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Pool Noodle Rod Float

Whether your kayak is 8 feet or 16 feet, built for speed or stability; if you plan on bringing your expensive fishing tackle along, don’t be so sure it will want stay on-board. Even the most experienced kayak fisherman can lose his or her balance and go from right side up to upside down, among a plethora of other scenarios in which gear and tackle could fall victim to the depths.

Florida Sportsman member mikedameron offers a cheap and effective way to keep at least your rods afloat in case of disaster, utilizing a modified common pool noodle. Check out the details on the forum thread, here.