I am slowly making my kayak a "fishing" kayak.
I was in a big sporting goods store last summer and they had the "Pelican Pursuit 80" Pelican International inc.
on sale for a very good price. My wife commented, "You've been wanting a kayak, you should buy one at that price." With that suggestion from her, and the fact I had more than enough cash in my pocket, I brought one home with me.
It's capacity is not great (200#), but leaves me room for enough extras for a day trip. I added a fly rod holder and a set of paddle holders. Still haven't decided on the best option for equipment storage, but I think I'll add some eye bolts for bungee cords on the back.
It's not a true "fishing kayak" but that doesn't stop me from hitting the local lake and some farm ponds with it and my fly rod.
Got up Sunday morning and the thought hit me I haven't had it out yet this summer. Loaded it in the back of my Ford Ranger (it fits easily in the 6' bed and at 26# is easy to load) and headed for the local lake.
Fishing wasn't great, but I did manage several nice 'gills along the shorelines that aren't accessible to bank bound anglers. (I've never seen any boaters fishing for much other than bass in that lake)
One big advantage IMO is the fact it's so light & portable I'm not limited to the one boat launch ramp on the small lake. I can park in any of the parking areas close to the water and just pack it a few yards and toss it in.
Sunday morning I even had a bank bound angler ask me if I could unhook his lure from a partially submerged tree he had cast too close to. I managed to free his lure and got a big "thanks" for my effort.
Didn't have my good camera along, but used the cell phone to capture the image of a "typical" bluegill. Not huge (average was around 8"), but fun on the little 6'6" Lamiglas 3wt stick.