The Native Watercraft anchor trolley allows your anchor to be relocated from bow to stern or anywhere in between. This system is great for kayakers who like to fish on both rivers and lakes and who have the need for different anchoring positions. The clip and ring design of the Native Watercraft Anchor Trolley allows you to remove the clip from the ring and have an instant line to tow or secure your boat with (great for wading or tying off on shore).
Nice piece of kit for the fishing yak. Worth the price for the pulleys alone you couldnt get them at West Marine for much less. Includes well nut hardware; you may be able to use SS nuts/bolts instead if you can access the back side. Quality cord, plenty long. Replaced the plastic hook/ring with a SS carabiner, easier to snap anchor line into rather than threading it through. Comes with clear instructions.
The trolley system was somewhat easy to install and is made from quality material. My first concern was placing the system so that it didn't interfere with the adapt-a-track. Once installed, I noticed that the rope would ride-up into the well below the adapt-a-track. I fixed this by installing a plastic cable clamp (the type used to secure electrical cables) mid point to clamp the upper rope. One problem I had during install was the the supplied hardware came with two different sized nuts for some reason. I also installed a jam cleat on my kayak to secure the desired scope of anchor line - I can't figure out how it's suppose to work other wise. I can't say I get 100% positioning with the trolley - when the wind blows the yak will move to some degree and nothing can prevent that. Yet I don't regret the purchase. One note to Native - why not include suggested markings on the kayak as where accessories should be placed? And include the cheap cable clamp to keep the trolley rope from riding up. BTW - customer support from ACK is awesome!
Works well and easy to install. Only complaint I have is the rope stretches excessively when it becomes wet.
great product, great service. ACK is the best.