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I’ve been using a stakeout pole for a long time and the issue of where to stow the thing has always been a problem. Now, with the Stake-Out-Stick Boat Mounting Clips ,Yee Haw, problem solved. On my brothers maiden kayak voyage in the salt he lost his stake out pole when he landed a large red. The pole slipped off the back and disappeared into the abyss I know this could have been avoided if he were using these clips. I don't like having something jutting off the boat but I will live.
The clips do what they are designed to do. They do hold
the pole anchor, any 3/4" pole anchor. For the price, you
really can't complain too much.
I don't really know of any kayaks, though, that have flat
side hulls for the clips to sit flush once they are mounted.
So once you mount the clips,which almost always will be
off the side hull to some degree, the contours of each
component do not sit flush with each other. You end up
with the clip's base edges raised off the hull. A soft rubber
base would have molded to the hull, any hull, and prevent
areas for lines, anchor trolley, from getting wedged under