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Thursday, 13 July 2017 17:56

YakAttack Introduces New Mounts at ICAST 2017

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At this year's ICAST, YakAttack introduced a couple of new products that would be interesting to kayak anglers.

In this video, we have a look at some new YakAttack mounts that work with their track system and talk about how the new products address some past qualms. This new lock rod holder comes with a t-bolt that tightens onto the track system and allows anglers to use it for all kinds of rods, including spinning rods.  He also shows us the YakAttack Switch Blade that can be used to deploy your depth finder easily.

We check out a new clip system with a nice tie down that is great for anchor lines and tethering. The guys from YakAttack also gave us a quick sneak peek into a new mount that they are currently developing for Gopros and cameras.  It comes with a removable top, making it easy to move the camera around if needed.

Naomi Bolton

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