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An easy-moving boat for flat-water cruising and lazy river running.

Dagger serves up a paddle full of excitement with the Zydeco 11.0 Kayak. This easy-riding boat holds you and all of your gear, tracks like your Bloodhound, and barely makes a dent in your bank account. First-time paddlers will savor the stability, and seasoned river rats will relish in its ability to handle moving water. Longer than the Zydeco 9.0 and with more dry storage capacity, the 11.0 will have you enjoying overnight fishing and river trips without sacrificing any essential gear.

Lightweight and stable, the Zydeco will bring a song to the lips of first-timers and experienced paddlers alike. Steering on this boat is sweet, accelerating across the flats doesn't require an all-out effort, and navigating tight lines won't leave you feeling on edge. The generous cockpit lets you enter and exit with grace, regardless of whether you're shaped like a ballerina or football player. 

The Comfort Fit Seating outfitting gives you on-boat adjustments when you need to tweak the seat. Cushioned pads attach inside the cockpit if your knees are particularly knobby, or on the outside to protect your thighs when you're paddling with a purpose. The stern hatch and bulkhead storage give you gear-toting capacity for water-based climbing trips or full-day fishing forays. Keep your rain gear within arm's reach using the bow or stern on-deck bungee rigging storage system.

  • Linear polyethylene Comfort Fit seating system
  • SlideLock XL foot brace
  • Dual density domed stern bulkhead hatch
  • Zone knee/thigh pads
  • Soft touch handles
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Great kayak

Love this kayak. Great for paddling on lakes and calm rivers. Has enough storage for day trips and even overnights.

Great kayak

Gorgeous shot!

Awesome picture Daniel!!!

I selected this image to feature on the Community Hub at the bottom of the homepage! Congrats on being amazingly GOATWORTHY !!

It would be better if the paddler in the kayak in front wasn't holding his/her paddle backwards.