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BOTE BOARDS Traveller –  overview after first paddle

I have been lucky enough to trial the first BOTE Boards Traveller to make it to Australian shores, and I just have to say it now “I Want One”. Here’s a preview from my test paddle Designed as a touring/adventure stand up paddle board with options, one of the great things about owning a BOTE

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BOTE Tackle Rack rigging review with RAILBLAZA

I have recently been trying this Stand Up Fishing business and have to share a product that makes it all so much easier and that is the Tackle Rack from BOTE Boards. The Tackle Rack is an optional extra for a range of the BOTE Stand up boards but after using it I feel it is an essential

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Coolum Reef Kayak fishing using live baits

Location – Coolum, Stumers – first time for me, Target reef fish (Sweet lip or Snapper) – Primary technique – live baits Launched off Stumers creek with Warren before sun up, loads of bait about but proved difficult to take the sabiki jig until I added some small bits of bait. Warren and I loaded

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Action Hat kayak fishing session Sunshine Coast

Check out some cool footage I captured using the Action Hat – 

 
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Mudjimba Island kayak fishing session

Published on May 25, 2016 by in Trip reports

This session I join the crew from That Fishing Shop in Brisbane and Kayak & SUP Sunshine Coast for an early morning kayak fishing session at Mudjimba. Check out the video below and read Richards report, its very entertaining On today’s cold and windswept morning just as the warmth of the sunrise seemed too distant

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Catching Longtail Tuna on the Sunshine Coast

First Longtail Tuna from the kayak – After many hours on the water last season trying to land a Northern Bluefin (Longtail Tuna) with no success I finally landed one this season. Thanks to a culmination of those hours on the water and advice from other Sunshine Coast anglers my first attempt this season ended up

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Tuna on – Tuna gone – Kayak fishing Maroochydore, QLD

Birds working behind the Maroochydore river mouth today were to good to resist a quick paddle in my Viking Kayaks Profish Reload, windy as heck so was hard to stay with them but I did get one good hook up which you will here peeling line in this video, until the leader busted off leaving

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Sandtrakz C-Tug Kayak trolley review

The new Sandtrakz wheels from C-Tug Kayak & Canoe trolley is one product that is making my life easier and does exactly what it says it does. Watch the footage and my review below to see for yourself. How? I have to contend with soft sand when launching my kayaks off the beaches, heavy fishing

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How to get back on your kayak quickly and easily

“How to get back on your kayak” a question I get asked all the time by first time kayak buyers. This guide is a brief run through how to get back on your kayak if you fall off. Anyone can do this and all you need is practice. Demonstrated here using the Viking Kayaks Profish 400

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First Time Kayak Fishing with Leon

Great video edit below from Leon Kouts who joined us recently for his first time kayak fishing after owning his Viking Kayaks Profish Reload for about 12 months. Leon initially purchased the Reload for its paddle capabilities to enjoy some time on the water paddling his local area for fitness and time with family. Fishing was

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