VA Kayak Fishing, Werner Paddles, The Green Race, Giant Bass and Chicken Butt
Friday's Fresh Finds is a weekly collection of content from around the web, with a concentration our local community.
Now is the season of great fall fishing reports from the guys kayak fishing on the coastal scene. Rob Choi, Kayak Kevin, Mark and Kris Lozier, Lee Williams, and Drew Camp throw down there latest adventures in Virginia paddling and fishing. I also came across a cool Werner Paddles promo spot and a great first hand look at running the Green Race.
Drew Camp, of Jackson Kayak/ Werner Paddles, had a great day catching big bass. Click the link following the photo to read how he snagged this MONSTER!
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Dave Fusilli, of Pyranha Kayak/DemShitz/ Astral, recently ran the famous Green Race in the new Pyranha 9R kayak. This is a great first hand view of what it's like to plunge down this celebrated stretch of whitewater.
Demshitz Fusilli's 2014 Green Race run in the Pyranha 9R from David Fusilli on Vimeo.
The Werner Paddles whitewater team knows how to test new sticks. This video is proof that these folks can throw down and that Werner continues to push the envelope of innovation with their paddles.
Rob Choi, of Ocean Kayak/ Old Town Canoe/ Werner Paddles/ YakAttack, continues to show his priorities are lined up and organized correctly. Rob does it right and posts great videos, photos and fish prints too. Click the link below the photo for the excellent recap of recent adventures in family and fishing.
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Kayak Kevin and Lee Williams, of Ocean Kayak/ Aqua-Bound, host the Kayak Kevin Podcast. This past week they had Double L, The Loziers, Mark and Kris, of Native Watercraft/ Astral/ Werner Paddles, on the podcast. It's always a ton of fun with the Loziers. Check it out:
Josh Dolin and Grant Alvis, they rock Jackson Kayak Big Tuna and Hobie Pro Angler Kayaks respectively, and host a very informative podcast on their blog, Peelin Drag Extreme Fishing. Here is a solid podcast discussing fishing for that elusive beast, the Musky! Check it out and get informed.
The TKAA Kayak Fishin for Charity Tournament is a favored event here in Virginia. Robert Lee, of Native Watercraft and YakTastic Adventures, put together a great tournament recap video of this year's event. The tournament benefits Heroes On The Water and this year raised $16,500!!!! That's awesome! Check the video here and make sure you sign up next year.
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