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Floating Stake-Out Stick

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Rating Stars   Customer Rating: 4.5 out of 5 (13 Reviews)

There are many ways to stake out a kayak, some anglers prefer tying off while others stake out through the scupper holes. Either way the Floating Stake-Out Stick will hold you in place. Floating Stake-Out Stick is a light-weight black stick designed to float if it is dropped.

Can attached to anchor trolley or cleats
6 ft. long
3/4" diameter
Item#: 1491
Length: 6'
Diameter: 3/4"
Size/Color Part Number UPC
6 foot † 90112821
Reviewer: Ken Rating: 5 Date: 07/31/2010
Review: It works great for my kayak, fits nice through scupper hole so you don't have to tie it but with a gambril hook in the eye of the triangle is quick in deeper water and certain wind conditions to tie off when you want to. I fish shallow grass flats and fish standing up to better see tailing Reds so the 6' works better than the 5' for polling.It is lighter than the one that I had before someone needed it worse than I did. It holds fine for me. If the water is to deep I use my anchor and trolley. Price seems high to me but it works much better than the paint roller pole that I use for a couple times. In all I would not want to be without it.

Reviewer: Jesus Cadena Rating: 4 Date: 07/21/2010
Review: the 6 footer works good in 3 to 4 foot calm water, but it's hard to push into the bottom in choppy water and hold on. should have been 7 feet. i had to anchor then push the pole into the mud. it does work great as a stake-out fish stringer pole which can be set away from your fishing area.

Reviewer: Headhunter Rating: 5 Date: 07/04/2010
Review: I have a Hobie Mirage Outback. With no need for a paddle this is in my opinion the only way to go. The triangle foot is great for pushing off the bank or polling through the shallows. I have found it easy too push in and pull out in all but a near rock solid lake bottom. I just stick mine through one of the scupper holes and I am there to stay. This way I don't have to bother with anchor line or trolley.

Reviewer: Mike H. Rating: 2 Date: 07/01/2010
Review: The stick floats. Think about it. I tried to put the stick down through the hole in my kayak and it floated right back out. Tried to sit on it and fish and it was a real pain. I have the long stick and tried to anchor in 5 foot of water. It did not work.

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