I use the Wike Woody Wagon to tow my 14'7" canoe 3-10+ miles depending on where I want to go.
I tow my Burley Flatbed Utility Trailer to work almost daily
and what I have found is, that the canoe with all my stuff in it for a day of duck hunting and bass fishing is a looong
trailer. My Townie3, being my most stable bike, does the best job of towing it, over my other four bikes. My road bike is pretty much a lost cause for this. No hills here, but one or another sand road is unavoidable to get to any of my destinations.
This boat ramp is almost exactly three miles from the house and the shortest ride I have to get to the river, but I can go to other sections of the river, or hit the bay.
This trailer disassembles and packs into an optional bag sold by Wike. With that, I can take the bike and trailer with me and take out somewhere else, but his may not be feasible with a kayak.
Besides being the most stable bike I have, with the Townie I can wear whatever I want for hunting and/or fishing and don't have to worry about changing clothes when I transition from the bike.