Jackson Kayak’s Big Rig, the ultimate fishing platform. by Roberto Briones | Oct 13, 2014 | Featured Post, Fishing, JK Team Posts | 4 comments Just a few weeks ago I had the opportunity to put my Desert Camo Jackson Kayak Big Rig through its paces fishing Lake Travers and a portion of the Petawawa River in beautiful Algonquin Park, Ontario, Canada looking for Musky. The adventure was 5 days long so I needed to bring with me my fishing gear, clothes and camping gear for the duration of the trip and, believe me, I was able to fit everything inside the hull and then some. Let me tell you something: this is the most comparable setup to a bass boat. And I mean this from a stability point of view. You can stand up on this kayak and it feels just like you’re fishing off a casting deck. At 6’3″ tall -having an off center of balance- I feel as secure fishing from my Big Rig as I did when I used to fish tournaments from my old 20′ bass boat. I can even stand up on the elite seat in the Hi position, in high current, anchored with my 8′ ParknPole from YakAttack. Paddling this boat is such a joy. I like the fact that you start a bit slow, but once you gain momentum, the Big Rig just glides through water. It is by no means a fast boat, but a sturdy stable and a head-turning boat. Hurry in to your local JK dealer and ask for a demo ride on the Big Rig. You won’t regret it! See you on the water! Tight lines y’all! 4 Comments al cutright on October 15, 2014 at 1:41 am nice looking juvenile fish eater. Cant wait to get my big/rig an get on the water has taken me over a year of going over some of the different yak’s when I came across JK’s big rig I was sold, my mouth is watering to get my hands on one. Going NUT’S. Reply Roberto Briones on October 18, 2014 at 5:37 pm Al, go ahead man, you will not regret it! To me it is the stability and maneuverability that sold me. Reply Lorne Chapman on October 20, 2014 at 7:50 pm Good report Roberto. We’ll have to get together in Jun and have a little competition. An exBullet owners tournament. I upgraded to a Kilroy in Aug and love it. Use it for yard fishing. (Still have the baby Bullet for bigger waters) Reply Lorne Chapman on October 20, 2014 at 7:57 pm Roberto, how come you didn’t invite me.☺ I upgraded to a Kilroy in Aug and love it. We should get together next Jun for a little friendly competition, an exBullet owners tournament. (Still got the baby Bullet for bigger water, longer runs) Reply Submit a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.