gear

  • Classic: The Tarpon 160

    Friday, May 23, 2014

    In 2001, Wilderness Systems birthed a legend. The Tarpon 160 was a boat built for big water, one capable of battling blue-water bruisers.

  • RCI Optics: Sharp Shades for Sight Casters

    Thursday, May 22, 2014

    Why a small, private sunglass company is earning the business of hardcore sight-casters.

  • Ocean Grip Deck Treatment First Impressions

    Thursday, May 1, 2014

    Stealthy silent and cushy comfortable, Ocean Grip deck pads go on easy and don’t don’t cost much.

  • Power Pole Micro Anchor Long Term Field Test

    Thursday, April 17, 2014

    Power Pole Micro Anchor Long Term Field Test This revolutionary stop stick will change the way you fish Words and photos by Jose Chavez “Game Changer,” “incredible,” “amazing.” These words have been so abused in lofty marketing campaigns and everyday lingo that their true meaning is lost. To me, there are very few new products […]

  • The Watershed Ocoee Submersible Duffel

    Thursday, April 10, 2014

    The Watershed Ocoee submersible duffel is next-level, easy to use waterproof protection.

  • The Boonedox Drifter

    Wednesday, April 2, 2014

    The Boonedox Drifter Kayak-size, this portable hammock stand is comfort on the go By Jose Chavez I don’t know if it was the countless hours of my childhood spent on the beach lounging in a hammock or my friend Chris Ravelo raving about how comfortable it was to camp out of a hammock over a […]

  • Werner’s Hooked Series Expands, Adds Kalliste and Cyprus

    Thursday, March 20, 2014

    Werner’s Hooked Series Expands, Adds Performance-Oriented Kalliste and Cyprus Werner Paddle’s new Hooked Series paddles must be moving well of the shelves. Today the company announced they are expanding the line of fishing-styled paddles to include two performance-oriented options, the low angle Kalliste and high angle Cyprus. The Kalliste is a favorite of pro kayak […]

  • RockyMounts Claims Its Ouray Crossbars Don’t Scream

    Friday, March 14, 2014

    RockyMounts Claims Its Crossbars Don’t Scream By Paul Lebowitz I don’t know about you. My rack crossbars do the job, but they scream as if they are possessed. RockyMounts claims their new Ouray crossbars have licked the noise generator. We’ll see. According to company representative Don Stefanovich, they are kayak-worthy (not just for skis and […]

  • Windproof and Warm: the Frabill FXE Fleece Fishing Jacket

    Monday, January 27, 2014

    This fleece is built for fishing – and time on and around the water.

  • The t-Bone Kayak-Carrying Pickup Bed Extender

    Tuesday, January 21, 2014

    Finally, a pickup bed extender that doesn’t rust.

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