The Yak Attack ParkNPole Floating Stake Out Pole might be the most well designed stake-out stick you will ever use. Is it the high quality foam grip or the strong fiberglass construction? Or is it the highly-designed handle which features ergonomic notches for a firm grip, a hole for a tether or hanging storage or the side notches designed for grabbing lanyards or anything else you need to reach? Did we say handle? Turn the stick over and that handle now becomes a wide foot, great when you need a push off. The Stake-Out Stick measures .75 in. x 6 ft. and is loaded with features...for a stick.
|Length:||72 in / 182.88 cm|
|Weight:||1.22 lb / 0.55 kg|
|Diameter:||0.85 in / 2.15 cm|
If your going to take a 6 foot rock solid pointy stick with you on your kayak for the purposes of anchoring in the mud, then this is the 6 foot rock solid pointy stick for you. I have tried building my own using collapsible fiber glass painters pole, wood, etc. They never worked out well, bent, sunk, or stunk. This pole really is rock solid. It is not a replacement for an anchor. In even mild winds it is tough to keep the pole anchored. But in the right conditions it is perfect. And that is what i was looking for. The right tool, used for the right purpose, helps me catch more fish.
Great poles, just what I needed for the lakes and small rivers I kayak on..