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We have to thank everybody for a great season, and ask for patience.

We have had such a great season that we have sold out of Wavewalk W500 kayaks, and we have pre-sold 2 of the shipment that is due in early March.

The kayak fraternity has clicked on what a great craft the W500 is and we are desparate for kayaks.

If any W500 owner has decided that their fishing days are over, give us a call and I will connect you to some of the many people who contact us to see if we have any second hand units.

Summer is almost here

We are well on the way to a Summer which we all hope will be considerably better than last year with it’s endless strong North Westerlies.

We have had much greater interest in the Wavewalk W500 this year and have had several sales over the winter. I have done quite a few demos at the Hamilton lake, and one in Whangamata in deepest winter where we were able to demonstrate how you can launch the W500 in the sea while wearing jeans and sneakers and stay dry!

My most common “accessories” enquiries have been for wheels and outboard brackets which we don’t stock, but we are looking into having them available.

We are quite happy to fit rod holders and other components supplied by our clients, except for depth-sounder/fish finders. We don’t have enough knowledge to venture into electronics.

Please feel free to call us and organise a demonstration.

The Wavewalk Community

We are part of a growing community of distributors of these wonderful craft.

Check out the web sites of some of the other distributors


  1. Fishing Kayaks in Wisconsin
  2. Fishing Kayaks in Minnesota
  3. Fishing Kayaks in Arizona
  4. Fishing kayaks in Australia
  5. Fishing Kayaks in Oklahoma
  6. Fishing Kayaks in California, Los Angeles
  7. Fishing Kayaks in Houston, TX
  8. Fishing Kayaks in Key West, Florida
  9. Fishing Kayaks in Norway
  10. Florida Fishing Kayaks
  11. Fishing Kayaks in Florida, Palm Coast
  12. Kayak Fishing in Korea
  13. New Jersey Fishing Kayaks
  14. Ontario Fishing Kayaks
  15. Tennessee Fishing Kayak
  16. Texas Fishing Kayaks

A New Home for Wavewalk in New Zealand

Wavewalk have moved to Hamilton, and we now have a show-room areas in which to display our wonderful W500’s.

Our new contact details are on the contact  page, but here they are again.

Location – 6 Sheffield Street – Te Rapa – Hamilton.

This is also the location for

AllQuip Hire & Sales,

Tuff Gear (4WD equipment) and

Emmrod fishing rods

Do not get confused by the signage (at present there is none).

Our Phone and Contact details are.

Phone 07 849 2354

Cell 027 344 6361

Fax 07 849 2514.

Wheels and an Outboard Bracket for Ken

Ken from Katikati writes

I went out in the kayak for the first time this morning.The wind appeared to have eased off,so I went out from Beach Road at 8am.High tide was early this morning,so it wasn’t the best time to go, but I didn’t want to wait any longer
to try it.

I shall have to do some fine tuning in how I use it,but the bottom line is that I am thrilled with it,and it will get a lot more use than my Esprit.

I found it difficult to use the riding position,as I have extra long legs,so I ended up paddling in the sitting position,and felt quite happy with that,even though the wind got up and I ended up having to paddle into a 500mm chop and strong head wind..

I have very little padding on my rear end,so after 3 hours was a bit sore,so I think a padded seat must be my next project,which might also make it easier to use the riding position.

On the way back I decided to try standing up,and ended up flat on my back both times!!! This was because I wear Neoprene boots when paddling,and they are smooth soled and just too slippery .

So another project will be a non-slip finish on the inside bottom of the hull[or on my boots.!!!!!!]

I have fitted  a plate to attach the electric outboard,but have yet to wire up the battery packs,so that is a test for another day.

I will attach some photos of my set up,and will send more once I have tried the motor.

Once again,thank you very much for the handles,which I am sure will make it easier for me to lift the kayak.


Kens Wheels

And the wheels attached to the kayak

The clever way Ken has dealt with fixing his wheels in place.

And Kens Outboard bracket