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Tuesday, 06 September 2011 07:20

2 Weeks And A 3 Day Bust

I haven’t been writing very much lately because, well there hasn’t been a lot to write about. Last week, the wind from Hurricane Irene made being on the water tumultuous at best and I’ve learned to trust my instincts when it comes to that and stayed off the water 25 knot winds aren’t conditions you should be in while kayak fishing.

Published in Staff Blog
Monday, 22 August 2011 06:50

One Of Those Dear Fly Rod Letters

I’ve never been good with words or saying I’m sorry. I’m not quite sure how to say this, so I’m just going to say it. Even though it’s hard for both of us, I’m sure that you’ll agree that it’s for the best.

Published in Staff Blog
Thursday, 30 June 2011 09:37

The Rain Factor

Have you ever been bewildered by not finding fish where they should be, only to realize later, with a resounding “Duh!” where you went wrong?
Thursday, 23 June 2011 17:49

Think Tank Lures: TriggerFish

With ICAST coming up next month, I've been checking out the exhibitor list and previous years top products. I came across the Triggerfish by Think Tank Lures and just thought that I would share.

Published in Fishing Gear
Monday, 20 June 2011 17:32

Choosing The Right Kayak for You

One thing folks ask me quite a bit is “What’s the best kayak I should get?” Since the variables are so complex, there’s no simple, cut and dry answer. It’s almost like asking someone what sort of shoes to buy. I’m sure that any kayak fishing guide or pro angler will tell you to get the kayak that they use because, chances are, they’re on a kayak manufacturers pro staff and that’s what they’re supposed to do.

Published in How To Paddling
Monday, 16 May 2011 10:37

Keith And The Perfect Storm

Two words of advice to live by pertaining to kayak fishing: Never underestimate Mother Nature and listen to your gut instincts, you have them for a reason...

Published in Staff Blog
Monday, 04 April 2011 09:11

Surgeons Knot

Part of being successful at fishing is making sure that you can tie a reliable and strong line to line connecting knot. Nothing is worse than feeling that “Thunk!” on the end of your line and then, just like that…..he was gone, only to reel in a “little piggy” curly Q which will tell you that your knot came undone.

Tuesday, 22 February 2011 17:45

Presidents Day And The Great Slog

I’m not sure where to start this post – so many great things happened in such a short period of time that I’m still trying to process it all. My body aches from back to back dawn to dusk fishing/paddling trips, my hands hurt from catching so many fish, and my mind is befuddled by lack of sleep and eating….but who needs food and sleep when there’s fishing to be done?


Published in Spotlight

Who would I love to go Fly Fishing with?

Published in Staff Blog
Tuesday, 01 February 2011 05:39

Are You Safe?

See if this scares you into being a bit more serious about your safety on the water:
RUSKIN — The Coast Guard ended its search for a missing kayaker Sunday afternoon when officials found his body near E.G. Simmons Park in Ruskin.


Published in How To Paddling
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