A throw-and-go kayak for bass fishing, part 2

Last issue we reviewed the Feelfree Moken 10, a 10-foot “throw-and-go” kayak that got high marks for portability (it has a built-in keel wheel) and stability. For this issue, we tricked it out with some accessories to help explore brushy creeks and backwaters.
A couple of paddle holders for paddle and net, a rod stager system and anchor setup added about $265 to the kayak, which retailed for $799.
A FlexRod Stager System from Yakgadget ($45.99; yakgadget.com) carries three rods horizontally, away from overhanging branches. The stagers mount in the factory-installed tracks with YakAttack’s Feelfree Adapter Plates ($25 for six; yakattack.us). We turned the front stager 180 degrees to keep rod tips away from brush.
On the starboard forward track we installed a Low Profile Kayak Anchor Wizard ($125; anchorwizard.com). It is low enough to easily crank even with a paddle in the YakAttack Dual RotoGrip Paddle Holder ($40).
We routed the anchor line with a couple of YakAttack Padeyes ($12 for a six-pack) inside the starboard aft track. A DIY chain anchor to slow and stop us in current stows nicely in the Anchor Wizard’s tube.
To keep a landing net handy, we through-bolted a YakAttack Mighty Mount ($12) in the storage compartment’s lid and slid in a YakAttack Roto Grip Paddle Holder ($17).