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Sunday, 27 July 2014 02:16

Sailfish Surprise

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Thursday, October 10, 2013 turned out to be a great day for me. After an early morning run to Half Hitch Tackle in PCB, FL for gear and bait, Brian Singley and I launched from our condo’s beach. The water was quite calm considering tropical storm Karen past through the area that week. Once on the water we paddled past…
Saturday, 26 July 2014 19:13

Try something new

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I will admit it. I am a power fisherman. Spinners, crankbaits, lipless cranks, spoons and square bills are my usual arsenal. Most days I am able to catch my fair share of fish with my favorites, but today was just not that day. I spent nearly 4 hours fishing my home waters at Stillhouse Hollow Lake in Killeen, TX with…
Thursday, 24 July 2014 19:43

You got a Slayer Propel, now what?

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So I recently took the plunge and bought a Native Slayer Propel 13 a few months ago and I immediately dove into modifications and rigging. Even though the boat cost near $2400, I just couldn't help myself. My first mod was the most in depth by far; the venerable fish finder. I had been sitting on a Lowrance Elite 4…
Monday, 07 July 2014 09:54

Florida Red Snapper Data Collection Help

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Kayak fishermen targeting red snapper this year along Florida's East Coast should aim to help out Florida Fish And Wildlife (FWC) with the information about their catches. The FWC will be asking anglers to take a quick survey about their catch that day. This info will help them design future regulations on the red snapper season. 
Thursday, 03 July 2014 22:46

Import/Export

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I read an article published on Fisherynation.com today. it was titled Why are we Importing our own fish? The article talked about how 86% of the fish we consume in the United States is Imported from other countries, while one third of what we catch is exported to some of those same countries.
Pulling double duties, Werner Paddles Pro Staff Jeff Herman was acting as a tech rep at the LKS tournament, Saturday June 7. While talking paddle design he was also handing out raffle tickets. The catch was, the only way to get a Werner raffle ticket was to land a redfish during the tournament and release it alive. Out of seventy…
Tuesday, 27 May 2014 14:34

Atlantic snook season closed

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The recreational harvest of snook in Atlantic state and federal waters will close on June 1.
Thursday, 24 April 2014 00:00

“A Circus Act” - Tips On Standing In A Kayak

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Some kayak companies are marketing their fishing kayaks as stable enough to stand in. Despite the evolution of stable kayaks, there are many kayak anglers that have not taken advantage of this feature, although they would like to. If you are a person who would like to but haven’t for whatever reason, it is to you that I am writing…
Sunday, 20 April 2014 09:33

Jackson Kayak Cuda 12 SeaDek Kayak Pads

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After this cold Wisconsin winter I was extremely happy to have soft water and be able to wet a line.  My kayak, a Jackson Cuda 12, was broke in last year and has traveled with me across the state fishing for bass and northern pike, to Kentucky for some Big Bass, and even Florida for the Yakangler/Kayak Fishing Radio Boondoggle!…
Saturday, 19 April 2014 14:49

EGO Ti22 Pliers

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Recently I found myself going crazy trying to find a reliable, quality pair of fishing pliers that would hold up to the harsh saltwater conditions that I all too often find myself in. In addition to standing up to corrosion I needed something that was light and above all else could cut through braided line without issue. I went through…
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