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2019 Paddling
Buyer's Guide

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2019 Paddling
Buyer's Guide

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The first Old Town canoe was built in Old Town, Maine, along the Penobscot River. Little did we know, it was the beginning of an incredible century-long journey. Some of our oldest boats are still navigating the world’s waterways. Meanwhile, our newest creations steer us in novel directions, pushing the boundaries of performance and comfort with innovative materials and design. All are born out of the same century-long tradition of quality craftsmanship that make every day on the water unforgettable. Whether you’re fishing, sea kayaking, canoe tripping, or enjoying a relaxing paddle on the lake, there’s an Old Town watercraft for every type of adventurer.

Overview

The most advanced pedal-powered kayak of its kind just got an upgrade! The award-winning Predator PDL gets you to your favorite fishing spot fast, and keeps you there without paddling. With forward, reverse, maneuverability and stability, you'll experience precise boat control while your hands remain free to focus on fishing. The removable pedal drive installs in seconds and tips up instantly for shallow water docking.
MSRP
$2499 USD

Highlights

  • Keep your belongings dry and within reach in east-to-open QuickSeal hatch
  • Six accessory plates with built-in tracks for easy accessory mounting
  • Internal battery case and built-in transducer scupper
  • Lighter, easier to control and maneuver composite rudder that won't bend
  • Non-slip EVA foam deck for safe stand-up fishing

Available Colours

  • Red
  • Green
  • Tan
  • Brown

The first Old Town canoe was built in Old Town, Maine, along the Penobscot River. Little did we know, it was the beginning of an incredible century-long journey. Some of our oldest boats are still navigating the world’s waterways. Meanwhile, our newest creations steer us in novel directions, pushing the boundaries of performance and comfort with innovative materials and design. All are born out of the same century-long tradition of quality craftsmanship that make every day on the water unforgettable. Whether you’re fishing, sea kayaking, canoe tripping, or enjoying a relaxing paddle on the lake, there’s an Old Town watercraft for every type of adventurer.

Features & Specifications

Overview
  • Model Year: 2019
  • Category: Kayaks
  • Kayak Type: Sit On Top, Fishing
  • Paddlesport: Kayaking
  • Number of Paddlers: Solo
  • Structure: Rigid or Hard
  • Propulsion: Paddle, Pedal
  • Best Used For: Fishing
  • Intended Waterway: Lakes, Ponds & Inshore
Specifications
  • Length: 13' 2" / 401.3 cm
  • Width: 36" / 91.4 cm
  • Weight: 117 lb / 53.1 kg
  • Capacity: 500 lb / 226.8 kg
Features
  • Primary Material: Rotomolded Plastic
  • Hull Shape: Shallow Arch
  • Rudder or Skeg: Rudder
  • Self Bailing: Yes
  • Bulkheads: Bow
  • Number of Hatches: 1
  • Storage: Bow Hatch, Stern Tankwell, Cockpit Console
Outfitting
  • Outfitting: Back Rest
  • Seat: Adjustable, High-Low Seat
  • Standing Platform: Yes
  • Rigging: Deck Rigging, Accessory Rails, Accessory Plates, Fish Finder Ready, Rod Holder(s), Cup Holder, Carry Handles, Grab Handles, Drain Plug
Colors: First Light, Smoke Camo, Green Camp, Black Cherry

What Users Are Saying

This kayak was designed by anglers for anglers. Spending a day fishing in it is a breeze and a lot of fun, but it doesn't stop there. You don't even have to fish to enjoy time spent in this thing. Its powerful PDL drive and maneuverability makes it the kind of kayak anyone can enjoy, even at a leisurely level.

- Thomas Allen, Bassmaster
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