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Jackall Chunk Craw

REVIEW: Jackall Chunk Craw 4 Inch Creature Bait

The Jackall Chunk Craw is a bait I’ve been familiar with for a little over a year. It has spent most of its time in Japan but has started to gain popularity here in America. I ordered a couple of packs from Tackle Warehouse (who...

Lockrack

Lockrack Holds Kayaks and Sups Without Straps

If you are a kayak angler or a stand up paddleboard enthusiast, cartopping your board or kayak is hard enough without adding in the frustration of straps and locks. Lockrack has come up with a way to secure your board or kayak on top of...

Bonafide SS127 Kayak Review

REVIEW: Bonafide SS127 Kayak

It’s not a secret that the Bonafide SS127 has been on the review wish list for me for almost a year now. Watching videos of people paddling the prototype made me even more curious because all of the ideas and dreams of Luther Cifers and...

Radar 135 Kayak Review Payne Outdoors

Kayak Review: Radar 135 (Paddle Only) from Wilderness Systems

Heard about the Radar 135 from Wilderness Systems? I checked it out and I’m giving you the real info. No paid praise. No mandatory glowing review. If you’re down with that, keep reading. My new norm for reviewing kayaks is spending a day fishing on...

Chronarch MGL 150HG

New Shimano Chronarch MGL Introduced

Offering advanced baitcasting reel technology both tournament and advance bass anglers require, Shimano introduces its re-engineered Chronarch MGL reels, now offered with lightweight Magnumlite spools and in three different gear ratios models. Weighing-in at 6.5-ounces, the six reels in the series include the Chronarch MGL...

REVIEW: Lowrance HOOK-7 Fishfinder

The Lowrance HOOK-7 is on the review table today. I recently installed it on one of my kayaks and will have an install video available soon but today I’ll share the goods, the not so good, and make an overall recommendation. From the manufacturer: The...

REVIEW: Flambeau Waterproof Satchel and Cage

As anglers, we go through phases. For me it is usually phases of taking lots of tackle and then the opposite, which is taking only what I need. A downsizing if you will. I’m in the downsizing stage now and have been spending some time...

REVIEW: NuCanoe Pursuit

With the recent buzz of the NuCanoe Pursuit, I knew I needed to get into one so I could see what all the talk was about. The NuCanoe Pursuit is 13.5 feet long with a 35 inch width. The hull weighs 82 pounds and it...

REVIEW: Mustang Survival Bluewater Dry Bags

Being able to keep gear dry is inherent with being a kayak angler.  Kayakers know better than anyone that things getting wet kust comes with the territory. The Mustang Survival Roll Top dry bags are a solution to that. In the age of GoPro there...

REVIEW: Shimano Power Pliers

Have you ever had a dull or broken hook and struggled to take it off the split ring?  As an avid price conscience fisherman, I repair, update, and clean my lures before buying a replacement.  I constantly found myself fighting rusted or corroded split rings...

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