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Park n Pole transport?

Discussion in 'Stakeout and Anchoring Systems' started by Jgrady, Aug 6, 2013.

  1. Jgrady

    Jgrady New Member

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    Right now I'm carrying mine in place of a rod in my PA horizontal rod tube. Looking for ideas or tips on how others carry theirs to have them out of the way and easily deployable. Thanks
     
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    ctgalloway21 New Member

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    on a Coosa, I put it in the paddle holders on either side of the kayak. A bungee holds it in place.
     
  3. hotbrass

    hotbrass New Member

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    On my Tarpon 120 it rides in one of the bungee style paddle keepers on the side.
     
  4. Jackyak

    Jackyak New Member

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    How big is your PA? I have a PA12 and I just ordered the 8ft Park n Pole. Will be here 9/3 and I'm wondering the best way to carry it too. I don't think it will lay flat coming out of the rod tube of a PA12.
     
  5. Cody Carpenter

    Cody Carpenter New Member

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    Ive been using the RotoGrip Paddle holder to secure it with Nite Ize gear ties to strap it down and then another gear tie towards the rear of the kayak to secure the bottom of the pole.
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  6. Yak Chum

    Yak Chum Administrator Staff Member

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    Or you could mount the park n pole holders to your PA.
     

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