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Wilderness Systems Thresher 140

Rotomolded Plastic
Suggested Retail:
$1,449.00 USD
// $1839 CAD
Built with both the serious and the aspiring angler in mind, the Thresher's quick yet stable hull is made to handle the roughest surf launches and everything in between. From rod staging to keeping your catch cold and protected, the Thresher is equipped with a unique covered bow compartment, a center hatch, and an extended tankwell for unsurpassed storage opportunities. Compatible with the Helix MD Motor Drive, and available with a rudder package.
Length (Imperial)
Weight (Pounds)
75 , 75
Capacity (Pounds)
Width (Inches)
Paddle , Motor
Accessory Plates , Accessory Rails , Ball Joint Mounts
Rudder Equipped , Fish Finder Ready , Adjustable Foot Braces , Removable Pod
Length Inches 3
Length Feet 14
Number of Anglers 1
Year 2018
Type Sit On Top
Fish Finder Ready Yes
Carry Handles Yes
Best Used For Open Water
Ball Joint Mounts Yes
Adjustable Foot Braces Yes
Accessory Rails Yes
Material Rotomolded Plastic
Motor Mount Yes
Storage Platform Yes
Soft seat Yes
Self-bailing Yes
Removable Pod Yes
Paddle powered Yes
Accessory Plates Yes
Price (CAD) 1839
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Wilderness Systems is a premiere kayak manufacturing company located in Greenville, South Carolina, featuring award-winning designs in recreational, touring, and fishing kayaks.

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