My new 2017 Jackson Big Rig (warranty replacement for a Jackson Cuda LT). My Big Rig is blond and blue eyed like my wife. It also has some brown mixed in making this sort of a light colored version of a camouflage.
Pretty much just stock here, as it came from the factory. All I have added so far is an Anchor Wizard I already owned, then I made a chain anchor that hangs down in a hole designed for a drag anchor.
The stand-up bar is standard and so is the back pack on the rear of the seat. I don't think I have ever seen a kayak so geared up and ready to go for fishing. Stick a couple of Plano tackle boxes on each side of the seat in a provided area (cool) and grab 4,5, 6 rods: two behind you, one on each side horizontal, then I have two up front to rest my rods when not it use. Off you go.
Next up? I already have a 55 lbs. thrust TM and an Optima Blue Top battery . . . so, I am heading over to see Kevin Dismuke this weekend for one of his TM mounts. Why? This is a great, well I think a super great kayak for slow rivers and streams, ponds, smallish lakes, inshore and more . . . but if I want to cross miles and miles to the other side of my lake and some others, it's pretty slow (98 lbs. with seat, 13'2" and 37 or 38" wide. I'll have an option for power to use at times.
That is a C-Tug cart under it. Fabulous.