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Jackson Coosa FD #12672950
03/15/18 12:20 AM
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Lynn Offline OP
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Anybody got one that can provide some feedback?

Thanks

Re: Jackson Coosa FD [Re: Lynn] #12673427
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Re: Jackson Coosa FD [Re: Lynn] #12673512
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Lynn, I don't own one but do have a Jackson Big Rig. If you go to Jackson's website, it does a good job of outlining each vessel's general attributes and standard equipment.

Generally speaking, what I have noticed about Jacksons is they come really well equipped right off the showroom floor, more standard equipment that you'd have to pay extra for on many other makes and models. And, these after-market purchases can really add up. Too, I think Jackson kayaks just look good. Like Predator PDLs and several others, they just look better, more "muscular" than some others. PAs are really great fishing kayaks, but they look dated and clunky to my eye.

For a pedal kayak in that length range, this one would be near the top of my list.

Brad

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