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Viking Kayaks Profish 400 | Review Part 2 Orewa

    Last session I took the Viking kayaks Profish 400 out for a play in some messy conditions at my local beach Stanmore Bay (see that report HERE)..I had planned to head out for a fish for part 2 of my review, however mother nature has other plans and the onshore wind is even

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Viking Kayaks Profish 400 | Review part 1 Stanmore Bay

  Welcome to my first sessions trialing the Viking Kayaks Profish 400..over the next couple of sessions I will put this kayak through its paces in environments I paddle an SoT kayak.  Hopefully this will give you an idea of what this kayak is capable of. First session I take advantage of some messy conditions

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Stealth Kayak Pro Fisha 575 Review part 3 of 4, rough water trial, self rescue test

This is my last session paddling the Stealth Profisha 575 before handing it back to Russell (Part 4 and final will be an overview of my time trialling it and a coverage of the deck lay out I have set up for Russell)  ..for this session I take it out at my local beach, Stanmore Bay,  with 25knots

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Stealth Kayak Pro Fisha 575 Review part 2 of 4, flat water trial

This is my 2nd paddle in the Stealth Pro Fisha 575, for this session I am taking the Stealth for a paddle on some flat water in the Orewa estuary. I have my Garmin GPS  mounted to the deck  using the Railblaza Mobi holder to track the speeds. this session was much more refreshing than my first paddle in

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Railblaza NEW TelePole & Navi Light review | Paddle Guy

RAILBLAZA have done it again and given me yet another reason to add more StarPorts to my Barracuda FishPro by releasing the new TelePole & Navilight LED 2NM white light… the timing is perfect for me here in NZ as we head into warmer evenings where night fishing can be very productive… I have been very conscious of the

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Stealth Kayaks Pro Fisha 575 review | Part 1 of 4

In my first session out in the Stealth Pro Fisha 575  I took advantage of a storm the day before  which created some messy surf off Orewa beach, it was still a bit windy at 20+knots…given this was my first time in the Pro Fisha it was going to be a test as the SoT

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Stealth Kayaks Pro Fisha 575 review Paddleguy.com

  Local Auckland kayak angler Russell (aka Rusty) contacted me recently to advise his new Stealth Kayaks Pro Fisha 575 had arrived in the country and was ready for some outfitting. Rusty imported  the Pro Fisha  direct from the AU Stealth distributor and to my knowledge this is the only Pro Fisha 575 in NZ

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Fish fillet and work station using RAILBLAZA products

I have been wanting  an outside fillet station at our new house since last summer but have not had time or an idea of what would work best until today…after making a mess in the kitchen filleting last night’s catch, my wife gave me the motivation 😉 to find a better solution.. And man am

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RAILBLAZA Mobi device holder for my handheld Garmin GPS. Paddleguy.com review

RAILBLAZA have just release a new Mobi mobile device holder which I have been trialling for the last couple of weeks out in my kayaks. I have been using the old Mobi for some time now to hold my handheld Garmin GPS (GPSMAP 78sc).. both on my fishing kayak and my single & double sea kayaks… having multiple kayaks meant

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Getting multiple camera angles using only 1 GoPro mounted to RAILBLAZA Platform Boom 150

Filming the adventure to share with friends and family has become a great enjoyment for me… I now have over 60 videos on my YouTube channel with over 90’000.00 channels views!!  this tells me people are enjoying the videos which makes it all worth while… Getting video footage that is interesting and engaging can be difficult with only 1

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