Have you ever arrived at a lake or beach and wished the adventure could continue where the road ends? Our True Kit Tactician has been designed for you. It is made to go places where other boats can't. Motorhome? Back seat of your small car? Planes? NO PROBLEM - the Tactician will fit.
So fast and easy to set up you can go from parking lot to fishing within minutes. So light that even one person can handle it easily, but with enough carrying capacity to really load it up when you want to. So stable that you don't get that dreaded kayak-tippy feeling, you can actually stand up to cast out. The Tactician can be rowed or effortlessly powered by the smallest of outboards.
Think of the Tactician as a hybrid - merging the best of the tinny and the kayak. They are ideal for sneaking around coastal areas without scaring all the fish away - the fish will barely sense you are there. Designed to be accessorised with rod holders, fish finders, tackleboxes, drift shutes and insulated fish cooler bags. The Railblaza RibPorts are standard fittings that the oars lock into, but also the rod holders. The inflatable Tactician rows really well due to it's low resistance hull design.
We have used the best inflatable technology - German-made Mehler Valmex® with thermo-welded seams, to create one of the safest boats you can venture out in. Mehler have been producing the highest quality textiles for over 60 years. Their materials are proven and that's why we use them. These boats have been extensively tested in rugged New Zealand conditions to ensure they are up to the job. As part of the True Kit quality range they are backed with a 5 year warranty. They have 4 separate air compartments are are virtually unsinkable.
The Tactician is the ultimate portable boat to suit motorhome owners or people who have loved kayak fishing, but now prefer something more comfortable, safer, faster. We make 3 sizes and offer grey or camo. It's our most portable boat ever. Now you can fit your boat anywhere, so take it everywhere. Keep the adventure going where the road ends.
Read the NZ Fishing News Review by John Eichelsheim here