The Pro Angler 12 is the most versatile fishing boat we’ve ever designed. When the angling agenda calls for a stable, capable and budget-friendly kayak, the Hobie Mirage Pro Angler 12 stands ready.
Its innovative rotomolded polyethylene hull form allows you to confidently stand and cast, and its fishing-specific deck configuration accommodates six rods (two vertically; four horizontally) while allowing immediate access to tackle. Generous bow stowage swallows gear, and the Livewell-ready, Bungee-secured stern cargo area increases versatility. A Turbo Fin-equipped MirageDrive enables efficient locomotion, and the adjustable Vantage Seat comfortably supports big adventures.
Adjustable seat-back with Boa® technology lumbar support.
The adjustable seat bottom folds up and out of the way to make more deck space available for stand-up fishing.
Derrières everywhere rejoice. The Vantage Seating system provides the comfort needed for long stretches out on the water. The seat-back, bottom, height, and lumbar-support are all easily adjustable.
For extra visibility, the Vantage Seat can be adjusted into a position five inches higher than the standard position.
Pivoting Tackle Management System
A rectangular hatch just in front of the seat conceals a mesh storage pocket and pivoting storage for two medium-sized Plano® tackle boxes (included). The storage area under the tackle boxes is also easily accessible.
Lowrance® Ready System
The Hobie Mirage Pro Angler 12 comes standard with a built-in transducer mount and pre-installed through-hull cable plugs. (Lowrance transducer not included. Shown, left, on the Mirage Sport.)
Additional Standard Features
4 Horizontal Rod Holders
Protect your rod tips. Hobie’s horizontal rod holders keep your rods out of the way.
Primary and secondary steering handles allow the boat to be steered from either the port or starboard sides of the boat.
Replaceable Mounting Boards
Mount fish-finders, rod-holders and other accessories to your boat without drilling holes in your hull.
A dolly takes the effort out of getting your boat down to water's edge.