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Kayak Wall hanger by Surf to Summit

Storing your kayak is sometimes logistically hard to do for many of us and for a variety of reasons.. a product that I use around the house to solve the storage issue is the Kayak wall hanger from Surf To Summit. Essential this product is very simple consisting of 2 separate 50mm webbed straps with buckles and Velcro for storing your

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Garmin Echo 300c Fish Finder first trip a success!…and no bait, just the Zman soft plastics…

I mentioned in  previous post that I have fitted a Garmin echo 300c fishfinder…( I will be posting a video and description of my instillation of the fishfinder soon). After what feels like weeks of leaving the kayak in the garage I got a chance this afternoon to head out off my local beach to test the fishfinder

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Fish Finder cover

Heres a great little product I stumbled on while visiting Fergs Kayaks Auckland last week…for years I have been meaning to look into a product that would be useful for protecting my fishfinder from salt water and sun glare…. I have just picked up a Garmin 300C fishfinder from the guys at Baymarine electronics and

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Chill Pod by Viking Kayaks NZ

Here’s a great product I recently had the chance to trial on a snorkelling trip in Wellington.. the Chill Pod made by Viking kayaks NZ is designed for the rear tank well of their popular Pro Fish fishing kayaks… For many years I have been using my kayak as a platform to spearfish and snorkel

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Bow line attachment points

Bow line attachment points…. [image align=”center” icon=”zoom” lightbox=”true” size=”medium”]http://www.paddleguy.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/P1000299.jpg[/image] Here’s a simple ingenuous little product I have to share with you!!  On a recent sales trip to Wellington I stumbled upon this cleaver little piece of kit designed  by Andy & Canoe & Kayak Wellington…the product is called bow attachments and is a simple anchor

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Kayak Storage tip – Paddle Guy Jason

Have you just purchased a kayak and want a recommended way to store it ? Hopefully your retailer has given you some good advice on this relevant to your kayak, if not you will find this advice useful. Below I clarify the most common questions asked of me over my years in Kayak sales which

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On the water with Railblaza

In addition to my recent post/ review on the great New product called Railblaza I thought I would take you on the water with me so you can see just how this product is making my kayak fishing experience better every time. With 3 small children at home, time alone is not only precious but

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Railblaza product review

Paddle Guy Railblaza review Every now and then a product comes on the market and makes you think “now that’s just what I have been looking for!” Recently I have discovered just such a product and it has totally transformed the kayak fishing experience for me. The product is Railblaza, a NZ made design which

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