The GearTrac makes use of the Mighty Mount system YakAttack launched earlier in the year. Positioning rails around your kayak allows you to quickly and easily setup and tear down accessories on your kayak. When not in use, the low profile of the GearTrac keeps it out of the way. With just a quick twist of a RAM ball mount, VisiPole, PanFish, or wing nut on a Mighty Mount, you can slide your accessory closer to you, further from you, or even to a different rail on the kayak. The possibilities are really endless.
At Outdoor Retailer this month, YakAttack brought along a fully rigged Diablo Adios. The kayak was rigged with a Lowrance fish finder, three camera mounts, Carbon Pro, fly rod holder, RAM Revolution rod holder, Scotty rod holder, and a RAM mount with a GearTrac on TOP featuring a RAM ball and PanFish camera mount. Rigged out like this, it would be difficult to fish from, but the kayak really showed what you could do with YakAttack's new GearTrac and Mighty Mount accessories. Best part: the whole thing could be torn down and stored away in just minutes. All accessories attached to the GearTracs took just a twist or two to release and move. The Mighty Mounts, being thicker, took a few more turns, but were just as easily changed.
The GearTrac is still "coming soon," but keep your eyes glued to www.YakAttack.us for updates on the GearTrak release, as well as all other awesome YakAttack gear.
About Isaac Miller: Isaac considers himself an "equal opportunity angler" and will fish anything that will take a hook. Isaac often makes live internet video broadcasts when fishing from his kayaks, giving up-to-the-second reports on conditions and tackle choices. He also blogs at 'Yak Fish, hosts Kayak Fishing Radio West, PR Director for Recycled Fish and is a YakAngler Pro Staffer & Associate Editor.