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  Posted by: old_user on Jun-22-11 10:48 AM (EST)

If the water is less than 5' deep you could use a stake out stick and then attach it to your kayak with a carbiner. If your in deeper water than a anchor would be helpful. I have both on my kayak but overall prefer a little shallower and using the stake out stick. carries some different products that you can attach to your kayak that allows you to bolt stuff on to it but the platform don't permanently attach to your kayak. You can put rod holder on and so on but yet is all removable.

Something like this from Mad Frog

After I catch a fish I just throw them back as I don' keep anything so I catch and release. After that I just keep on fishing.

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