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Old Town "Predator MK Minn Kota"

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Old Town "Predator MK Minn Kota"

Kayak Make & Model

Brand:
Old Town
MSRP ($):
2,999.99
Length (ft):
13

Anglers who are familiar with the Predator 13 and MX kayaks from Old Town will be glad to hear that the Predator MK packs the same innovative features along with a few extras. The most notable addition is its Modular Console System, which allows you to swap and change between three different consoles depending on your needs. The kayak includes the Minn-Kota Console with 45 lb variable thrust motor, while the other two, a utility console and exo-ridge console, are available as separate purchases.

The Minn-Kota Console allows for hands-free navigation and trolling while steering forward or in reverse. Its anodized and zinc-coated metals make it saltwater grade, but it is also safe thanks to its dual kill-switches. Three seating positions, designed for fishing, standing up or traveling means you don’t have to compromise and can remain comfortable at all times. Customization is not an issue either with the Predator MK as it has six removable mounting plates, which enables you to make changes without the need for any drilling. Thanks to its slip-resistant deck you’ll also be able to stay dry out on the water and the side mount paddle storage frees up additional space on the deck.

The Predator MK doesn’t skimp on storage either with its Exo-Ridge tank well, dual tackle holders and large bow hatch, complete with Click Seal Cover. Finally, you’ll find it also has all the necessities, such as scupper holes, rod tip holders and rod retainer bungees. If you are looking for a kayak that can give you ore options about where you can fish then the Predator MK is worth some serious consideration.

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