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Native Slayer Propel Max 10 Kayak


The Max 10 with the SpringBlade Rudder System is the most compact full featured boat on the market.
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The Max 10 with the SpringBlade Rudder System is the most compact full featured boat on the market. This fishing kayak will fit in the bed of a truck but has many of the features of it’s bigger sibling, the Slayer Max Propel 12.5. The Max 10 flawlessly combines features and size, making this kayak like no other on the market.


10′ / 307cm


34.15″ / 86 cm


75 LBS / 34 kg


97 LBS / 35 kg


14.65″ / 33 cm


400lbs. / 181 kg


  1. Propel Pedal Drive 701 Series
  2. Dual Horizontal Rod Storage
  3. Dual Electronics Switch Mounting Plates
  4. Rotomolded Bow Hatch Cover with Battery Storage and Transducer Access
  5. Transducer Mounting Plate on Hull
  6. Under-Seat Tackle Storage Drawer
  7. Anti-Slip Standing Pads
  8. Hand-Sewn Adjustable Seating
  9. Ample Groove Track for Accessory and Sidekick Mounting
  10. Three molded in rod holders
  11. SpringBlade Rudder System Included on 2023 Model!
  12. Easy Stern Mounting for a Power-Pole Micro or Motor
  13. Split Paddle Storage
  14. Scupper Plugs Throughout
  15. BMX Style Grips
  16. Dual Side Tackle Storage Areas

Amazing Watercraft. Amazing Service.

Rated 5.0 out of 5

At the 2024 Cancast Show I picked up a Slayer Max Propel 10 and I have zero regrets. I had lots of questions and a huge amount of anxiety about making an investment of this magnitude without trying the product, instead trusting the reviews, and Peter.

It is the start of June and I have done 6 trips 5 to 7 hours each. The boat although solid in construction is easy for my 50 year old bad back to load and unload from my F150 short box pickup in about 15 mins, with all gear and tackle.

6 hours on the water goes by in the blink of an eye. Haven’t been focused too much on fishing yet, enjoying cruising around at a very comfortable 5-6km/h.

Standing took a minute to get used to, but once I got my sea legs I was able to stand, cast, retrieve and even paddle around while standing. Not sure I would be comfortable fighting a Musky while standing or standing in rough water, but I am super impressed with the stability.

Was able to easily mount my Grarmin Striker 4 Transducer and it remains well protected by the boat design.

Everything was as promised. If I had a cottage and left the Kayak by the dock, I would likely upsize to the 12 foot. But for moving solo this boat is the perfect compromise of stability and portability.

Zero regrets about my purchase, except maybe that I didn’t do it sooner.

Jason Goddard

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