The Yak Attack ParkNPole Floating Stake Out Pole might be the most well designed stake-out stick you will ever use. Is it the high quality foam grip or the strong fiberglass construction? Or is it the highly-designed handle which features ergonomic notches for a firm grip, a hole for a tether or hanging storage or the side notches designed for grabbing lanyards or anything else you need to reach? Did we say handle? Turn the stick over and that handle now becomes a wide foot, great when you need a push off. The Stake-Out Stick measures .75 in. x 8 ft. and is loaded with features, for a stick.
The YakAttack Leverloc Anchor Trolley Heavy Duty is a high-tech anchor trolley system featuring Harken pulleys, a built in Leverloc, and 35′ of 550 paracord with a reflective tracer for visibility. Also includes Backing Plates to make it Heavy Duty. The Backing Plates give the trolley additional strength and resistance against the give and take of waves, wind, and monster fish. The built-in LeverLoc locks the trolley line by a simple flip of a switch and at .4 inches tall it is extremely low profile making for a snag free install. When not in use the anchor ring snaps into the LeverLoc so you always know where it is. This anchor trolley is a first of its kind using specially engineered components specific to the job.
• Harken Pulleys, 2 Pad Hooks, Locking Line Clamp, Anchor Ring, Paracord
• Self Locking Leverloc for anchor management
• USA made 550 Paracord
• Easy to manage and keep snag free
• Backing Plates make this a Heavy Duty Anchor Trolley
A comprehensive instruction for outfitting your kayak for fishing and a companion DVD to Cory Routh’s Book “Kayak Fishing, A complete Guide”. Includes Rod Holder Installation, Fish Finder Installation, Anchor Shuttle Installation, Live Well Installation, Safety Equipment, Cold Weather Protection and Kayak and Paddle Selection. The DVD also features Whitney March host of “School Of Saltwater Fishing with Whitney March” seen on The Sportsman Channel.
Almost an hour and a half of fishing kayak rigging and outfitting instruction. A great past time during the cold Winter months like we’re experiencing now.
This system is so that you don’t get your anchor irretrievably stuck and either turtle (capsize) or have to cut the line. A simple rigging method so that you will always be able to retrieve your anchor.
I had a small flash of brilliance the other day when considering how to fix the problem with my anchor trolley on my fishing kayak. The river has been high and current fast so I was getting frustrated with not having options with my anchor trolley I took off of my islander kayak. This video explains how I was able to get a bow to stern anchor trolley.