This is my second of two posts on rigging my Cuda 14 with a fish finder/chart plotter combo unit. In my first post, I showed how I made a portable battery that can be moved from one yak to another. In this post, I will tell you how I mounted the unit.
There has been a lot of discussion lately on electronics for kayak fishing and several really good ideas posted. This post is the first of two on the topic. The first will show how my Dad and I built a portable power supply that we can move from boat to boat. The second post will
The new Cruise from Jackson Kayak doesn’t come with a paddle keeper of it’s own, so I needed to install them. A paddle keeper makes a handy place to store a stake out pole while on the water. It’s convenient and out of the way in that spot. Well I just so happened to have
Had a fellow fisherman Brad White reach out for help on rigging a Jackson Cuda 14, and wanted a setup for fishing the local lakes. Turns out Brad lives in the same town, so made it easy to do the install in an evening. After talking to brad and deciding what he wanted,
Well the time has come that Yak Attack has released a new product that works very well with the Jackson Cuda!
The gear track GT90 like its original GT175 is a track mounting system for just about any type of RAM or Scotty accessory. The thing that is different about the GT90 is its
Here is my how to for the Jackson Cuda Scupper Transducer bracket and install.
I used the idea from here. http://www.scoutdoorsblog.com/2012/04/rig-cuda-garmin-150-install-part-1.html
1 Lowrance X-4 Pro Fish finder with transom mount transducer
1 piece of 1/2″ wide Aluminum stock
1 screw with washer and nut
Hardware that came with X-4
TH Marine Thru Cap for hull pass through deck wiring.
1 Tube of
I had documented this process on the Cuda prior to the last IFA event, but I deleted all the pictures off my camera before the tournament since it wass catch-photo-release and I wanted to give the judges a clean card to look through. So today I had it all planned out, I would film and