Various Articles & Reviews

  1. Chota Mukluk Quicklace boots
  2. Crazy Creek Chair III
  3. C-Tug kayak trolley
  4. Daiwa Exceler-X 3000 FS reel
  5. Garmin 60CSx handheld GPS
  6. Guardian Expedition Light
  7. Hero GoPro Wide video camera
  8. Hi Marine ‘Mini Angler’ Kayak – Initial review
  9. Hobie 2015 Adventure Island – An overview
  10. Hobie Mirage Outback – Initial review
  11. Hobie Pro Angler 12 – tried and tested
  12. Humminbird 565 fishfinder
  13. ICOM IC-M33 VHF radio  
  14. Jotron strobe light
  15. Kokatat Super Nova drysuit
  16. Malone SeaWing Kayak Carrier
  17. Olympus 795SW camera
  18. Palm Kaikoura PFD
  19. Princeton Apex headlamp
  20. Prowler Big Game Kayak
  21. Scotty Slips Discs & Offset Gears
  22. Sealskinz Hat
  23. Shimano AX boat rod
  24. Stohlquist Fisherman PFD
  25. SunFlap
  26. Suunto Orca compass
  27. Typhoon PS220 Xtreme – Initial review
  28. Wind-on leader & Skate trace
  29. YakAttack PanFish & DogBone camera mounts
  30. YakAttack GearTrac
  31. YakAttack VISICarbo Pro light
  32. Yakmate 3
  33. YakAttack Omega Pro rod holder
  1. Adventure Island – Rigged for Structure Scan
  2. Camera mounts
  3. Deep water anchor reel
  4. Deep water anchor reel for anchoring
  5. GearTrac – track system from YakAttack
  6. Hobie Outback anchor trolley installation
  7. 2015 Hobie Outback Lowrance HDS 7 installation
  8. 2015 Hobie Outback Rectangular Hatch upgrade & liner 
  9. Hobie Outback rigged for fishing (part1)
  10. Hobie Outback rigged for fishing (part2)
  11. Hobie Outback rigged for photography
  12. Hobie Outback  - Rigged for sailing
  13. 2015 Hobie Outback  - Rigged for Structure Scan
  14. Hobie Outback rudder upgrade 
  15. Hobie Sidekick AMA Outriggers Installation
  16. Kayak battery & anchor light improvements
  17. Mirage Drive – Turbo fin upgrade
  18. Prowler Big Game centre hatch
  19. Prowler Big Game rigging
  20. Prowler Big Game – Rudder installation 
Projects & DIY
  1. Bilge Pump Installation
  2. Dry Box Modifications
  3. Dry storage box for the rear tank well
  4. DIY kayak trolley
  5. Extendable camera mount
  6. Garage rod rack
  7. GoPro Hero2 – modifying for night filming
  8. Hobie 8” hatch bag
  9. Hobie Livewell modifications
  10. Homemade priest
  11. Kayak trailer (1st attempt)
  12. Kayak trailer (2nd attempt)
  13. Kayak trailer (3rd attempt)
  14. Livewell & dry box (part 1)
  15. Livewell & dry box (part 2)
  16. Lowrance Elite 7 HDI installation
  17. Lowrance TotalScan Transducer Upgrade
  18. Kayak loading bar
  19. Rear loading bar – suction mounted
  20. Removable cutting board
  21. Roller roof bars
  22. Swingaway Transducer Arm
  23. Savage Gear Pro Landing Net - Modified
  1. Fishfinders – are they worth it ?
  2. Fitting ABU smoothie washers
  3. Practicing re-entry drills
  4. Rigs for downtiding
  5. Shimano Charter Special 1000LD overhaul
  6. Throwing a Cast Net
  7. Waypoint transfer from a Garmin 60Csx to an Elite 7 HDI
  8. What do I take afloat ?
  9. Winter clothing
  10. Winter clothing upgrade
  11. Chirp Sonar – how’s it work ?
  12. Insight Genesis – now improved
  1. Frozen squid
  2. Keeping ragworm fresh
  3. Preparing mussels
Other stuff
  1. Fishing videos
  2. Milkcrate interview
  3. Photo album


Demetrius said...

Have enjoyed reading through various sections of your excellent blog and was impressed with quality of presentation, videos and photos.
Here at Berwick upon Tweed the main action is cod and mackerel, although other species can also be caught less frequently, with tides and wind determining whether kayak fishing's possible at all.

miller said...

hola rob muchas felicidades por tu pagina soy un apasionado de la pesca pero quiero comprar un kayak y es por eso que te escribo para que me orientes sobre un kayak quiero saber si es bueno para agua dulce (presas) como para agua salada (lagunas y mar ) el perception pescador 12 y si no es bueno cual me recomiendas que sea accesible de $500 a $600 dlls. espero respuesta saludos.

Nick Badger said...

Great read, i must say. The article about multiplier reels and fish finder is quote a help for new fisher men. I enjoyed fishing in spare time, almost every weekend i spend my day time at fishing. With right equipments like boat trailer, a boat, and fishing rod fishing is always fun.