The Watercraft Journal Welcomes Kool PWC Stuff To Its Family of Advertisers

Here’s a weird conundrum: recreational fishing is a huge, multi-multi-million dollar industry in the United States, yet the number of fishermen failing to use personal watercraft – particularly in light of the overwhelming cost of a new fishing boat – is staggering. There are some who have mastered it, like our own “JetSki Brian” Lockwood (expect another update shortly), but for the most part, PWC fishing is an art absent to most Americans.

Well, the father-and-son team from Fort Myers, Florida that originated Kool PWC Stuff ( are the original designers of the universal JetSki fishing and cooler racks. Engineered to fit virtually any personal watercraft runabout available today, the easy-to-use and easier-to-install rack is possibly one of the best accessories on the market today.

Requiring a minute or two to install, the Kool PWC Stuff rack is just a part of the company’s repartee of fine PWC accessories and tools, including rod holders, gas can holders and lightweight saddle bag-style jerry cans, and much more. Best of all, all of Kool PWC Stuff’s products are designed for the least – if not zero – intrusion imaginable. No drilling. No cutting.

New to their roster is the Flyboard rack, which has quickly caught on with those using full-sized personal watercraft as the powersource for a Flyboard. All of Kool PWC Stuff’s racks feature individually adjusted legs provide a flat, secure surface for their rack to rest.

All of us at The Watercraft Journal are very excited to welcome Kool PWC Stuff to the family and look forward to getting to test out their awesome rack and even try our hand at some exciting PWC fishing!

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Kevin Shaw

Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – Kevin Shaw is a decade-long powersports and automotive journalist whose love for things that go too fast has led him to launching The Watercraft Journal. Almost always found with stained hands and dirt under his fingernails, Kevin has an eye for the technical while keeping a eye out for beautiful photography and a great story.

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