Boating safety got me thinking. I don't kayak nearly what I used to but have some plans to do some evening trips in a week or so. One thing I always have day or night is my Shake It light from Paddle Punks who make the woohoo flounder light top water uses. The white PVC with reflective tape helps day or night when your boat is between swells or around a corner in a bayou. The light gives a 360 white. Fits right in the rod holder snugly, won't snag if you hit it on a back cast and turns on with a shake instead of having to fool with switches.
Would work well on a small boat as well. I think these guys flounder lights are getting popular but the light is a great idea that with all the new kayakers around thought people should know about.
I don't have this exact light but I do have one. Under my light I fly an orange triangle flag as well. My Yak is chartruse and I try to wear a bright colored shirt when I go out. I'd rather overkill than be overrun.
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