Kayak Anchoring for your Angler

by • December 23, 2015 • Accessories, Electronics Reviews, Kayak Rigging Reviews, Product ReviewsComments (1)2264

Kayak anchoring is an integral part to getting on and staying on the fish. With kayak anchoring, the sky is the limit as there are several options to choose from. It can be as simple as a stake out pole to battery powered. Kayak anchoring depends on where you’re fishing, and just how you need to anchor up to stalk your fish.

Kayak Anchoring

While there are several options for your kayak angler for kayak anchoring, we’re here to make those choices easy. If you’re looking for a simple stake out pole, then we recommend YakAttack with their ParkNPole or Yak Gear’s mud stick. Both are quality stake out poles that will serve your kayak angler well. If you’re looking for something a little more substantial, then we recommend the Swivel Stick. If it’s battery powered that you’re looking for, then there’s nothing better than the Power Pole Micro.

YakAttack

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YakAttack has long been on the forefront of kayak rigging and accessories. The 6′ ParkNPole is great for those shallow water anglers who want a quality stake out pole. The 6′ ParkNPole has many great features, including a floating base. Foot and tip are UV stable and wear resistant nylon. Lightweight and incredibly durable. Makes the perfect companion for fishing in shallow waters.

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  • Dims: 6’Lg X 4-1/4″Wd X 1″Ht Boxed
  • Weight: ~1.2 lb.
  • Construction: Specially Formed Fiberglass
  • Included: 6′ Pole
  • MSRP: $60.00

 Yak Gear

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Anchor effortlessly in shallow water with the Yak Gear Yak Stick Mud Anchor. Mud sticks are becoming the preferred method of anchoring in shallow coastal waters.  Featuring a “T Handle” that fits the paddlers hand, the Yak Stick is easily deployed by sticking the pointed end into the mud. The T handle also allows the Yak Stick to be turned over and used as a push pole.

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  • Yak stick size – 6 Feet
  • T handle for comfortable grip while anchoring
  • Mini pole clips provided for easy storage
  • Includes all necessary hardware
  • Works for anchoring of any kayak, canoe or even small boat up to 16 feet long
  • MSRP: $54.99

Swivel Stick

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Swivel Stick was derived from a meeting between old friends. They wanted to develop a kayak anchoring system uniquely different from what kayak anglers had traditionally known. The Swivel Stick Anchor attaches directly to the kayak, eliminating the need for an anchor trolley, and giving the angler a stable platform to fish from.

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The Swivel Stick System is composed of T6 6061 aircraft aluminum, 316 Stainless Steel, and Delrin. All of these components are precisely machined to create the Ultimate shallow water anchor system.

  • MSRP: $249.00

Swivel Stick is also offering special deals on the Swivel Stick System and Stake Out Pole. The Swivel Stick Anchor System for $199, and the Stake Out Pole for only $60! Just use coupon code YAKOUTLAW when checking out to receive the discount. Discounts are valid until the end of January!

Power Pole Micro

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Nothing gets you closer to the fish than your small craft. And nothing anchors you better than a Power-Pole made just for your vessel. Enter the MICRO Anchor. This all-new, all-electric wonder is the first of its kind—a super-compact powerhouse that was built to give you the ultimate shallow water fishing experience.

Micro-Anchor

  • Extremely quiet
  • Easy installation
  • Driver unit is easily removable for storage or transfer to another boat
  • Pairs with other C-Monster controllers
  • Works with other 3/4″ spikes
  • Spike can stay in the Micro Driver Unit or be removed while running to your next spot
  • 2 year warranty
  • MSRP: $690.00
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One Response to Kayak Anchoring for your Angler

  1. Matt says:

    These are all great anchoring systems for kayaks. There is one more I think you should add to the list, simply because its design is very ‘kayak friendly’ so to speak. The system I am referring to is the Bottom Buster made by Alien Labs.

    They have a two piece design so you can break it down into smaller segments and store inside the kayak when not in use. The way their anchor sleeve functions is perhaps why it is very well suited for kayaks. It’s a RAM Mount system where you just mount the rubber ball to your boat or kayak, and the anchor sleeve clamps onto this ball and can be removed at any time.

    If you visit their website (www.alienlabsusa.com) you will see exactly what I am talking about and why it would make an excellent kayak anchor.

    Thanks!

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