Kayak Gear

The Best Stakeout Poles For Your Kayak, SUP, or Canoe 1080 674 BassGrab
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The Best Stakeout Poles For Your Kayak, SUP, or Canoe

A kayak stakeout pole is an invaluable asset that can change your adventures as you explore new territories in your kayak. The main things to look at when choosing a stakeout pole are the material it’s made of, its weight, length, and overall price. Take a look at the best advice for choosing your next stakeout pole.
A Guide To The Best Kayak And Canoe Carts 620 350 BassGrab

A Guide To The Best Kayak And Canoe Carts

Kayak and canoe carts are often overlooked. But they could be the thing keeping you from the water. If you haven’t had to carry your kayak over 50 yards before, are you really a kayak angler? Just kidding, but if you’re looking to find the best cart to carry your boat, you’ve found the right guide.
Keeping it Dry – Best Dry Bags for Kayaking 620 350 BassGrab

Keeping it Dry – Best Dry Bags for Kayaking

Keeping gear dry is essential for a great day on the water and it is important to choose a reputable brand when you start your search for the best dry bag. The market is flooded with dry bags and what it comes down to is if you need just a splash proof bag or one that can handle going over the falls.
Best Kayak Fishing Anchors 620 350 BassGrab

Best Kayak Fishing Anchors

When I first started kayaking I was one of those people that would use anything heavy as a kayak anchor. I brought along old dumbbells, cinder blocks, metal plates, rocks, you name it. It was only over time I realized that an anchor doesn’t have to be heavy to do a good job – in fact the best anchor is going to be light.
Railblaza C-TUG Ultimate Kayak Cart 620 350 BassGrab
C-Tug Kayak Cart

Railblaza C-TUG Ultimate Kayak Cart

Railblaza makes one of the higher end kayak carts available and their design for the CTUG is definitely different than the normal metal tube frame with rubber tires found on most carts. The neon green pads and slick black frame really makes it stand out and it just looks like a solid cart all around. I had the chance to run this cart down some rocks, steps, and slopes with a 13′ kayak – see how it handles.