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X-Pak kayak Gear

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In our never ending search for kayak fishing accessories, I believe that we have stumbled on a few that are certainly worth checking out.  

X-Pak Cockpit Deck CaddyCockpit_Deck_Caddy
Here's your solution to keeping your gear organized and ready to use when cruising and navigating.  The Deck Caddy stretches over the cowling of most sit-inside kayaks and includes removable accessories for charts, personal gear and an insulated pocket for beverages and snacks.

ADDITIONAL FEATURES:

Stretches over the cowling of most sit-inside kayaks. Stretchable bungee attachment with size adjustment yoke.
Large rubberized mesh pocket with self-repairing zippers.
Removable, clip-on insulated water bottle pouch, clip-on accessory water-tight chart/map pouch.
Reflective striping for visibility


X-Pak Crate Coverx-pak_crate_cover
The new X•Pak Crate Cover fits over your standard 13”x13” crate to maximize storage and organization of your tackle and gear.  Made of marine grade polyester fabric, the Crate Cover also features a removable, padded shoulder strap, two molded resin rod holders, front and rear tool and gear organizer pockets and acetal attachment hardware. 

 

 

X-Pak Fish N' Tote
The X•Pak Fish N' Tote gives you the ability to organize and transport your fishing gear in the stern tank well of your kayak.  This portable organizer has a wide range of features making your day on the water safe and enjoyable.

ADDITIONAL FEATURES:x-pak_fish_n_tote

Removeable, padded shoulder strap for easy carrying.
Self-repairing nylon zippers with large molded rubber pulls.
Removeable liner for easy cleaning.
Accessory pockets in each end for quick access.
Holds up to 6 tackle trays plus gear.
Four molded D-rings for tie downs.

For more information about these products please visit:  http://www.tempress.com/store/index.php?cPath=146

 

Last modified on Friday, 20 August 2010 11:00
adam hayes

About the Author: Adam Hayes is an avid kayak angler and the Co. Founder of YakAngler.com. He enjoys spending time on the water with his friends and family and really just about anything than involves growing the sport of kayak fishing.

 

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