I couldn't stand staying on the hill Saturday, so I headed to Copahee Sound to fish the falling tide. The wind made sight fishing impossible. I jumped several schools, but I couldn't see them until I was already on top of them... frustrating.
Anyway, thought I'd have some fun with the video camera. Enjoy.…
Added by Tommy Samuels on February 27, 2012 at 11:41am — No Comments
I can't say enough good stuff about the guys and gals that came out and participated in the Lighthouse Lakes Paddling Trails beach cleanup this past weekend. We have a kayak fishing club that meets at my shop periodically and we coordinate the meetings with cleanup days and that has really helped with the effort of getting hands on the sand. The area that we clean is heavily fished by shore bound anglers as well as kayakers and there is always an abundance discarded trash.....it is sad that…Continue
On December 2nd, after several years of fighting the pain I bit the bullet and had shoulder surgery. What was supposed to be a quick 45 minute cleanup procedure turned into a 2 hr three screws later shoulder rebuild. Before I went in I was informed I should have a soft sling for a few weeks and be back within 3-5 weeks. Ended up with a contraption for six weeks and 3-5 months of rehab.
Next week will be three months and I am progressing at a much better rate than…Continue
Added by slowride on February 16, 2012 at 4:11pm — No Comments
cool shot of my AT paddle being one with with water on an early morning in south bay near aransas pass, tx....…Continue
Added by slowride on February 16, 2012 at 3:56pm — No Comments
Well, I went fishing Saturday even though the wind forecast was pretty sucky. I loaded up the yak, 3 rods, anchor, stake out stick, all the normal goodies with a few notable exceptions.
First - no cameras. I don't know why, but I just wasnt motivated for shooting video or grip and grin shots, so the Oly and GoPro stayed on the shelf
Second - no measuring board. Kinda goes with the no…
Added by Tommy Samuels on February 8, 2012 at 10:55am — No Comments
I designed a new build-it-yourself/DIY kayak cart for my Ride 135 and thought I would share it here as well. The previous PVC design that I have been using for years has never let me down, but I wanted to come up with something that was specifically built around the…Continue