When it comes to kayak fishing, our customers take their rigs very seriously. Each angler has a unique set up, catered to their personal style of fishing.

Everything from fishing accessories to safety equipment, and even DIY projects, they all have a place in our customers’ experience.

Here’s a fishing kayak set up from an ACK Customer, featuring the Viking Profish 400 Lite


This Viking Profish 400 Lite is geared up to be an efficient and well-oiled machine out on the water. The Viking Rudder with toe control will make paddling this kayak a dream as it tracks great and turns on a dime.

The rod set up is great for keeping one rod ready to go, and your back ups out of the way. Sometimes less is more with rods. Using only 3, you’ll find yourself more organized and not scrambling to find the one you’re looking for.

Their fishing gear is protected by the rod floats that are zip tied to the lower half of the rod. When you’re spending a good amount of money on fishing gear, you want to make sure you take every precaution to keep from loosing it!

Mounting the fish finder directly in front of you makes it easy to read and reach controls. Using a transducer arm for the fish finder makes for easy installation while allowing you to customize the location of your transducer.

This kayak takes some of the most important safety aspects into consideration. You’ll see a visibility flag raised high above the deck of the kayak, as well as a 360º light near the rear. This setup meets the needs to stay visible during the day and in low light situations.

Featured Products:

  1. Viking Kayaks Profish 400 Lite
  2. Viking Kayaks Rudder Kit w/ Toe Control
  3. Rod Floats
  4. Fish Finder
  5. Transducer Arm
  6. Visibility Flag
  7. 360º Light
  8. Milk Crate

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