Stand-N-Fish Kayak Fishing System E-mail
Saturday, 24 October 2009 18:48

Stand-N-Fish has just completed the development of their exciting new, patent-pending, fishing system for kayaks. The innovative system incorporates pontoons and a leaning post in a quality configuration that does not exist in today’s market.

Florida Sport Fishing's, father & son team of Jerry and Rick Rosenberg worked diligently to create a system that fits any sit-on-top kayak, installs/removes in seconds and is very functional. “It is envisioned that a large portion of our market will be retrofits on existing kayaks” states Rick. “That is the beauty of this system!”

Weighing in at only 26 pounds, the system is constructed from high quality, salt-water resistant materials. All metal parts are powder coated aluminum and stainless steel. The pontoons are polypropylene and the leaning post is Starboard marine polymer. With his mechanical engineering background Jerry assserts, “The quality and integrity of the system is very important to us. This is intended t to be a high-end fishing tool that will last t for years if properly maintained”.

The pair is in the process of setting up dealers in Florida with plans to gonationwide in the coming months. The Stand-N-Fish system can be installed by either a dealer or the end user (or any handy-person). Installlation takes about 45 minutes for experienced installers (and about 1.5 hrs for “first-timers”) and requires only a few common tools as well as a rivet gun that can be purchased at any home improvement store for about $20. List price for the complete system is $595(US). Also, the leaning post and pontoon system can be purchased separately for $399(US) (pontoon system) and $229(US) (leaning post)..

For more information: www.standnfish.com

 

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