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Jackson Kayak Coosa FD Kayak - 2019

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    Pedal to the fishing spot.

    Catch the biggest fish using foot propulsion with the Jackson Coosa FD Kayak with Flex Drive. A wide, stable hull and 12ft 7in length allow the Coosa to perform well on both rivers and lakes. With a sit-on-top design, the boat is stable enough to stand on while fishing, but it is also fitted with a hi/lo seating system that allows you to pop a squat when your legs get tired. While seated, the High Ergo Seat keeps your back supported while the MOLLE system keeps you cool  thanks to a breathable 3D mesh fabric. And, by using the FD, you can propel with your feet, leaving your hands free to cast, reel, and retrieve all the whoppers that are just a few feet below. 

    Like all Jackson fishing kayaks, the Coosa comes equipped with multiple angling accessories, so you can rig this boat up to lasso some fish right out of the box. A large hull storage area will accommodate dry bags full of camping gear, extra PFDs, and rods, and it can be locked when you're on the road. Meanwhile, a smaller day hatch keeps your phone, lunch, camera, and other daily essentials close at hand. Below the seat are two molded storage areas that will secure the included Plano tackle box, and behind that, a large rear tankwell with bungees is a great place to stash a dry box or cooler. A Ram rod tube keeps your go-to rod secure as you navigate rapids, and the pre-set GoPro mounts let you attach your GoPro, so you can document that big old fish you land when nobody is around.
    • Fishing kayak for nimble pursuits on flat or slow-moving water
    • Flex Drive lets you propel with your feet
    • Wide hull area increases stability while casting and paddling
    • Scupper holes are compatible with transducers and fish-finders
    • Hatch, tankwell, and hull store gear for all-day trips
    • Paddle stager and Ram Rod holder are included
    • Upgradable to a motor drive system (sold separately)
    • Item #JAK004M

    Tech Specs

    Hull Material
    polyethylene
    Length
    12ft 7in
    Width
    35in
    Maximum Load
    450lb
    Seat
    High Ergo, MOLLE
    Paddler Skill
    intermediate
    Claimed Weight
    [without drive] 102lb, [with drive and seat] 115lb
    Recommended Use
    flatwater paddling, ocean paddling, river paddling
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited

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    More Work than Pleasure

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I tried to give this pedal drive kayak the benefit of the doubt after trying it on the water twice. It was very disappointing. The thing is ultra heavy at over 100# w/o gear. The pedals ride very high and you must put the seat in high position to get enough torque to push them through the water. It was very hard to pedal. I have nothing to compare it to as far as pedal drive, but it is hard to fathom that any other kayak would be so hard to pedal. The finishing touches on it are also disappointing. The pin that holds the seat in position could not be removed without a pliers. Once I did that, the holes had to be redrilled, right out of the box. There is also a poorly designed "pan" that sits under seat and does nothing but hold water w/o any holes to drain the water. Not even sure what its purpose might be. I have owned 2 other Jackson fishing kayaks and was very happy with them. I sold both of them to make way for this beast .and I made a huge mistake. I shipped it back and it cost me $349 as R/T shipping was not refunded but Backcountry was great.