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Native Watercraft Slayer Propel 13 - 2018

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101.00 LBS
$60.00 (Fixed shipping cost)

Product Description

Introducing the 2018 Native Slayer Propel 13

New for 2018 -  Slayer Propel comes with front bow hatch cover and 2 flush rod holders behind seat, stand assist strap and tool management kit.


$60 shipping most of the USA

 1. Hands free fishing just got better with the Slayer 13 Propel. This model has the same open deck layout and fast stable hull as our popular Slayer series plus, an extra large rudder for quick maneuverability. Our unique Propel system is the only pedal drive system that can be pedaled in reverse, an essential capability when battling the catch of the day. 


Length:13' 2" 


Weight:101 lbs total (82 lbs without the seat and propel)

Depth @ Beam:13"

Capacity: 400 lbs


The YakAttack BlackPak fits prefectly on the stern of the Slayer Propel too!!



Note: Shipping price is only good for the contiguous United States. Non U.S.A please call for shipping quote.


Shipping Note: We currently use Old Dominion Freight http://www.odfl.com/index.shtml for shipping. We usually get your kayak shipped out within 48 hours if we have in stock. We will forward you tracking after your kayak ships.


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Product Reviews

  1. 2016 Native Slayer Propel 13 review and stability test 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 20th Feb 2017

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  2. Native Slayer Propel beats Mariner Propel 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 26th Mar 2015

    I have owned a Mariner Propel since 2012 and have enjoyed every minute spent on the water fishing, touring, cruising, camping....etc.
    It was such a stable platform that I was able to place both of my daughters and myself on the kayak for fishing adventures in Florida. one on the back and one on the front. My daughter on the front closed out an inshore Grand Slam last summer on the flats. Redfish, Seatrout, Flounder and Snook all in one afternoon on the front of my Mariner Propel. These have been great trips and great memories. I was convinced the MAriner Propel was the best thing on the water. I also owned another kayak (hobie Outback Hank Parker) and used it quite often when friends and my wife came along. The Outback is a quality kayak equipped with the Turbo fins....but everyone wanted to use the Mariner after they compared the two during usage. I eventually sold the Hobie and ordered another Native. I got the new Slayer propel....... WOW!
    I spent over 6 hours on the Slayer my forst trip and caught 10 different species of fish off of Tampa Florida!! What a day and what a Kayak! I never thought I would look at my Mariner as an inferior fishing machine.... Hands down the absolute best! The Slayer is everything you want in a fishing kayak. I even put my 120 pound wife in the back and she was incredibly comfortable and the kayak was even more stable than the Mariner.
    I will be replacing my Mariner soon for another Slayer from the guys at Delaware Paddlesports. They were awesome to work with when I purchased my first Slayer this past February. I will definitely get the next one from them.