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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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Stealth ProFisha 575 Review | Final

So after many months I have finally found some time to wrap up my review of the Stealth Kayaks ProFisha 575..I have put a bit of effort into the video below which outlines all my key findings with the ProFisha 575 so please watch it, your questions will be answered..anything not covered please feel free to ask me a

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FCS Bucket Hat Review

As most who have been following me will know I only recommend the products I believe in and/or use myself. One such product I have been most impressed with is the FCS Bucket hat.. I have owned mine for about 3 years and would say it has had more use than most would put it

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GoPro Dive housing v Standard Housing underwater trial,GoPro HD2

If you are looking to do some underwater filming with your GoPro I highly recommend investing in the  GoPro Dive Housing..whilst the standard GoPro housing gets good footage the Dive housing gets Great footage, as you will see in the video above the clarity from the Dive housing is significantly better than the standard housing,,, I have used 2

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Chasing snapper on hard body lures

Well I had planned just to go for a paddle…but as the title of this post suggests..there was a rod and some lures involved! ..such a stunning evening here at Stanmore bay, NZ and going for a paddle seemed a great way to end the weekend,  it felt wrong to not take at least one

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Summer days at the beach playing in Kayaks

With another stunning weekend here on the Hibiscus Coast I thought I would share some pics and video from a day at the beach with family and friends… Kayaks are such are large part of our lives and as I have said in the past, I get so much reward sharing this sport with others and

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