Jackson Kayaks does it again!

Do you fish at night? This might be for you!

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  • FLATS BROKEFLATS BROKE Posts: 2,060 Captain
    Very cool!. I want a glow in the dark kayak!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • PBG-JohnPBG-John Posts: 419 Deckhand
    What a "bright" idea.
    The latest survey shows that
    three out of four people make
    up 75% of the population
  • Yak HardYak Hard Posts: 62 Deckhand
    My gf buys every glow in the dark thing on the planet.. lol.. "New 'yak baby?.. it glows" win/win
  • irishff727irishff727 Posts: 948 Officer
    I wonder how long that last before it stops glowing.

    really? really?
    time enjoyed wasted is not wasted time
  • Redfish ChuckRedfish Chuck Posts: 107 Officer
    I will let you know as soon as mine stops Glowing..........
  • kreeknkreekn Posts: 43 Deckhand
    I've seen it in person. I understand the effect is hard to photograph. That thing is bright. If the glow fades, you can drop a small led headlamp inside and that thing LIGHTS UP, due to the translucent material.
  • bbailey_33bbailey_33 Posts: 88 Greenhorn
    any cost news?
  • BarrellBarrell Posts: 1,113 Officer
    Is the hull thinner then normal?
  • Austins26Austins26 Posts: 1,989 Captain
    California to Florida any night kayakers knows that most Power boats pay little to no attention to the ahead or the boats, kayak, tubers etc etc aside from stadium lighting i serious seriously do not think or believe this is any great advancement
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  • Redfish ChuckRedfish Chuck Posts: 107 Officer
    It's not for everyone I am sure, however those of us that fish in small groups at night on the flats in 1-3 foot of water are not to concerned about boat traffic..
  • bbailey_33bbailey_33 Posts: 88 Greenhorn
    cost is + $200 on your particular model of Cusa, Cuda and Tuna only
  • kikstand454kikstand454 Posts: 38 Deckhand
    That is awesome.
    Powerboaters can't help but see a glow in the dark, 14 foot kayak up ahead.
    Great idea.

    ~Dave

    Creatures of Habit, Tallahassee Florida
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