I love my ultimate 14.5 tandem. It's more like a canoe than your normal sit-on-top which provides tons of room for whatever. I have three little girls so I can drop the extra seat in and take one with me for a quick trip or if I'm going solo I adjust the seat position and I'm ready to roll. The seats are crazy comfortable compared to most other sot's. I rigged mine out with 3 scotty rod holders and an anchor trolley and it's great for fishing. Tracks well and very stable. I have two other boats (WS Ride and Perception Caster) and I'll choose the Native every time. Hope that helps. If you have any specific questions, just let me know.
Allergic2Addiction Native Ultimate 14.5 12.5 Caster Wilderness Systems Ride
Great boat and VERY comfortable seat. I fished one several times but the only deterrent for me was there isn't a scupper. When water is in the boat, then water is in the boat. Look at the Wilderness Systems Ride 135 too.
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I love my 14.5 tandem. I always paddle from the rear seat position. The boat is still plenty manueverable, fast and stable like that. for flat water, it's the one to have in my opinion. You can swamp it however so I'm sketched about the boat wakes on the ICW. I bought a paddle board so I could stand up paddle; then I tried the long paddle standing up in the ultimate. I actually like the ultimate for stand up paddling as much as my $1,200 Holua board. Once I get on the flats, the ultimate is the ultimate. Getting there isn't always so ultimate. O.C.