishing and hunting. Once again, the open and flat deck easily converts the K12 to a layout duck blind by simply removing the seat. Meanwhile, large open tank wells in the bow and stern leave room for all of your gear and your best hunting dog to travel with you.



LENGTH 12 ft
BEAM 34 in.
WEIGHT 63 lbs.
DRAFT 2-4 in.
SEATING 1-2 people
CAPACITY 450 lbs.


An overcast and windy day, it didn’t look like Corey, his fiancee Katherine and I were in for a great one. We left Baton Rouge around very early and hit the water about 7:30. We launched off of Tidewater Road and picked up a couple reds jigging Gulp! Among some cypress knees on the way into the Wagon Wheel. A thick cloud cover made me think a black/chartreuse Mirrolure She-Dog might be fun. I started working the topwater through the calm water on the backside of a small grass island. As a red surfaced and slurped at the lure, I forced myself to freeze, waiting not for the strike, but for the pull. We all saw him get it on the second try, and things were immediately looking up. Fighting the wind, the three of us posted up behind some Roseau Cane on the edge of the wheel and began casting out into the open. Immediately, trout were slamming Gulp! of all colors. The only problem was Katherine seemed to be catching them all. As we fished this one spot, we picked up 20 very nice specks with only one throwback. To boot, casting closer to the bank in the piece of calm water on the backside of a point resulted in very nice 25″-27″ reds. Even drum and flounder were pulled out of this spot.We saw the sun once, but fish were everywhere and we stopped by about 2pm once trout began escaping from the cooler.

- Jay Potter, Venice, The Wagon Wheel, LA

Sitting in the middle of 600 foot deep Lake Fontana, Jared and Daniel would be the first to push “The Scout” to its limits. Loaded with gear, the boat managed to hold everything needed for a two-man camping excursion: two 60-liter backpacks, two fishing rods, a small ice chest and a medium-sized dry bag for their tents and sleeping bags. The goal for the first day was an exploratory five mile paddle to end up on their destination island, where the two would set up a full campsite and spend two nights. The goal for the second day was to fish and do absolutely nothing. At 16.5 feet long and weighing 78 pounds, the Scout is a true tandem sit-on-top kayak that can be dragged by one, or easily carried by two. When the guys reached their island, there was nowhere to safely dock; and the water was rising a foot every night because of the heavy runoff from all surrounding streams. No problem, as they hauled the boat 20 feet up the sheer rocky shoreline. After a weekend on the water, the Scout had been tested and approved. Stability was no problem, nor was space to fit all that gear, and after 10+ miles of paddling, the guys were already planning their next trip.

- Jared and Daniel, Lake Fontana, NC