Is sit-in or sit on better for fishing?
Sit-on-top kayaks are the top choice of kayak among fishermen. They are extremely stable boats with a lower learning curve in proficiency and safety than sit-in fishing kayaks. They even make models stable enough to stand on while fishing.
Can you fish out of a sit-in kayak?
The sit-in kayaks that would be most appropriate for fishing have very large cockpits to facilitate easy gear access and exit/entry while on the water. Even with a large cockpit, it will be harder to get out of a sit-in kayak if you decide to wade.
Which kayak is most stable?
Pontoon hulls are the most stable kayak hull type and they provide great primary stability. Calm water, sit-on-top recreational kayaks and fishing kayaks use pontoon hulls for their excellent stability. The disadvantage of Pontoon hulls is that they’re slow and lack maneuverability.
Are kayaks worth the money?
Over the medium- to long-term, kayaks are as good as gold. It may even be worth buying a warehouse full of them. The financial data is solid, but the major benefits of owning a kayak are the intangibles that your accountant will never itemize.