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Tuesday, 31 August 2010 17:37

Scotty Kayak Stabilizer 302

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After talking to a friend about the Hobie Adventure Island, I got to wondering if any companies made after market stabilizers for any kayak.  Well after doing a bit of research I found that Scotty does infact make a universal stablizer kit that fits any canoe or kayak.   These easy to inflate inner bladders offer over 30 lbs. of extra buoyancy. 

807_3This system fits into any Scotty mount or can easily be adapted to fit on most canoes without drilling holes by using the Scotty No. 449 Portable Clamp Mount.

Each pontoon includes a Scotty locking mounting system for easy installation and removal.  Simply unlock and swing the system inboard to move them out of the way.

 

Each Stabilizer Kit includes:

2 - inflatable pontoons
2 - 28" anodized arms with post
4 - No. 241L Locking Combination Side/Deck Mounts
2 - No. 280 Baitcaster Rod Holders

302_stabilizer-Kit

 

Each 28" anodized aluminum support arm includes a gear and post system at
either end that allows you to make subtle adjustments to properly fit your
stabilizer system to virtually any water craft.

The 30 inch long x 8”diameter (zipper opening) pontoons are manufactured from heavy-duty puncture and tear resistant PVC outer shell material.

For more information click here or to order from Austin kayak click here

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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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# joey santos 2012-03-21 19:29
how much is your stabilizer and will it fit on my canoe. i dont wanna drill in it
 

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