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    How do you attach the stringer to the kayak? Just wondering...
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    http://www.stinkypantsfishing.com/Tips.htm

    They offer these suggestions on their website. I'm going with the paracord locks option.
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    Yup, john hit it.

    Although i have the hooker version, i simply hook mine to the handle of my kayak and havent had an issue yet. Ill try to get a picture tomorrow
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    Quote Originally Posted by silasvirus82 View Post
    http://www.stinkypantsfishing.com/Tips.htm

    They offer these suggestions on their website. I'm going with the paracord locks option.
    Quote Originally Posted by D3NAL1 View Post
    Yup, john hit it.

    Although i have the hooker version, i simply hook mine to the handle of my kayak and havent had an issue yet. Ill try to get a picture tomorrow
    Thank you both.
    It would be nice and I bet more profitable if he sold a "Kayak version"... Just a thought.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seasalt View Post
    Thank you both.
    It would be nice and I bet more profitable if he sold a "Kayak version"... Just a thought.
    He does market the shorter version for kayakers, that's the one I bought. It has a smaller float and straight tip, but you can order it with a curved hook if you want it. He'll make anything you want if you contact him, but the kayak version seems perfect for me.
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    I like the blue one.

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    It looks like you opted for the larger float, what was your thought process on that? I chose the smaller float for less drag in the water, but with the addition of fish I suppose it's insignificant.
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