Liquid Logic Manta 12 Fly Rod Holder

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 Share on Tumblr.flickr-photo { border: solid 2px #000000; } .flickr-yourcomment { } .flickr-frame { text-align: left; padding: 3px; } .flickr-caption { font-size: 0.8em; margin-top: 0px; } Liquid Logic Manta 12, originally uploaded by Fish Gator. Tough to see in this shot (I’ll get a better one), but this is my fly rod in the center […]

Bass and Pike on the Flyrod from a Kayak

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 Share on TumblrBelow is a video that I hope will resemble a majority of my spring, summer and early fall weekends this year. You’ll note these guys stand quite a bit when they cast, something that I’ve never really found it necessary to do. Of course, I fish alone a lot, so it’s just safer […]

Capsurz® cap retainer is a valuable part of my kayak fishing equipment.  I wear it on the bill of my cap as an unobtrusive adornment that I can quickly pull down to comforably secure my cap during high wind conditions.

Fishing Product Review| Capsurz Cap Retainer

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It is rare that you find a product that does exactly what it says it will do. Capsurz® cap retainer is just that. Capsurz® cap retainer is advertised as a conveniently handy and comfortable accessory cord that will keep your cap on your head in winds up to 75 mph.

Early Season Kayak Fly Fishing on Canadice Lake

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 Share on TumblrNestled into the hills just a stones’ throw south of Rochester, Canadice Lake presents a wonderful opportunity for any fly fisherman who owns a kayak or a canoe. I’ve had the opportunity to dip the bow three times so far this season, and Canadice has yet to disappoint. I’ve taken 7 species on […]

Fell for a Muddler Minnow

Creek Fly Fishing in a Kayak

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 Share on TumblrWell, it’s January now, and I have a full season of fly fishing from my kayak under my belt. As a beginner, I found fishing in lakes to be pretty straight forward. Yes, keepeing the line off the water behind me was problematic at first, but once I learned to keep my arm […]