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Kayak Fishing session Waipu Cove, NZ with Kayak Pro

[slideshow type=”anything” source=”{s:waipu-cove-plastics-vs-bait}” toggleControls=”true”] check out the great video report for this session at the end of the review In this session I am up in the Northland region on a sales trip for Barracuda kayaks, with my evenings free I stop in to see good friend and owner of Kayak Pro, Shamus…as always his

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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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Kayak Fishing & Paua dive session, Wellington, Makara beach

In this trip report I head to Wellington NZ  to fish with Dave from Fergs Kayaks Wellington. Dave knows I am keen on some blue cod, Paua & possibly a crayfish or 2 so he has a suggested we head to west of wellington to Makara beach. This is my first time fishing this region

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How to get back on your sit on top kayak

Are you confident you can get back onto your sit on top kayak if you fell out? This is something that anyone looking to get into kayaking should consider and without knowing how to do this could result in putting yourself and others in danger. Now I dont want to sound like a kill joy so let

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2 in 1 trip report…

After a fantastic day with temps getting up into the 20″s I was itching to get out on the water for a kayak…its been a long cold winter as always … and today we get a taste of whats to come….the long summer evenings where the water is glassy and the temperature is balmy! For me this is a bit

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