While angling, you sometimes may wish to remain where you are, instead of pick the current or wind. To do that, you will need an anchor. It is essential when anchoring a kayak to always protect the support to the kayak at the very front or really back - if you affix the support line to the side, the current may induce the kayak to turn over. Unfortunately, it is quite hard, otherwise outright risky, to get to the extremely front or quite back of a kayak from the cockpit. To correct this, angling kayaks have a pulley system on the sides, consisting of either one sheave across the whole size of the kayak, or two different ones for the front and also the back. This allows you to tie the anchor line at the side of the kayak, where you could get to, and afterwards move the safe indicate either the front or back of the hull.
Keep in mind earlier, when I discussed sitting in your kayak for hrs? We are angling, bear in mind. Therefore, a great seat is vital. Most fishing kayaks come with a seat, but if it isn't comfortable sufficient or if you are having pain in the back, you may wish to check out a new seat; they are quite very easy to change. Get one with a lot of pillow as well as back support. Usually, there are 2 fishing pole owners behind the seat, as well as additional mountings in front for things such as a compass or depth finder.