Team Fish, Inc., Maker of CastMate™ Systems Fishing Tackle Management for Float Tubes and Kayaks Announces New Patent Award from the USPTO

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San Diego-based outdoor products design and manufacturing firm Team Fish, Inc's, CastMate™ V2.0 has been awarded a Patent by the United States Patent and Trademark Office for Fishing Rod Holder and Tackle Management Platform for Kayaks and Float Tubes

Team Fish, Inc's YakMate

Turns your kayak or float tube into a tactical fishing machine!

The CastMate™ Systems V2.0 fishing tackle manager for float tubes and kayaks affords a simple yet efficient modular frame design for handling assorted equipment within the confines of the limited space of a Float Tube or Kayak. Its unique design and utility have been awarded a Patent from the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

The CastMate™ System was originally designed as a float tube rod holder/rod rack, but has evolved into a platform for managing all fishing equipment and accessories for float tubes, pontoon tubes, canoes and kayaks.

The CastMate™ V.2.0 allows attachment of a wide selection of fishing accessories to turn all makes of kayaks and float tubes into flexible fishing machines, allowing the addition of a fish finder holder, rod holders, video camera and more.

The accessories include:

  • Fishing Rod Holders
  • Net Holder
  • Combo Cup Holder
  • Video Camera Mount [Above and Below water level]
  • Tackle Table

All these attachments allow for easy access to all your fishing gear and tackle from the comfort of your float tube or kayak. All CastMate products are made with lightweight marine grade aluminum and nylon. Manufactured in the United States.

Team Fish, Inc. is a small veteran-owned design and manufacturing firm based in San Diego, California, with owners who are avid anglers and sportsmen. All Team Fish products are made in the USA and assembled here in California.

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