Native Slayer 10 Stand-up and outriggers

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Native Slayer 10 Stand-up and outriggers

Post by jstachowiak » Fri Aug 02, 2019 7:29 pm

I don't think I can fit much more. Rigging for the flats and sight casting in Islamorada end of August.

$10 walker fit perfect. Attached to track in back and to seat in front. The plastic tray/seat came with it.

https://youtu.be/LTU7Xj23ico
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Re: Native Slayer 10 Stand-up and outriggers

Post by internetpilot » Mon Aug 05, 2019 9:21 pm

Looks really good! Rigging kayaks like that has become a lost art these days. You did a great job! The walker for the standup bar is genius.

Although, I do have to admit, that I was a little disappointed that what turned out to be a bait bucket wasn't a toilet. I was getting really jealous over the toilet. Haha.
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Re: Native Slayer 10 Stand-up and outriggers

Post by jstachowiak » Mon Aug 05, 2019 10:09 pm

A toilet? huh!?!? :idea:
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Post by internetpilot » Mon Aug 12, 2019 6:26 pm

When I was watching your video, at first glance with the lid up, the bait bucket reminded me of a toilet. :bounce:
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Re: Native Slayer 10 Stand-up and outriggers

Post by jstachowiak » Sun Sep 01, 2019 11:19 am

Stand up rig worked great. Also my push pole worked awesome. 8’ plastic coated steel tree stake from Lowe’s or Home Depot, 1/2” steel conduit fits inside nice and tight after cutting off tree stake tip. Cut conduit at angle for point so it will stick thru oyster beds. About a foot into the stake with 18” exposed. Pop rivet in place. Lots a silicone to seal it good. Then for the handle 2’ of 3/4” pvc electrical conduit fits real tight (silicone again) over the other non pointed end the tee it off with your handle of choice pvc.

Maybe $15 total cost and an hour of labor. Works as anchor stake and push pole in mud or soft sand pushing the tee handle in the bottom.
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