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Predator MX Angler

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Predator MX Angler Description

Old Town worked closely their Pro Staff to make the Predator the ultimate kayak for sportsman. The Predator MX was completely engineered – below and above the waterline – to deliver the perfect platform for fishing and on-water sporting. The Predator MX, or Mixed Water, features a slightly more rounded hull, designed for moving water conditions without sacrificing the Predator’s class leading stability and performance. The Predator MX also features a spacious Exo-Ridge deck providing the perfect standing platform, room for extra gear or a furry companion.

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Predator MX Angler Specs and Features

  • Structure: Rigid / Hard Shell
  • Cockpit Type: Sit on Top / Open Cockpit
  • Seating Configuration: Solo
  • Ideal Paddler Size: Average Adult, Larger Adult
  • Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate
  • Ideal Paddler Size: Average Adult, Larger Adult
  • Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate

Additional Attributes

  • Element Seating System
  • Performance Crafted Tri-Hull
  • Slip Resistant Exo-Ridge Deck
  • Scupper Holes
  • 6 Removable Mounting Plates
  • Rod Tip Holders & Rod Retainer Bungees
  • Exo-Ridge Tank Well
  • Side-Mount Paddle Storage
  • Molded Paddle Rest
  • Large Bow Hatch with Click Seal Cover
  • Dual Tackle Holders
  • Support Track Foot Brace System
  • Stand-Up Assist Strap

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Old Town makes an…

Submitted by: paddler418934 on 2/15/2018

Old Town makes an outstanding product. The Predator Mx is the most stable fishing platform on the market. Designed with anglers in mind there are many ways to customize this kayak. One of the best features of this kayak is the self draining scupper plugs and open floor-plan. The boat is always dry and cleans up in seconds. I love my Predator MX, I fish I lot of rivers in the Midwest and it performs beautifully in all conditions.


The most stable fishing…

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 1/31/2018

The most stable fishing kayak on the market. Love the open floor layout with lots of mounting plates for accessories. If you love to stand and fish this kayak is for you. My only cons is that the kayak is heavy but I am a big guy so I needed a bigger kayak. All in all I love my Predator and would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a SOT fishing kayak.


Compared to a Native Watercraft Ultimate 12

Submitted by: Doug-in-VA on 3/22/2017

I do not own the Predator, but bought the Ultimate 12 the 1st year it was out at $750 new. I am still convinced it is the easiest to get into and out of since it NEVER offers to tip or rock. In Richmond, VA the James river is full of trees and rocks and is rather shallow a lot of places. It is a bad place to tip over in a kayak because debris can be inches under the surface and unseen.
I picked my boat at the annual boat show over any other offering years ago (maybe 10) and never saw a boat its equal. The Predator may be a good solution for some, depending on cost and weight and handling. I easily outfit an Ultimate 12 with a 3hp trolling motor, small 12v battery and digital speed control and single pushrod type steering ... The hardware was maybe 10-15 dollars. To have a boat that will run all day at good speed to fish with and much faster than paddling is well worth it. The Predator might allow that as well and the seat looks remarkably like that of the Ultimate series from Native. Look closely at both makers and judge by price, features, water you will be on and take the STABLE and COMFORTABLE choice. Turning over in cold water or striking debris in a tip-over can cost an eye, a laceration, or chipped elbow or damaged hand. One medical bill alone will dwarf the cost of either boat... and that assumes you can get help in case of a real injury (much boating is on quiet rivers or small lakes alone).



Submitted by: Ron-Barefoot on 3/13/2017

This is my first kayak and I've been about 5 times and love it! I don't know how well it is supposed to track (nothing to compare it to), but I have zero problems getting to where I want to go. Matter of fact, the more I paddle, the easier it becomes. The MX is a bit heavy and you will not win any races with it, but it is zero tippy! I go with a few friends and they have cheap kayaks that go a little faster, but when their back sides are hurting and they are ready for relief, I'm just settling in on my seat. I have zero regrets on my purchase and love to fish from it! If you are wanting to get a good kayak and worried about it being stable, the MX is the way to go!


Upgraded to this from a loon…

Submitted by: paddler234083 on 9/6/2016
Upgraded to this from a loon 138 that I have used as a "fishing kayak" for the past 15 years. I have play boats and touring boats and I wanted a dedicated fishing boat. The predator MX is perfect for the lakes and large slow rivers that I fish.

- Hands down the most stable boat I have ever paddled. I'm 6'4 and 240lbs and I can stand up and fish in it. I was skeptical at first, but you really can stand in it.
- Super, super comfortable seat
- Open deck
- Floor design channels water away to scuppers quickly
- Easy to customize to your fishing style
- Paddles well, and fairly fast for its stability (calculated 3-4 mph on a lake with moderate paddling)

- It's heavy
- Heavy
- Did I mention its heavy?

I'm willing to put up with the weight considering how amazing it is on the water.


This is my second Kayak. I…

Submitted by: paddler236227 on 5/18/2015
This is my second Kayak. I have an Ascend that I really bought for my Father as a birthday gift. Here are my initial thoughts on it after a couple of outings...
  1. Stability is phenomenal even for my husky frame.
  2. The seat is more comfortable than my car.
  3. Everything seems solidly built. I don't have a degree in injection molding, but my super keen redneck senses tell me it is a rock.
  4. Mounting bars that are replaceable is downright ingenious.
A tad heavy for beta males.

My first fishing yak was a…

Submitted by: paddler236221 on 5/14/2015
My first fishing yak was a 12' Pelican SOT my wife bought me. Though I loved the fact that I had a kayak to fish from, I could tell it wasn't nearly as stable or well made as some of the others (I just didn't know how unstable until I bought my MX). So after a great deal of research, I went with the Old Town Predator MX. Here are the main things I love about this boat:
  1. Stability - Stand on this thing and you may as well be standing on the bank. I've paddled other yaks that made me feel like I was going to tip over with every paddle stroke, but even with the seat in the high position on my MX (which is where I usually leave it now), I never feel a bit unstable.
  2. Comfort - I literally think the seat is more comfortable than my La-z-boy. I've been out for 8+ hours with absolutely no discomfort from the seat.
  3. Roominess/versatility - You can stand perfectly well and have plenty of room with the seat in place, but if you choose you can flip the seat back out of the way and have about four feet of totally unobstructed standing room.
  4. The molded in bow/stern handles are awesome! So versatile.
  5. Lastly, you're not going to find a cooler looking boat on the water.