Native TV 'How To Use an Anchor Trolley On a Kayak' with Neil Taylor

In the last episode of Native TV we showed you how to install an anchor trolley and in this episode Neil Taylor shows us how to use it. An anchor trolley is a HUGE asset when fishing in current or wind.

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In the last episode of Native TV we showed you how to install an anchor trolley and in this episode Neil Taylor shows us how to use it. An anchor trolley is a HUGE asset when fishing in current or wind.

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Adrian Chapa
Adrian Chapa - 1 year ago
good job
JoobyFoo
JoobyFoo - 3 years ago
yeah... but how do you adjust the length of your anchor line?
c fedyszyn
c fedyszyn - 3 years ago
I don't quite understand. anchor depth can vary so much. 10 ft. to 30 ft. You don't let out all the line, do you, in just 10 ft. of water.
Twin Troller
Twin Troller - 3 years ago
Is kayak fishing suppose to be fun? Looks like paddle, anchor, fish....paddle, anchor, fish. You call that fishing?
M. Smith
M. Smith - 2 years ago
Hell YES, it's fun. (Unless you get a kick out of spending all your time in your Parent's Basement...!) Outdoors, man (or woman, if that's the case!)
Brandon Macklin
Brandon Macklin - 2 years ago
Twin Troller is getting on other people's YouTube channel to try and promote your ridiculously overpriced Jon Boat fun?
Fred Block
Fred Block - 4 years ago
Agreed! Thanks for showing "HOW" the anchor is used. I was getting blown around the lake today (second time kayak fishing on a borrowed boat; now shopping for my own). I hit YouTube tonight to learn how to anchor. Thanks for the information! What type of rope do you use and knot to the anchor? Please share that thanks!
Broxty
Broxty - 4 years ago
very dangerous way to anchor up in any current or chop. Anyone looking to anchor in a river or ocean should never use this style, always use a quick release option.
Ryan Kopczyk
Ryan Kopczyk - 4 years ago
How does this style work? Where is the quick release located on the line? Thanks man
dmger14
dmger14 - 4 years ago
Good video. I see videos on the anchor trolley system installation but didn't know how it should be used.
H Garcia
H Garcia - 5 years ago
whats the purpose of having a float on the anchor line?.. Is it necessary even in canals and lakes that dont have much current
No Cover Charge
No Cover Charge - 4 years ago
+Benjamin Quirk it's spelled folly beach... I live there
Benjamin Quirk
Benjamin Quirk - 5 years ago
Was going to show you the Anchor & Float but don't know how to share / post pictures
Benjamin Quirk
Benjamin Quirk - 5 years ago
I have a 14' Necky Touring Kayak set up for fishing. I made the Anchor to stay in one spot for either Lakes or Marshes near Folley Beach, SC. If I get a fish I can easily unhook the Anchor from the anchor trolley line and come back to it. The float will be easy to find / retrieve
Blane Hite
Blane Hite - 5 years ago
Is Dunedin causeway/honeymoon island?
Stephen Dobson
Stephen Dobson - 4 years ago
I said the same thing. I'm getting married out there in October 2016. I also virtually grew up out in the exact area. My mother's (R.I.P.) favorite place to be was out there at the causeway/beach. Almost everything I know about the sea-life in the Gulf of Mexico I learned from that beach. It has always been bitter-sweet being out there after we lost Mom in 1984.
One more thing, there was a 13' hammerhead shark caught off the tip of "Pet Beach" when I was a kid. Yes Indeed! :)

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Jude Fernandes
Jude Fernandes - 6 years ago
Hey how do these native kayaks do on choppy water , like out in the ocean as they have a flat bottom ? Are they stable .Thanks
a8figureman
a8figureman - 6 years ago
Yes if the line isn't long enough it won't touch the bottom. 50 ft is normal
1WildBoar1
1WildBoar1 - 7 years ago
Does it matter how deep the water is and how long your anchor line is?
Native Watercraft
Native Watercraft - 7 years ago
Nope, it threads through the cleats and ties to clips that fasten together.
laurasautographs
laurasautographs - 7 years ago
so you don't actually need to tie the rope to a cleat or anything?
Native Watercraft
Native Watercraft - 7 years ago
Thanks for watching!
austin stevens
austin stevens - 8 years ago
song?

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