Old Town fully outfitted the Sportsman Autopilot 120 Kayak with a saltwater-ready, 45-pound thrust motor and a Bluetooth-connected remote that provide hands-free navigation so you can cast more and paddle less. The remote features Autopilot navigation that adjusts the motor's speed and direction displayed on a sun-friendly screen, and Spot-Lock technology keeps the kayak in place when you've reached your destination. The motor is easily removable, and lift-assisted technology helps you lift the motor out of the water while launching or tracking in shallow water. Old Town included a battery box, and it's compatible with lead-acid or lithium-ion batteries. The kayak itself is fully featured with Old Town's premium seating, EVA floor pads, four rod holders, four accessory tracks, and ample pocketing for small and large necessities. The large rudder is controlled by the adjustable foot braces for hands-free tracking. The transducer mount accepts Fish Finders with thru-hull wiring for wire-free convenience. There are slots in front of the seat to hold a tournament catch tray channel so you can measure your catches. The spacious stern tankwell stores large coolers and boxes, and elastic bindings ensure a secure fit.
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