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Scupper plugs are perfect to help you stay dry while paddling your sit-on top kayak. Made of compressible EVA material they can fit in different sizes of scupper holes. The EVA material keeps water out of the cockpit and it is easy to install and to remove. 4 scupper plugs per pack.
- Product Dimensions: 4 x 1.2 x 1.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.3 ounces
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
- ASIN: B00C86H9FI
- Item model number: PS1409-00
These are Excellent – Perfect for Wilderness Systems Tarpons
I took a chance on these Scupper Plugs with no Reviews and only basic sizing info. I have a very popular Fishing Kayak model Wilderness Tarpon and these fit perfectly. They are a firm, closed-cell foam plug and are about an 1/8″ larger than the Holes in the Kayak. They are easy to push in and work fine -keeping water out and and they do not pop-out like others I tried.
These are great and easy to pull when you get water in …
I’ve bought tons of these. I lose them all the time lol. These are great and easy to pull when you get water in your yak. Just buy lots of them because yeah I’ll occasionally leave them on the bumper of my truck when I go to leave. Right now I have 5, 4 packs in my drywell as backups.
good for price
being made of foam, it takes a while for them to shape to my kayak. The first few times in the water, the water just popped them back out. after a little encouragement, they started staying put. overall good product, but i wish they would hold up a little better. i had the same results using practice golf balls.
Works great on my future beach spirit 120 kayak! Squeeze them so they’re smaller and plug them into the drain holes. Make sure to really press hard to get them as deep as possible. The more they’re squeezed by the drain hole the better they work. Didn’t let a drop in.
Glad I found these to plug the holes in my …
Glad I found these to plug the holes in my Pelican sit-on-top kayak. Leak a little but I’m a lot drier. The boat is a personal fishing boat for out-of-the-way places and I prefer to stay as dry as possible.
I use this for my boat and love it
These are 1.25″ and a soft spongy material (not sure of the best words to describe it, but they are firm enough to hold their shape, but pliable enough to stuff in the holes. I know these are technically for a canoe, but rather than buying a new scupper with the plastic ball to stop water from coming in the back of my 231 Mako, these are perfect. I have other drain scuppers at the back of the boat that will still flush the water out, and worse case, my 2 bilge pumps will take care of the rest.
Good choice for a Scupper Plug
Perfect fit, makes it easy, The sizing for all the different scupper plugs is confusing. This will fit almost any scupper I have seen on many different makes of Kayaks.
Not necessary,but fits the bill.
Worked great on my Pelican Matrix 120x. Wasn’t to keen on seeing the water through the holes of my kayak, but now that these are installed, I’m ready to hit the water.
super scupper plugs
The plugs work as advertised, they easily plug the scupper drains under my kayak seats and they are a cinch to remove with the attached cords.
Does what it does
Fits perfectly in a Feelfree nomad…better than the factory plugs imo. I’ll be getting another pack…why is there a word limit on reviews?