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GoPro HERO3 Caps and Doors | must have accessory

GoPro HERO3 Caps and Doors – After scratching the housing lenses on my GoPro HERO 2 cameras I made a point to purchase the Caps & Doors pack with my new HERO 3 cameras… 2 main reasons it is expensive to replace the housing lenses or the whole housing just one small scratch on the

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Sea Kayak Hahei Beach to Cathedral Cove and back for fresh snapper

In this trip I take you to one of my favourite places in the North Island Hahei Beach in the Coromandel..this place offers so much adventure, stunning nature and all within easy reach using a kayak..This trip is a short showcase of what can be done in a couple of hours. I set off from

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Kayak fishing simplicity, no fuss way to catch fresh seafood

Just tonight I have again been reminded of how much I enjoy the act of taking out my kayak and catching fresh fish… the simplicity, effectiveness and well being aspects of this simple action (Kayak Fishing) never wears thin on me and I always feel completely satisfied coming home with fresh fish for my family…here’s

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Friday kayak session with GoPro HD3 Black

Friday afternoon, July, cold , but surfs up a little so time for a paddle and this time I have the new GoPro HD3 Black to take with me and catch the footage…this session I head to Red Beach, Auckland NZ for an hour or so paddling my sea kayak in the surf… the video

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Work/Life balance : Start the week with a Paddle

Paddle Guy insights : Work Life Balance – how kayaking helps me to achieve this balance This is the first of many insights I want to share with you from my journey… first up is the all important work life balance. This is from my perspective as father of a young family and a busy

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Lifeproof iPhone case with New Lifejacket

While doing some window shopping today my attention was drawn to a Lifeproof display in a local Apple store…$100 + later I have myself what could be my best solution to protect my iPhone on the water, the Lifeproof dry case and new lifeproof Lifejacket (the bright orange outer in the pics). I have been

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Railblaza TracPort 350 product feature

  One of the latest additions to my box of kayak fishing accessories is the RAILBLAZA TracPort 350..this is a compact version of the TracPort 500. Where the 500 needs 2 StarPorts to attach, the 350 only requires one StarPort mount and offers 3 StarPorts. making it a great compact workstation when mount space is

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Kayak & SUP surf session at Te Arai Point | with Paddle Guy

O n Saturday I headed to Te Arai Point for the first time to catch some waves with Ross and Stuart Murray. This was Stuart’s last day for a paddle before heading back home to Sydney, the weekend prior to this Stuart paddled from the entrance of the Manukau, Whatipu,  to the Tamaki river (with a portage

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Railblaza G-Hold modification for ProFisha 575

Here’s  little modification I have made to the RAILBLAZA G-Hold turning the under side of the lid on the  Stealth Kayaks ProFisha 575, into a useful storage solution for items such as Gaffs, knives, lipper grips & torches to name a few. As you will see in the above video I have removed the StarPort

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Humminbird Fish Finder install to Stealth Kayaks ProFisha 575

Here is  a quick run-down on the Fish finder installation I have done for the Stealth Kayaks ProFisha 575 Firstly Russell Clark (aka Rusty) wanted his Humminbird Fishfinder mounted to the centre console lid, although the carbon fibre lid is strong I took the precaution to  reinforce the underneath with some plastic sheet from Barracuda kayaks. The

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