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Entries from July 2012

Jackson Cuda transducer install, pt2

July 26th, 2012 · 1 Comment

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If you missed the first part of the transducer installation, you can check it out here And I’m back from ICAST and prepping for Outdoor Retailer. Busy busy is me. Here is, however, the completion of the transducer installation on my Jackson Kayak Cuda. With the transducer installed in the scupper, it’s now time to […]

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Wind.

July 23rd, 2012 · 1 Comment

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If you have ever followed this blog, twitter, videos, fished with me, etc, then you know that wind is my least favorite weather phenomenon. Even prior to kayak fishing, wind was always my nemesis. I still don’t understand how it never seems to be at my back. I can set off into a headwind, turn […]

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ICAST 2012 Award Winners

July 11th, 2012 · 9 Comments

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Industry Award Winners For ICAST 2012 in full. Apparel: Columbia Sportswear Airgill Chill long sleeve shirt Boat: Hobie Mirage Pro Angler 12 Boating Accessory: Power Pole Drift Paddle Rod & Reel Combo: Penn Battle Combo Electronics: Humminbird 360ยบ Viewing Eyeware: Costa 580p Sunrise Fishing Accessory: American Premier Ultimate Line Winding System Fly Fishing Accessory: Luna […]

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ICAST day 1 notes

July 11th, 2012 · No Comments

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Day 1 ICAST notes: Hobie’s latest personal boat Pro Angler 12, won ICASTs best boat and best of show, just like its bigger brother. Jackson Kayak brings an all new baby Cuda 12′. TFO went to work on its conventional rods. Diablo has a new skeg design and other awesome accessories. Abu baitcasters went on […]

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Jackson Kayak transducer install, pt1

July 9th, 2012 · 5 Comments

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I’m about to head out to ICAST (leave for the airport in an hour) and discovered I still had the photos from my transducer installation on the camera. That means I didn’t write about it! So, here ya go. It’s not complete, because I need to install my through-hull and get the lines installed inside […]

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