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Kayak Fishing

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2019 Blue Sky Boatworks 360 Angler

Introducing the 360° Angler, a pedal driven watercraft designed and built for those ready to step on to a fishing experience with the convenience and stability of a big boat and the exploration possibilities of a kayak or canoe. The hull system was designed for both stability as well as speed and the maneuverability. Walk right off the dock onto the deck; move about with complete confidence; appreciate the freedom of movement and the wide open area to bring along all your gear, your dog or even one of the little ones. You will then be amazed at the comfort and adjustability of the swivel seat, how quickly you get the craft up to speed and keep it there with very little effort. Surrounding you are gear tracks, rod holders, storage areas for all your gear. Personalize your fishing experience with unlimited flexibility in where you store your tackle and equipment. With every fishing style comes the need to customize your watercraft and the Blue Sky 360 Angler allows you the power to do so! 12:1 crank ratio translates into more performance with less exertion Chair is built for comfort with a breathable and soft seating design allowing for customized comfort for both sitting and pedaling. Integrated wheel system Deck designed for customization Dis-assembles in minutes for transport, each piece weighs less 45 lbs making it a one-person job Discounts and/or coupons do not apply to this item Size/Color Part Number Bone ANG131BONE_19 Seafoam ANG131SEAFOAM_19

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How To Build A Kayak Storage Shed

Most kayaks are built to last at least ten years. They’re durable watercraft that can withstand the elements if stored outside. But you’re going to increase the lifespan of your kayak by storing it…

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offset worm hooks

different size for hooks are different use. HENGJIA has all kinds of hooks you want, such as 1#, 2#, 3#and so on.

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Ultimate DIY Kayak Crate

The kayak crate. It is probably one of the most coveted pieces of equipment a kayak fisherman can own and for good reason. While most an...

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2021 Fishing Kayak Buyer's Guide - On The Water

Whether you’re a shore-bound fisherman getting into a kayak to reach new waters or a boat fisherman who recognizes a fishing kayak as an exciting way to get out on the water, there’s something in kayak fishing for just about anyone.

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Palmetto Kayak Fishing

Whether you prefer the store bought variation or some other form of anchor, having the ability to quickly disconnect from it is crucial when kayak fishing. Although not recommended, I often anchor in river current to get close to the fish I am targeting. Using this simple setup in conjunction with an anchor trolley, I can deploy as well as release my anchor in seconds. The blaze orange dog training dummy from Remington is a cost effective, durable float that makes anchor retrieval a cinch. Nite Ize’s stainless steel “S-Biner AHHH…” carabineer serves as a sturdy anchor line holder and doubles as a bottle opener back at camp. If experience has taught me anything, it is that you can never have enough bottle openers. Key Components: Remington 2” x 11” Vinyl Dummies - $4.99 each or a 3pk for $12.99 Academy Sports Nite Ize “Figure 9 Carabiner” small size - $3.99 Sportsman’s Warehouse Nite Ize “S-Biner AHHH…” in stainless steel - $3.99 Sportsman’s Warehouse Velcro Strip – I recommend and use Velcro’s “One Wrap” 7/8”X 23” straps as they work well even when soaked. A 3 Pack is around $4 at HardwareandTools.com and they are also available at select hardware stores and Walmart. 10’-14' section of cord, preferably a different color than the anchor line. Home Depot and Lowe’s sell 75’ length packs of 5/32” diameter cord for less than $3. Length of anchor line and anchor of your choice. Start off by securing the “S-Biner AHHH…” to the vinyl dummy as pictured. Take the 10’ - 14' length of cord and make a small loop in one end that will fit over the “S-Biner AHHH…” Attach and position the cord against the dummy as pictured and secure it with one of the Velcro straps at the top. This setup allows the pressure exerted from the anchor line to pass around the vinyl dummy instead of through it. Tie the end of the anchor line to the 10’ length of cord as pictured and tuck the knot under the Velcro. Wind the anchor line around the dummy to take up the slack. Use one of the extra strips of Velcro to keep the wrapped anchor line secure on the dummy. Lastly, clip the “Figure 9 Carabiner” to the side handle of the kayak or similar location that is out of the way yet easy to reach. On the setup on my 2012 Ride 135, I use this carabineer to control the anchor trolley line and keep it from riding up. It can be easily removed in seconds for full front-to-back operation of the anchor trolley if desired. 95% of the time I have the anchor trolley in the forward position anyway. To use this setup, slide the blue cord through the ring of the anchor trolley. Leave a foot or so of excess line free on the tag end and secure it to the “Figure 9 Carabiner” as noted in the manufacturer’s instructions. This allows the anchor trolley to be placed in the desired position before the anchor is deployed. Unwind the anchor line from the dummy and drop the anchor over the side. When the desired length of line has been let out, simply wrap the anchor line around the “S-Biner AHHH…” carabineer 4 times - two wraps between each opening as pictured. It only takes a couple of seconds to accomplish and creates a non-slip, yet easy to remove connection. Toss the dummy into the water and get ready to fish. The location of vinyl dummy in can be adjusted by simply taking up or letting the slack out of the “Figure 9 Carabiner” line. To come off the anchor, simply yank the tag end of the line connected to the “Figure 9 Carabiner”. The line will slide right out of the entire assembly. The blaze orange Remington float will be easy to spot when you return to retrieve your anchor. Tight lines - Paul Note: If you need a beefier setup, upgrade to Remington's 3" x 12" training dummy that runs $6.99. Switch out the small “Figure 9 Carabiner” for the larger sized one that costs around $6. These substitutions will allow for much larger diameter ropes and a heavy duty setup if needed.

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Jet Powered Fishing Kayak - Awesome Stuff 365

JetANGLER by Aquanami is a revolutionary new jet powered fishing kayak that allows you to have all the benefits of a fishing kayak but travel at a whopping.

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