One of the most fun/interesting/"does it work?" innovations to the hit the industry of kayak fishing in the last year, and something we got a lot of questions on at the Pacific Northwest Sportman's Show, is the new Jackson Kayak Illuminati color. For an added $200, your Coosa, Cuda 14, Cuda 12 or Big Tuna kayak can glow in the dark! Gimmicky, you ask? Sure, it may seem like that on the surface, but have you ever stayed out for "just one more" (fish that is, fish!)? We sure have. And then, all of the sudden, you get that knot in your stomach that comes from being on the water a little later than you should be - we're talking about a different knot than the one you get from having to explain why you're an hour late for dinner. However, if your kayak glows in the dark, at least one of those knots can go away. You're on the water and you're visible. Safety first, friends! And this is really just icing on the cake, because it looks great during the day too and performs just how you would expect one of Jackson's world class kayaks to perform!
Here's Drew Gregory showing off an Illuminati boat during the day:
A close up of it's day time look:
And now (drumroll) at night:
Want to know more about the Illuminati color and see how others are liking it? Check out Jackson Kayak's Illuminati "Glow" page.
Labels: Big Tuna, Coosa, Cuda 12, Cuda 14, fishing kayaks, Illuminati, Jackson Kayak, Jackson Kayak Fishing, kayak fishing