Another unique feature of the Lynx besides its design is the use of a cartridge system on the rudder, drink holder and rudder controls. Using a button, these parts can be easily removed and in the case of the drink holder/rudder controls they can be swapped to either side of the seat.
Due to its width of about 36", I had to move the mounting points outward for my ratchets, never had a kayak this wide before. Just need to adjust my trailer, that is all. Might be a breeze load in the back of my truck and leave the trailer at home.
On the water this craft is quick and with its rudder turning sharper and its shorter length, I be could turn so fast I could fall out, need to be aware of this as my other kayak is the 16' Revolution. Its a pretty noisy craft as the waves make it pound due to the design of the bow. Larger waves would go over the bow but would drain quickly down the Mirage Drive. A following sea I would imagine water coming over the stern and maybe pushing the craft, I need to be aware of how I store stuff on the deck. I brought along a dry bag to store my stuff that can't get wet such as phone, keys and wallet. There is no below deck storage. In my case this craft could compliment my Revolution 16 fishing the marsh and back lakes. I could easily stand up due to this kayaks stability and higher seat position. This not only serves to see fish in the water, but also lets me extend my time fishing due to being able to stretch. I can also see if there are no fish!
The Lynx exceeded my expectations as I have been searching for years for a craft like this and using my Hobie accessories.
In the end I put down my deposit and ordered one.
Here is a link to describe this craft in detail.