Report: Fishing Tampa Bay for the KBF July Saltwater Challenge

I have been incredibly busy lately with a few projects but now that things are starting to settle down I figured it was time to do some fishing.  The redfish bite has been excellent in the area, with schools of fish everywhere in the bay, I decided to sign up for KBF’s July Saltwater Challenge. The weather looked iffy as Continue Reading

Coming Soon: Molix Lures

“Creating products that change the way we fish” – Mike Iaconelli If you chase fish with lures, you need to pay attention to the video above.  It’s a short clip of a couple lures developed by Molix.  You may not have heard of Molix yet, but they’re sure to be a game changer!   Keep an eye on HOOK 1 – Continue Reading

NEKF Mass Bay Striper Shootout VII

The 7th Annual New England Kayak Fishing Mass Bay Striper Shootout will be taking place August 19-21 in Salem, MA this year! If you haven’t registered yet, its $70 and you can find all the information on the NEKF site: http://www.newenglandkayakfishing.com/shootout-registration.html So now ROLL CALL who is heading to Winter Island for some STRIPAHS?!?!   Please follow and like us:

New Wilderness Systems Ride 135

This week Wilderness Systems released the specs and more teaser pics of the new Ride 135 on their Facebook Page! Check them out Notice the drains on the back of the hatch so that water doesn’t seep into the hatch! SlideTrax in the front, chines in the hull, raised hatch with channels to avoid standing water or seepage. Center hatch Continue Reading

How to: Install a Fish Finder on a Kayak

IMPORTANT:  Read and understand manufacturer’s instructions for installing their unit BEFORE proceeding with this installation.  This installation will show you how to mount a transducer, put cables through the deck (and make it water tight), to tuck the cables inside the hull and install the battery box. Click on images to view larger Mounting the Transducer: Turn the kayak over Continue Reading

How to: Install a RAM Mounts Rod Holder

Click pictures for larger views. Tools and Hardware Needed: Tools: Phillips Screwdriver Drill 11/64″ drill bit 3/8″ wrench. Hardware: Hook 1’s Set D : 4 #10×1″ SS Machine Screws; 4 SS Nylon lock nuts; 4 SS washers. Part 1: Find an area that is strong enough to support the rod holder.  Push on the area.  It shouldn’t move.  The back Continue Reading

WS Ride 135 Rudder Install

Last install for a while (maybe) – I’m a big fan of a rudder, especially dealing with current and tide. So, HOOK1 provided one from Harmony. The Ride 135 is “Rudder Ready”, which means that it already has tubes run inside the hull for the rudder cables, and inserts are put in the hull where the rudder block and lifting Continue Reading

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