Do I Need to Install a Kayak Anchor Trolley?

Why would I need a kayak anchor trolley? I hear that question quite a bit. Many people are confused on exactly what an anchor trolley does and how it can benefit them when fishing. For the record, an anchor trolley is a way for anglers fishing from a kayak to gain control and flexibility of their boat in situations where the weather Continue Reading

Why YakAttack Listing in Inc. 5000 List is Important

By now you may have already heard but in case you haven’t, a full press release is listed below. YakAttack, a company primarily focused on kayak rigging accessories has been named as one of the fastest growing  companies in America. So why is this important? Here are a few of the reasons: Manufacturing Products in the US is a Dying Trend Continue Reading

2012 Wilderness Ride 135 Anchor Trolley

It’s time to rig out my new Ride 135 from Wilderness Kayaks. One of the first items on the list is to install an anchor trolley. I ended up taking two different sets and combining the two to come up with the best trolley I could come up with. First, I laid everything out so I could see what all Continue Reading

VIDEO: How to Install a Hobie Anchor Trolley System

A Buddy of mine helped me with this video last spring. The Hobie anchor is pretty simple to install. And with a visual, the directions become easier to understand. We used a Hobie Outback as the kayak for instal. Please understand that all kayaks will have their own layout, so there will be a natural adjustment in each install. I Continue Reading

2012 WS Ride 135 Anchor Trolley Install

Time to add an anchor trolley! I found that I NEVER remove my trolley, and I also like it a bit lower than most folks, so it doesn’t interfere with anything on deck. First, I gathered all my supplies – I decided to start at the rear of the kayak. I knew I wouldn’t be able to get to the Continue Reading

VIDEO: Detachable Anchor Trolley How-To

“The Detachable Anchor Trolley” On this episode of Yakntexas we get into home made anchor trolley.  The detachable anchor trolley allows you to clip the ropes to the available yak handles at the front and rear of the boat.  There is no need to drill holes, if it’s in the way you can simply un-clip the whole anchor trolley and store it!   Continue Reading

No Drill Anchor Trolley – Commander, Ride and Tarpon

I get requests for this all the time, so I figured that I would recreate this topic here and add a few more pics than the original. These photos are from Wilderness Systems kayaks, but this system works well on most of the designs on the market today. You start by creating two loops with the pulleys. This can be Continue Reading

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