Loader System

The SWEET Heavy-Duty Loader and Rack system is a simple yet effective method for loading and transporting canoes, fishing kayaks, touring kayaks, and SUPs.

The rotating rack system allows a single person to load boats, ladders, and other long and heavy objects on top of most SUVs, pickups, and cars.

The load bars will accommodate loads up to  200 pounds and 37 inches wide.

The universal mounting plate attaches to all factory crossbars and to Thule and Yakima crossbars.

Quick-Release feature of the rotating load bar and the stationary load bar allows you to install and remove the load bars from their base, which remain attached to the vehicle.

  • Heavy Duty powder-coated steel components
  • Stainless steel hardware
  • Precision welded and hand finished
  • Made in USA



Rig & Run fly rod holder

ATTENTION fly fishers! Sweet Canoe Stuff, LLC  has a totally new and innovative way to manage fly rods and reels while rigging up and running to new locations during the day. Durable and inexpensive, Rig & Run Fly Rod Holders are the handiest things to come along in fly fishing in decades. Great gift idea for any fly fisher.


  • Fly rod holders for left and right side of vehicle
  • Attaches securely to windows or doors
  • Holds rod horizontally for hassle-free rigging
  • Ideal for making short runs without breaking down the rod
  • Includes a neodymium magnetic strap for holding the rod tip
  • Goes anywhere! Stows easily in gear bags or suitcase
  • Made using double layers of 1000 denier nylon
  • Patents pending
  • Made in America

Go to  Rig & Run Fly Rod Holders 


Canoe Anchor and Drift System

An effective and easy way to build a canoe or kayak anchoring system is to use a mushroom anchor, which can be stowed in a heavy-duty 2-gallon plastic bucket with holes drilled in the bottom. The bucket keeps the anchor and rope off the deck and out of the way, and the bucket also can be used as a drift sock.

Mushroom-style anchors are less likely to get hung up on rocks or brush than folding anchors. This is important for safety when anchoring in deep water. Another good alternative for anchors are old window sash weights.

After dropping the anchor to hold the boat in place, tie the rope to a thwart using a half-hitch knot. The remainder of the rope stays in the bucket and out of the way. You can also toss the bucket overboard and tie of the rope off to use the bucket as a drift sock.

This system works well with the Sweet Anchor Board, which attaches to the bow or the stern and holds the anchor rope at the end of the canoe. This keeps the boat from swinging in the wind at anchor and also keeps the boat tracking straight when drift fishing.

The Anchor Board also balances the canoe when it is inverted and protects the ends of the canoe from damage.

The anchor board can be cut out of 3/4″ marine plywood.