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2nd Annual Rigged Kayak Photo Contest!

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One of the best parts about kayak fishing is customizing your yak! Some kayak anglers like their kayaks rigged with every gadget or contraption known to man; while others prefer the less is more concept. It’s time to settle the score once again, and let the community decide who has the sweetest rig! YakAngler.com would like to announce our second annual Rigged Kayak Photo Contest. Here's how it will work....

This contest  is for the best photograph of your rigged kayak.  Your kayak dosen't have to be rigged with everything including the kitchen sink to win, it's the communities vote that will count.

The contest  is going to last a month, starting today June 27th  2011 and running until July 24th 2011.

On July 24th the top 5 pictures selected by Adam and I will be posted on the forums and a YakAngler forum user poll, lasting a week, will decide the winners.

All of the submitted photos will also be added to our photo gallery.

Enter Your Photo Now!


-All YakStaff members may participate, Adam and I will not
-All pictures must be at least 800X800 pixels in size
-Photographs do not have to be taken during the contest they can be older ones
-Maximum allowed pictures are 1 per photo shoot, but you may submit up to 5 photo shoots
-All pictures must be of good clear photo quality
-All pictures must be submitted by July 24th, 2011
-All pictures must be using the photo entry form
-Your full name, your username "if applicable"

The winner will recieve the following prizes:

The Snap Shot Ruler by Shore And Land Outdoors

The Snip by Boomerang Tool

The Fish Grip by Norton Brass Rattler

Good Luck!

We would like to thank the following companies for making this contest possible!





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Mark Watanabe

Mark "YakSushi" Watanabe is the Co. Founder of YakAngler.com, "He built this site!". He considers himself a mediocre fisherman and an unexceptional writer. He's the devoted father of a ton of little sushis (Air Quotes) and everyday tech ninja.

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