Simple Hack For Standing & Fishing From A Kayak Or SUP
Here’s a problem I see many kayak or SUP anglers struggle with…
They’ll be sight fishing for redfish or snook in skinny water, finally find them, bend over to set down their paddle and grab their rod, and then poof…
The fish are gone.
Or even worse, they keep their eyes on the fish, but set their paddle down noisily on their yak and spook off all the fish in the area.
Has this happened to you?
It used to happen to me a lot before I put together this simple tool that helps me quickly and quietly holster my paddle and grab my rod without taking my eyes off the fish.
Want to see this little hack?
Check out the video below.
Paddle Holster Hack [VIDEO]
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Have you used something similar to this?
Let me know about in the comments below!
If you’re sight fishing in skinny water you need to be as quiet as possible and make sure to not lose sight of the fish that you’ve worked so hard to find.
This paddle holster has helped me accomplish both of those things and catch lots of fish.
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Hey So I was just thinking about it and maybe some of the people who are maybe not so crafty with there hands could benefit from this other option for a paddle holder and it’s premade and at ur hardware store in the masonry tools they have this trowel hook for when ur laying concrete i believe that its like 10 bucks or so and it looks like this https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001RJ2D8A/ref=cm_sw_r_apa_i_W4T1Eb5JYEPQA
Thanks for sharing!
Great videos. Quick question. What sunglasses do you recommend for flat fishing (or just on the water)? Limited funds. Retired teacher.
Hey Ric! Many of the sunglasses you find on the rack in tackle shops or stores that are polarized can get the job done. The biggest things are to make sure they are polarized, and choose a color lens that is amber color (or copper/bronze). That color lens helps colors contrast better inshore.
Check out the Otter Fishing Belt carried by Pack and Paddle in Louisiana. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M5tFauWlktY
You clip the paddle at your waist, and it stays in place irregardless of how centered the paddle is.
Tony, have you ever used the hook on your paddle blade? I’m looking for a new paddle and can’t see that the hook would be used much. I would think things would catch on it when I did NOT want them to. Thanks!
Nope I have never used it for what it’s intended for. However I have used it to grab a rod that may be behind me out of reach. Just slide the hook around the line underneath the biggest guide and lift it up haha.
Perform at your own risk though!
In the end, that notch is not necessary.
Tony, you need to put this on the market brother. 9.99 a piece and I think you would sell a million of them
Hey Tony! I have a similar paddle keeper on my belt. I added a piece of Seadeck to the front hatch to make it even more quiet as you push the paddle into the bungee. Hope this helps anyone that may want to try it.
Great tip! Thanks Scott!