Tandem Fishing Kayak - Milk Crate Platform

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Do you use your tandem fishing kayak in single seat mode? If so, you have the same problem I do with the rear tandem kayak seat getting in the way of installing your ffishing kayak milk crate and providing a place for fishing kayak tackle storage. Here is a kayak milk crate DIY that solves the problem. I show how to put a milk crate on a tandem kayak. This is a great kayak hack if you need to avoid the rear seat when trying to find a secure way to do tackle management. This is one of many easy mods and quick tips! Implement this idea if you have the same issue I do!

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