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Brett Prettyman
Brett Prettyman writes about the outdoors, recreation and fishing for The Salt Lake Tribune

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(Courtesy photo) Predator 13 fishing kayak from Old Town: Sitting is not often the best body position while fishing. Recreational kayak makers have been working to make more stable boats for years. The Predator 13 is designed for anglers to be able to stand up for casting, hook-setting and paddling. The kayak also includes six removable mounting plates and the Element seating system for comfort while sitting. The Predator 13 is available now for $1,299. www.predatorkayak.com
Outdoor Retailer: Predator 13 fishing kayak from Old Town

Predator 13 fishing kayak from Old Town

Sitting is not often the best body position while fishing. Recreational kayak makers have been working to make more stable boats for years. The Predator 13 is designed for anglers to be able to stand up for casting, hook-setting and paddling to moving fishing. The kayak also includes six removable mounting plates and the Element seating system for comfort while sitting. The Predator 13 is avaiable now for $1,299. www.predatorkayak.com

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The Salt Lake Tribune is providing a look collection at items spotted at the Outdoor Retailer Summer Market last week at the Salt Palace Convention Center. Because the show is closed to the public, we thought it would be nice to see what new gear will coming in the outdoors world. Items will be featured on the Tribune's Hiking Utah and Fishing Utah blogs. An Outdoor Retailer package will run in the Tribune.

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