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Stake out pole

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#1 Jbaur13


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Posted 29 November 2017 - 08:00 PM

I have a SP10. I was curious... Where the heck would you mount this thing? I'd like to have one, but I can't figure out how to store it.

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Posted 30 November 2017 - 06:44 AM

If you have free real estate on one side of your side groove tracks you can use either Native's Cam Lok paddle holders or Yak Attack paddle holder. If you SOP is the same size as a paddle it'll hold it tight. If smaller it can just lay in the brackets. Another option is using a bungee attached to each side of one of the side handles and a J clip mounted to the grove track. Bungee then pulls over the SOP and onto the J clip.

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Posted 30 November 2017 - 10:10 AM

The higher quality poles come with rubber mounts and hardware so you can stick it on the side. Of course you can use groove track hardware to also mount it to the tracks if you don't want to drill any holes in your boat. They are handy in keeping the boat in place but so is an anchor.

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Posted 07 December 2017 - 11:54 PM

You can use the QuikGrip Paddle Clip Track Mount from Railblaza to add some real estate to your track and hold your paddle or stake out pole:  https://www.railblaz...ip-track-mount/.  They run about $18 ea. and include the paddle clip (which should work for your stake out pole).  You can also mount something in the hole on the plate to further stack accessories.  For example, you could mount a port to that hole and then mount a rod holder, cup holder, phone holder, or GPS.  


The Kayak Fishing Store offers a similar product called the Lunchbox Paddle Park http://thekayakfishi...le-park-1-pair/ for $14.99 per pair, but you still have to buy the paddle/stake out pole holder, so this is the more expensive option. 


The picture from TKFS shows how the concept works.



#5 Jbaur13


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Posted 14 December 2017 - 09:07 PM

Thanks all. And thanks iwanagofishing. I like that tkfs mount. I have all the components to make up a mount exactly as it's pictured, so I'm leaning heavily twoards that one.

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Posted 27 December 2017 - 05:59 PM

I ordered the Lunchbox Paddle Park. It came in the mail yesterday. With the Lunchbox Paddle Park, if you decide to mount both the paddle and stake out pole, you need to drill another hole in mount both of the holders. 

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