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When Perception Pescador Pilot 12 first came out, it was one of the most affordable pedal-driven fishing kayaks on the market. But with all the new models entering the sub-$2000 niche, it becomes harder for the Pescador to hold its ground.
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$1,799.00
Stability
8
Speed
7
Tracking
8
Comfort
6
Features
7
Portability
7
PROS:
  • Stable
  • Good capacity
  • Seat is trimmable
  • Transducer ready
CONS:
  • No dry storage
  • No in-hull storage
  • No high/low seat positions
  • Drive screws can come loose
  • Rod holders are too shallow and wide
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Slightly longer and wider than the original Coosa, the Coosa HD is ready for almost any fish on almost any water. While still good for rivers, it also performs better on flat waters. Upgrades from the Coosa include hinged hatch covers, rod tip protectors, Power-Pole compatibility, and more.
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Crescent sought to create a vessel that has all the skinny-water capabilities of a kayak with the power of an outboard motor that can get you much farther and faster than any paddle ever could. Their Solo Skiff is a one-of-a-kind boat that means no water is off limits. It’s made from rotomolded plastic, which lets it ride very shallow in the water like most kayaks. Equipped with your choice of a 5 HP motor, you’ll be able to cruise anywhere you want and expand your reach into any body of water.
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Stability
10
Speed
9
Tracking
8
Comfort
7
Features
9
Portability
5
PROS:
  • Plenty of storage
  • Excellent stability
  • Ample space
  • Fully customizable
  • Transducer ready
CONS:
  • Requires a trailer
  • Not as agile as a kayak
  • No seat included
  • Heavy
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The Big Fish 108 certainly lives up to its "big" namesake when compared to other pedal kayaks. It has plenty of room for both seated and standing positions. Thanks to the cathedral tri-hull design, The Big Fish 108 has the same reputation for outstanding stability as other kayaks from 3 Waters.
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$1,979.00
Stability
9
Speed
6
Tracking
7
Comfort
8
Features
8
Portability
7
PROS:
  • Outstanding stability
  • Comfortable seat
  • Easy to maneuver
  • Good value
CONS:
  • Slow
  • Rod holders feel cheap
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