YakGear - YAK-STICK - Mud Stick Anchor E-mail
Tuesday, 13 July 2010 00:00

YG_Outriggers_folded_2009 Yak Stick Kayak Anchoring System.

The complete system consists of the Yak Stick, which will anchor you quickly and easily in shallow soft or muddy/sandy bottoms. It is attached to the kayak with your Click N Go Leash or a ring on your anchor trolley (as seen above).

Click N Go Leash by Yak Gear.

Click N Go Leash is sold separately, it allows you to extend the reach of the Yak Stick. I sometimes like to use the 6' Click and Go when I am in the bay. I can put the Yak Stick into the sand 20 feet off the beach and leave the boat as I rest or eat lunch on the beach or sod bank.

mudpole
Absecon Bay, Atlantic City, New Jersey

Kayak Fishing Magazine Staff Review.
This is another exciting Yak Gear product designed for the kayak fisherman. The Yak Stick has become standard gear for me when I fish the flats, back bays and creeks. It allows me to position the bow of the kayak in current so I can hold position and fish a specific spot or hole. The Yak Stick with a anchor trolley can really position you to get into some exciting places

 


Quality Gear To Customize Angler Kayaks, By Yak-Gear

We have fishing accessories for ocean kayaks, that will make fishing more productive, and enjoyable. When the action gets heavy it's nice to be able to put your hand on what you need easily. When you are fishing in kayaks it is essential, as you don't have enough room to cuss a cat, unless you have your gear organized well.

 

 

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