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Old Town Pack Angler Canoe

Item # 438605
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Key Features

  • Gunwale-mounted rod holder

  • Bow-mounted anchor system

  • Removable workdeck

  • Tough, lightweight Royalex


Our Price   $1,199.99

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Product Description
old_town Made of tough, lightweight Royalex, the Pack Angler is designed for solo portage and easy lifting on and off car top. Well suited for a double-bladed paddle, this canoe expertly navigates tight waters. Features gunwale-mounted rod holder, bow-mounted anchor system, and removable workdeck. Lowered, contoured seat with adjustable backrest. 12'0"L, 32"W, and 11.5" deep. 33 lbs. Max capacity 600 lbs.
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Specifications
Hull Material Royalex
Length 12'
Width 32"
Depth 11.5"
Weight 33 lbs.
Weight Capacity 600 lbs.

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  • Q:

    the pictures make it looks like it is more of a flat bottom than a round bottom. Is that correct?
    Asked on 4/23/2012 by mageddo from fridley, mn

    0 answers

  • Q:

    Can you put a trolling motor on this canoe ?
    Asked on 3/29/2011 by Dave

    1 answer

    • A:

      Yes, a small electric using a transom kit

      Answered on 4/10/2011 by Mike from BC
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