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Jackson Kayak Kilroy Angler 2015

Jackson Kayak Kilroy Angler 2015


The Jackson Kayak Kilroy Angler Kayak returns for 2015 with all the same fisherman-friendly features as its predecessors. Based on the Cuda 12, but tricked out for the zealous caster such as yourself, the Kilroy lowers your center of gravity with a sit-inside design for phenomenal stability while standing up and paddling on open water.

The roto-molded polyethylene hull is sculpted into a shape so similar to the Cuda 12 that you might think you've got the wrong boat. A shallow V hull helps this boat track like an arrow and cut through choppy water, without causing your sweat levels to rise.

Stealthily sidling close to shore is easy when the seat is lowered, while raising the seat gives you a clear view of what lies ahead. An abundantly open bow with a rock-solid standing platform gives you room to stand and strip your line, and if you need more room, you can switch the hard deck to the back to open up the cockpit.

Jackson loaded the Kilroy up with all kinds of functional features. The hard deck stores and organizes all of your fishing gear. The open bow swallows up dry bags, and you can store your paddle in plenty of places when casting, reeling, or just taking a break to enjoy the day. Internal sleeves secure your rods, so you don't fret about busting tips when you're powering toward the next hole. Four 8in YakAttack Gear Tracs come installed along the sides of this beauty so you can customize the boat to your liking.

Stable sit-inside fishing kayak with versatile modular set up

Shaped for maximum storage and stability for adaptable functionality

Stern-to-bow track system for complete customization

Strap Down gear track system to load your boat just the way you like

Integrated cord can tether whatever gear your adventure calls for

Internal storage keeps 4 rods secure in rod tubes

YakAttack rod staging solution accommodates any rod and reel

Padded Comfort Seat features ergonomic, robust frame for top comfort

Things we like

  • Strong and secure in its hold
  • You should have no trouble standing without falling over.
  • Seating that who can adjust with one hand.
  • Excellent space for the storage of equipment.
  • Being lightweight and easy to transport.

Things we don't like

  • The seat is difficult to remove from the vehicle.
  • No paddle keeper was placed.