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Hobie Mirage Outback

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Put more fish in the boat with the Hobie Mirage Outback.The foot-powered MirageDrive® system means your fishingpole stays in your hands so you're always ready to set thehook. With its 400-pound capacity, three hatches for in-hullstorage, handy on-deck utility trays, and four molded-in rodholders, there's room for plenty of tackle. Now you're ready toget to fish that have never seen a lure. Outback Video

Specifications:

Length: 12' 1" / 3.68 m
(Rudder in "up" position adds 6.5")
Width: 33" / 0.84 m
Weight: 62lbs / 28.12 kg
Mirage Drive Weight: 7.2 lbs./3.27 kg.
Capacity: 400 lbs / 181.8 kg

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Features:
>> MirageDrive® pedaling system
>> Hand-controlled rudder with kick-up feature
>> Seamless roto-molded polyethylene hull
>> Self-draining cockpit scuppers
>> Acres of internal storage, fore and aft
>> 3 Hatches: Two 8" and a large forward flip hatch
>> Deluxe 2-piece paddle with 2 on-deck storage locations
>> 4 Molded-in rod holders>> 2 Molded-in drink holders
>> Molded-in storage wells all around the cockpit
>> Hobie Gear Bucket
>> Hobie Dry Bag
>> Water Bottle

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adam hayes

About the Author: Adam Hayes is an avid kayak angler and the Co. Founder of YakAngler.com. He enjoys spending time on the water with his friends and family and really just about anything than involves growing the sport of kayak fishing.

 

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