When you want to get away from the riff raff, find a nice stretch of open water and just catch some fish--whether it be on a fly, lure, or chunk of cheese depending on the day and what the fish are feeding on--and there isn't a better boat to do just that than the Old Town Loon 126 Angler Kayak.Fully rigged for a full day on the water, the Loon 126 comes with two flush-mounted rod holders, bungee deck rigging, and a water-tight Click Seal stern hatch for added gear and tackle storage. Old Town gave the Loon 126 its top-of-the-line Active Comfort System 2. 0 seat--a padded, adjustable, ventilated, and supportive seating system--for long-lasting comfort when you're spending upwards of eight to ten hours a day out on the lake. Old Town even threw in adjustable foot braces and thigh pads for a more comfortable and responsive paddling feel. And to keep up with the times, Old Town added a revolutionary new workdeck with a built-in USB port and storage.Also new this year, Old Town gave the Loon a sleek new hull design which is both zippy and forgiving, with extra width and volume adding stability. A sharp keep line gives the Loon the ability to track well across wide-open lakes and maneuver into those tight fishing holes where bass and big trout love to hide from would-be anglers. Since this particular version of the Loon has been designed specifically for fishing, Old Town added an anchor trolley system, making it easy to deploy and retrieve a small anchor when want to post up on a hole, and it added a paddle clip to keep your paddle on board as you make a cast to that bass you spot boiling just off the bank.
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Old Town Loon 126 Angler Kayak - 2019
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