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Monday, 11 January 2016 00:00

YakAngler Pro Interview - Jameson Redding

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Jameson Redding hosts Yakangler’s Inside and Out, and represents many companies in the kayak fishing industry. From the time I met him he has always been willing to help, no matter how tough or thankless the job. He is a constant study with his camera craft: learning and pushing limits to make a product anyone would be proud of. He is a heck of a Yakangler and I am honored to call him a  friend.

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Last modified on Monday, 11 January 2016 08:32
Chris Funk

Chris Funk is an avid outdoorsman and rabid photographer. He tells folks his life revolves around 6 "F"s, his Faith,Family,Fur,Fins,Feathers and Fotography. He paddles all over the Southeast with his bride Angie and son Ethan. They fish for any critter that will tighten a line and it doesn't matter if it is with conventional gear, fly gear or bowfishing gear. He and his son are on the Jackson kayak fishing team and the whole family helps with an awesome group called Paddle4Tomorrow that gets people with special needs out for a day of paddling.

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