Wilderness ATAC 120

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Powerleveradjuster
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Wilderness ATAC 120

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Wilderness ATAC 120 2018 in excellent condition, very few scratches. Used only in Lake Travis and has been garage kept.
Comes with seat, rudder, Boondocks Landing Gear, and a manual operated anchor pole. Selling because it has not
had that much use, asking $950. Text if interested 512-six three six-1517. Location Austin, Texas. It looking for a
Good home!! The trailer in not included.
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That manually operated anchor pole is interesting. Where did you get the idea for that? Is it fairly easy to raise and lower?
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Powerleveradjuster
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I got the idea from Kevin Dismuke, he makes motor mounts for kayaks. He also makes anchor pole mounts which
I liked and purchased one from him. He makes the mounts for either 1/2” or 3/4” poles, I chose the 1/2” model
which is all you need for lake fishing. The pole is 10’ fiberglass and releasing it it is very smooth and quick to drop in the
water. With it all the way into the water it holds the kayak very well and I can then stand up and fish!
Kevin is located in Fort Worth Tx.
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Neat! How do you get it to go up? TexasJim
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If you look at the three picture down you will see next to the seat a cleat with the pole line connected to it. Just
release the line and the weight of the anchor pole cause it to drop into the water. Pulling it up is a dream.
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