The next kayak to get a full review from Payne’s Paddle Fish will be the Native Slayer 12.
But wait! There’s more!
In addition to the Native Slayer 12, I will also be reviewing the Native Slayer 14.5
To add to that, I will also be testing the new front hatch cover for the Slayers and some other cool products after they are released in May.
First, I want to say thanks for all of you that voted in the polls and left comments and feedback. Whether it hailed from Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest or the Texas Fishing Forum, your voice was heard. This won’t be the last of the reviews either.
I would also like to introduce a new title for the reviews. The reviews that are on this sight will be branded as “The Truth. All of it.”
I won’t hide flaws. I won’t gush unless it’s worthy. If you have a product you can send me or I can pickup that you want reviewed, please let me know. Just understand that you will get valuable feedback that has been developed over a longer period of time than most. I spend a minimum of 40 days with a kayak and a minimum of 40 hours on the water in addition to another 20 in the garage and on the rack. I film, take pictures and thoroughly go over all the details. And you’ll get the truth. All of it. If you want it public, I can do that. If you want private feedback, I can do that as well. Just let me know.
I will pickup the Slayer 12 on April 20 and have it until the end of May. After that I’ll pickup the Slayer 14.5, hopefully the front hatch and should finish up by the end of July. I’ll be able to give feedback along the way with both but won’t do a full review until both kayak terms are completed. Yes, that is a long time.
I realize my review turn time is longer than most but I want to give you a thorough, thought out analysis of the pros and cons, not a weekend of paddling to give buyers advice.
Thanks for reading, commenting and recommending the Native Slayer.