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Sportsman Autopilot 120
Old Town Canoe & Kayak

$3,799.99

Description and Details

Description     Specs

The Old Town Sportsman AutoPilot 120 motorized kayak leverages Minn Kota's Spot-Lock technology; motoring you to your fishing spot faster, and holding your position over the hole. Command the kayak with a touch of your thumb using the Bluetooth connected i-Pilot remote. - The saltwater-ready 45 lb. thrust 12V Minn Kota motor gets you effortlessly there and back - Spot-Lock technology holds your kayak in position despite wind and current. Maintain your position while keeping your hand free to cast, fight a fish or change lures. - Motor combines with foot brace steering for truly hands-free fishing and exceptional maneuverability - Premium seating for all day comfort. Dual-layer Textilene is durable, UV resistant and easy to clean. A mid-layer of 3D mesh adds comfort without inhibiting Textilene's natural breathability. Position seat high or low in the kayak. Removable for transport - Large open cockpit and aft tank well provides a platform that is easy to organize with plenty of room to fish! - Four 18" tracks enable easy on/off mounting of accessories - Two forward-facing and two rear-facing flush mount rod holders are there when you want them, and out-of-the-way when you don't - Non-slip EVA foam deck pads provide traction and stand-up comfort - Equipped with shallow water anchor mounting inserts - Tournament-ready channels secure your fish measuring board with in-hull storage when not in use. Measuring board not included

Materials

Single Layer Polyethylene
Weight: 152lbs

  Most plastic kayaks are rotationally-molded from a class of plastics called polyethylene. Each class has its own characteristics, Old Town constructs canoes and kayaks in two different methods: the single layer method, which is the more common way to mold boats, and the triple layer method, which stacks an outside layer, a middle layer that has a foaming agent in it for floatation, and a thin inside layer to seal it up. Lighter weight boats are usually single-layer. They give you a good value and are tough and impact-resistant.