Kayak Fishing Stocking Stuffers Under $30 E-mail
Friday, 03 December 2010 16:48

Holidays are upon us and if you have a person in mind that you would like to give a kayak fishing related gift, here are some ideas that won't break the bank. These items also works well when the recipient is yourself.

 

iphone case Taking your cell phones on the water is a always a good idea but water damage is a concern. If you have an iPhone some of the cases can cost upwards of 50 bucks but Seattle Sports Dry Doc Digi 1 will protect your iPhone for under $10. Streamlined size fits iPhones and some digital cameras Sure-grip handle strap gives a better hold in slick conditions. Quick release buckle for easy attachment to a belt loop, pack, or your boat. $9.95

For more info visit www.seattlesportsco.com

 

kayak fishing book

 

 

There is nothing like the gift of knowledge and if kayak fishing knowledge is what you want then Jon's Sheins book Kayak Fishing will be a great stocking stuffer. The book gives you a broad knowledge of the sport and has something for everybody – whether a newbie looking to buy a first kayak or a seasoned kayak angler looking to up their game. $29.99 with free shipping for the Holidays.

For more info visit www.kayakfishingbook.net

 

 

 

 

kayak fishing socks You wouldn't think socks could really be that important to warrant spending 24 bucks but I will tell that  after years of use my Mysterioso TS socks owe me nothing.  This fabric has a 4-way stretch that won't restrict movement, and provides maximum comfort with its soft, velour-finish fleece interior. The flatlock stitching prevents chafing, while the durable outer layer is wind and abrasion resistant; the inner layer pulls moisture from the skin and keeps you dry whether you sweat or are wet. $24

For more info visit www.mysterioso.com

 

 

 

aquaskinz

This item probably was not inended for kayak fishing use but it works like charm when attached to your kayak seat straps, it puts leaders, lures and anything you need close by but still organized and safe. The Aqauskinz Large Belt Pouch has a deep, expandable center pocket for putting in all your essentials. Whether you store terminal tackle, leader materials, back-up gear or choose to use it for a whole host of soft baits this is an essential tool to have. $29.95

For more info visit www.aquaskinz.com

 

 

  

xmasgiftgripIt is hard not to choose the Fish Grip as one of the best kayak fishing tools ever! It is tough as nails, floats and will never rust. It is a must have, that provides safety and ease of use on the water. This is a quality product that will help to successfully land a fish with less chance of injury either to the fisherman or to the fish, which may be released. $14.95

For more info visit www.thefishgripandmore.com

 

 

 

 Iphone Appp

If you have an iPhone and kayak, then you have absolutely no  reason not to have Navionics iPhone App, it basically turns your iPhone into a GPS mapping and charting station that provides tracks, distances, tide information and more. It also tops all this useful info with fun features like easy track and location uploads to Facebook and Google maps.  You can get the charts for different regions of the country and even U.S Lakes.  $9.99

For more info visit www.navionics.com

 

 

xmasgiftflag

Safety items are always a good gift idea and being seen on the water is something you want while kayak fishing. The Be Seen Safety Flag with Pole is relatively new but does the task of increasing visibility. It uses highly fluorescent fabric, is 13" by 13" size and can be seen great distances during the day. And the extra large reflective striping and edging, makes this flag's ability to be seen at night with only headlight reflection...nothing short of amazing! $17.95

For more info visit www.beseenwear.com

 

 

 

Thule SlideeJust as important as to how gear helps you on the water is how gear helps you get to and from water. The Thule Water Slide Mat will be a big help in getting your kayak on your vehicle easily and without any damage to your paint job. The mat is made not to move when placed on vehicle and the top material is designed to let the kayak slide into position for tie down on your roof rack. $22.95

                                                                                                             For more info visit www.thule.com

 

Chilly Pad

 

Not exactly the time of year that we think about stuff to help us cool off but soon enough we'll complaining about the heat. If you want to stay cool on the water the Frogg Toggs Chilly Pad Towel is a great way to do so. Frogg Togg Chilly Pad is an innovative way to keep cool during a kayak, hard ride, tough climb or any other strenuous activity. When wet, the towel becomes considerably cooler than the outside air, thereby providing cooling relief to the user. When it stops cooling, simply re-wet the towel and wring it out. $14.99

For more info visit www.froggtoggs.com

 

BW

 

 


BW Sports Medium Tackle Binder is one of those items that's very handy. It includes 1 velcro attached set of 5 zip-lock pouches (8.5" x 5"), 2 set of 5 zip-lock pouches       ( 4" x 5" ), the Outside has 2 mesh pockets on one side and 1 Fabric pocket on the other. $19.95

For more info visit www.reelinndealin.com/

bulletbobber Here’s another couple stocking stuffers that you can almost bet everything you own Dualfin_copy that your recipient doesn’t have. Both seem really cool and I look forward to using them this spring. The DualFin is functions like a planer board and the BulletBobber is a directional bobber. What that means is you can control where your offering goes. It works on both live and artificials and in current and still waters. It’s a very neat item for the angler who thinks they have everything. www.DualFin.com, www.BulletBobber.com

 

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