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Tuesday, 26 November 2013 17:37

Patching up those leaky waders

If you wear anything to keep waterproof, be it waders or a dry suit, and you spend any time kayak fishing, chances are at some point there will be a hole that will make for a miserable discovery. Breathable dry gear is expensive--a couple hundred bucks each for waders and dry tops, and much more for dry suits. Fortunately holes and small tears are easily repaired, and can bring new life to something you might otherwise shove aside and replace.

Published in How To Paddling
Sunday, 12 May 2013 18:30

How to kayaking dry gear care

Taking care of dry gear, be it waders, dry tops, dry suits, or even breathable rain gear, is often overlooked. They are usually tossed into the back of the truck, or in a tote, and if they’re lucky, you’ll remember to pull them out, rinse them off, and hang them up to dry. While rinsing your gear is the first step to keeping it in good shape, there are additional steps to breathe life back into these breathable waterproof fabrics.

Friday, 08 October 2010 02:00

Dress for Success

With winter fishing coming up quickly, it’s important to evaluate what you wear under your PFD.  Dressing appropriately for conditions is what is going to keep you comfortable for more successful fishing, and it’s going to keep you alive. Cold water kills quicker than cold air.  Even if it’s a nice day out, the shock of hitting freezing cold water can keep you from getting back into the boat.  Keep the following information in mind when you're preparing to attack the water this winter.

Published in How To Paddling

By the time this article goes to print, there will be just enough time to get some of this stuff in time for Christmas.

Below pretty much my Letter to Santa, with some great gear for kayak fishing.

Lets start with....

Published in Staff Blog

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