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rpavlick
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Joined: 11/20/2006
Posts: 485
 posted 08/25/2011 10:30 AM  

Kayak Anglers,

Thanks for all your contribution on noreast.com. Post a picture of your kayak and let us know the model. All who share will automatically entered into a drawing for a T-Man Custom Tackle Bubble Gum Striper Tube with a Quick Change Weighted Keel. For more information on T-man products check out

http://www.tmancustomtackle.com







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mparrino


Joined: 09/26/2006
Posts: 837
Location: Staten Island
 posted 08/25/2011 10:40 AM  

I'm in on this one!
It's a Field and Stream 12' Eagle Talon. Sometimes she carries the milk crate, sometimes the rod rack. Shades





THE BEST WAY TO A FISHERMAN'S HEART IS THROUGH HIS FLY.
 
UrbanFishingMan


Joined: 05/01/2005
Posts: 351
Location: East Marion
 posted 08/25/2011 01:10 PM  

I'm in & thanks

Hobie Revo & all I carry is my surf belt & 2 tiny Aqua skinz bags, with stringer.
Plus a pump & Paddle.



"Knowledge without experience is just information"--Mark Twain
 
bassknuckles

Joined: 04/06/2003
Posts: 326
Location: Lynbrook
 posted 08/25/2011 01:38 PM  

My newest one




Past President KFA-NY 07-08, 09-10
www.KFA-NY.org
http://community.webshots.com/user/richinny
 
damfisher


Joined: 07/01/2002
Posts: 687
Location: Centerport
 posted 08/25/2011 01:44 PM  

Hobie Pro Angler, with dual rear RAM rod holders, forward Scotty rod holder, Yakattack flag, Lowrance color sonar, Garmin color GPS, neodymium magnet gear-holders, anchor trolley, game clips, leashes for everything etc., etc.



" Whenever I find myself growing grim about the mouth; whenever it is a damp, drizzly November in my soul- then, I account it high time to get to the sea as soon as I can." -Herman Melville, Moby Dick

This post edited by damfisher 01:52 PM 08/25/2011
 
rpavlick
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Posts: 485
 posted 08/25/2011 03:51 PM  

wow nice rigs guys. keep em coming! BTW, I will draw for this on Wednesday next week. Thanks!


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lizardking3


Joined: 09/22/2010
Posts: 195
 posted 08/25/2011 05:56 PM  

I fish off of my Hobie revolution and absolutely love it. This is when I first got it, so its missing some gear and extra rod holders.




 
KayakFisherman

Joined: 05/23/2007
Posts: 802
 posted 08/25/2011 07:28 PM  

My Hobie Adventure Outfit

I love this stuff, and I've given it a lot of thought.

The biggest advantage of a kayak for fishing is its versatility. Anywhere a fish can go... I need to be able to go. With that in mind, I tried to maintain symmetry with my lay-out. I like all my fishing "information" (GPS map, compass, water depth, water temp)to be in one spot, right in front of me. It is very important that I can take a fish from whatever side, or end, he comes to. For that reason, I store my rods in a nearly horizontal position. I can get my rod tip (7' poles) 360 degrees around my kayak. The halogen light on the bow is more to be seen than to see. That, my fishfinder, and an internal bilge pump are all run off a rechargeable 7amp dry cell battery. The GPS is a portable handheld that is waterproof and floats.My pole light was made with an LED and an old bike flag pole. It's flexible and won't prevent me from bringing my rod tip around the back of the kayak. My anchor buoy has an internal LED, so I can release from it quickly to pursue a fish, then reclaim my spot afterward!The only things I leash are the GPS and my paddle.

I kept the same lay-out with my new hull, also an Adventure, except that I cut a hatch into the storage section behind the seat. It was a large internal space that was essentially inaccessible. It has a clear lid, so I can actually look inside my hull to see if I'm taking on water. I mounted my transducer directly under this hatch, so I can make repairs out on the water, if need be. I actually had to do just that recently when my depth recorder wasn't working. The transducer had gotten knocked crooked, but I could just reach back and adjust it.Even with all of this stuff, I still believe that "less is more" when it comes to kayak fishing.





This post edited by KayakFisherman 07:38 PM 08/25/2011
 
banjer


Joined: 07/16/2011
Posts: 6
Location: Westchester
 posted 08/25/2011 11:09 PM  

Wilderness Systems Tarpon 140








Member Kayak Fishing Association of New York
 
denw72


Joined: 08/30/2007
Posts: 1287
Location: Virginia Beach, VA
 posted 08/26/2011 10:42 AM  

Hobie outback...

never wash mine it's covered in blood and scalesShades (can't wash off the mojo lol)




Member of Kayak Fishing Association of New York
www.KFA-NY.org
 
KayakFisherman

Joined: 05/23/2007
Posts: 802
 posted 08/26/2011 08:18 PM  

"Mojo" ...

denw72 wrote:

never wash mine it's covered in blood and scalesShades (can't wash off the mojo lol)


I love the "washing/mojo" thing! I totally get it. Like battle scars from rough landings, it tells a story.
 
rpsurf5


Joined: 07/12/2001
Posts: 2369
Location: Port Washington
 posted 08/26/2011 08:33 PM  

Not my whole kayak, but me , my yak, a teen size bass and a blue at J-bay. I have a Hobie Outback, great yak.



Delegate of the New York Coalition for Recreational Fishing

Member Montauk Surfcasters Association, LIBBA
 
krh1326


Joined: 07/18/2010
Posts: 570
Location: Greenlawn, NY
 posted 08/27/2011 07:55 AM  

We don't have any of the serious rigs posted here. We use just use our regular Mainstream, Pelican and Keowee 's. They have to serve multi purposes, from fishing here to running rivers all over the North East.

My two boys, Kane & Hogan, ( 12 & 10 ) on a recent successful striper trip.







Ohhh... It's Killin' Me !

 
cowseeker19

Joined: 10/08/2007
Posts: 151
Location: Strong Island
 posted 08/27/2011 10:52 AM  

Sit in fishing machine

Pamlico sit in 14 footer with outrigger and all the fixins.Shades



Bow to the cow,set the hook, and show the ***** who's boss
 
freediver

Joined: 10/28/2003
Posts: 57
 posted 08/27/2011 05:04 PM  

Usually use my Yak for spearfishing...would LOVE a TMan tube to troll...

Perception Pescador 12


 
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