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Vibe and ANGLR Walk You Through The Sea Ghost 110

Written by Vibe Pro Team on June 12, 2020

Our friends at ANGLR wrote up this great accessory list and video walkthrough with Joshua Thomas on the Sea Ghost 110 fishing kayak. Check it out! 

So you’ve just gone out and purchased your Vibe Kayaks Sea Ghost 110. First off, congratulations on selecting an awesome kayak! But you’re not here for congratulations, you’re here to see what modifications and accessories you can or should add to make this kayak fit your needs on the water. Thankfully for you, we sat down with Joshua Thomas, Founder & CEO of Vibe Kayaks to get a full rundown of the Vibe Kayaks Sea Ghost 110 accessories options.

Vibe Kayaks Sea Ghost 110 Accessories Options

Deck Padding

Deck padding helps to deafen the sound you make while moving around on the water. It also makes it more comfortable to stand throughout those long days on the water. Deck padding is incredibly helpful in shallow water so you’re not banging and clanging around with pliers and tools between casts and spooking nearby fish. 

Anchor Trolley

Having an anchor trolley allows you to position exactly where your anchor point is, be it bow or stern or somewhere in between. This can be incredibly helpful when fishing current or trying to position your boat along a windblown point. 

Anchor Pole

The Vibe Anchor pole is incredibly helpful for shallow water anglers. Instead of paddling, quietly pole your way along so you can avoid spooking fish during the spawn or along grass flats. 

Rod Holders

There are so many options for rod holders these days. As you saw in the video, Josh uses the Omega Pro from YakAttack. The Omega Pro has an extension in it which allows you to position the rod holder higher than other options. Another option Josh likes is a ram mount rod holder which allows you lock-in your reel in the rod holder to avoid it getting taken by a fish while you might not be paying attention. 

Line Cutterz Ring

The Line Cutterz ring fits really well on the frame of the seat on your Sea Ghost. This ring allows you to quickly cut your line, even braided line, to swap baits easily on the water.

Surface Mount Retractor

surface mount retractor is easy to mount and allows you to leash fish grips, pliers, or any other tool you might want to keep handy directly on a cord that you can quickly grab and use, then allow it to retract back for safekeeping. 

Stand Assist Strap

A stand assist strap helps you for standing up and sitting down in your Sea Ghost. This strap can even be helpful for getting in and out of your kayak safely. Josh recommends the YakGear Stand Assist Strap. All Vibe Kayaks come with a pad eye upfront that you can simply loop your stand assist strap through for easy installation.

YakAttack Command Stand

The YakAttack Command Stand allows you to pull yourself up, lean against it while casting or reeling, and you can even add grips to it for holding your paddle. The YakAttack Command Stand has the ability to fold flat which makes it easy to transport or put away when you’re on the water and no longer need it. 

Kayak Crate

Similar to rod holders, there are tons of different crate options for your kayak. Josh personally prefers the NRS Ambush kayak crate. It comes with three rod holders in the back, tons of pockets, and tackle trays inside. It’s a great way to store your rods, baits, and other tackle. 

YakGear Visicarbon Pro

The YakGear Visicarbon Pro is a carbon pole with an orange flag for visibility and an LED light for those early mornings or late evenings on the water. Safety is of the utmost importance, no fish is worth putting yourself in danger on the water. As a final note, always remember to wear your PFD. 

Hopefully, this breakdown helps shed some light on the vast amount of Vibe Kayaks Sea Ghost 110 accessories available to your disposal. Remember to log your Vibe Kayak in the ANGLR app to get rewarded and log stats specific to your Sea Ghost like catches, distance paddled, and how many trips you’ve taken!

 Written By: Derek Horner, Anglr


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