April 1, 2016

Torqeedo Sponsors Inaugural Kayak Fishing Championship

Kayak angling is the second fastest-growing outdoor sport, and is now generating competitions on a national level. The inaugural Kayak Bass Fishing National Championship was held March 19–20 on Kentucky Lake in Paris, Tennessee. Sponsored by Torqeedo, a long-time advocate of small boat fishing, the winner of the event took […]
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April 20, 2015

The Mothership Flauna

By Fred Garth Our plan had been percolating for at least a year. We were going to stack a bunch of Hobie kayaks on a big ass boat, blast far out into the Gulf of Mexico, throw the kayaks overboard and fish like crazed maniacs. It was my buddy, David […]
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April 17, 2013

Hobie’s Writers Conference in Port St Joe FL

It’s amazing what a bunch of fishing writers can cram into a few days. In just 72 hours I made some cool new friends, pumped out a bunch of blog posts, went fishing five times, caught six species of fish (redfish, red snapper, speckled trout, flounder, grouper and mackerel), and […]
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August 6, 2012

Kayak Fishing In the Bluewater by Bill Shedd

Written by Bill Shedd | Photo by: Bill Shedd Bill Shedd is an avid saltwater angler, marine conservationist, and accomplished kayak fishing expert.  He is the president of AFTCO MFG CO. INC, that through its division AFTCO Bluewater manufacturers all Guy Harvey sportswear. Bill and Guy are longtime friends who […]
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April 2, 2012

Pedal Power across the World including the Oceans

By Fred Garth There are lots of ways to bring awareness to the amount of carbon we use when we travel. One way is to travel around the world using only human pedal power. Such is the story of Jason Lewis, a Brit who can claim to be the first […]
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