Coosa Elite Kayak 2013
Out of Stock Product Number: 26194
The Jackson Coosa Kayak is a fisherman's dream. Stability, durability and specialization to the fisherman’s needs are the three answered objectives of the Coosa’s unique design. The wider hull design, Stability and Standability, Hi/Lo seat setup, deck arrangement with numerous paddle/rod staging and holding options, and the unique secondary edges designed by World Champion Jackson Kayak engineers make the Coosa the most stable craft on the water. Build with elite plastic molding, as designed for whitewater kayakers, the Coosa can withstand anything an angler can throw at it; Couple that with outstanding and unique fishing features and you have simply the best all round fishing kayak out there.
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- Weight Capacity: 375lbs.
- Removable Elite Hi/Lo Seat
- Lockable bow and stern hatches that can store fishing rods up to 11ft
- Day hatch for accessories
- Adjustable foot pegs
- 23 inch wide, non slick standing platform
- Drag chain/anchor recess
- Rod stagers and flush mount rod holders
- Paddle stager and paddle holder
- Cup holder
- Tackle storage under seat
- Replaceable skid plate on keel
- Large tankwell with bungee
- Superlinear polyethylene hull
- New closeable underside pocket/rod stager on underside of seat
- New Removable rear utility bag on seat
- New Jackson Kayak long load safety flag included
- New Stand-assist strap included
- New heavy duty seat attachment bar
- New color schemes
Made In USA
Weight: 63 lbs (w/o seat), 67 lbs (w/ seat)
Dimensions: 11'3x 31.5" inches (hull) 23 inches
Vendor ProductId: 2013 COOSA
Review ProductId: 26194
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