Monthly Archives: December, 2018

Kayak Fishing Whangaparaoa – Kingfish & John Dory

December 27th, 2018 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Kayak Fishing Whangaparaoa – Kingfish & John Dory”

Amazing genus fished now, check out this video! << It was a calm morning out from Army Bay in the Whangaparaoa Peninsula. Whangaparaoa is just North of Auckland and has stacks of fishy neighborhoods so it typically doesn’t make long to get specific actions. Light gales originated paddling very comfortable and I had plans to fish a shallow reef with strayline baits, then maybe barter to a livebait later on in the day. With the numerous kingfish all over the baitfish were elusive, though I did end up snagging a kingi on a softbait which ended with a bust off. The fishing was overall pretty slow for that place, with exclusively big fish going secured; nonetheless, on one particular descend, two life record snapper were secured, one of which intent up get swallowed by a nice john dory. This was a brand-new categories for me, so super stoked with this catch! >>

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Mission San Juan Capistrano offers crafting classes for kids over the holidays

December 26th, 2018 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Mission San Juan Capistrano offers crafting classes for kids over the holidays”

Kids can channel their inventive surface during the holidays at Mission San Juan Capistrano’s Winter Break: Spacecrafts and Acts for Kids. The daily activities pass Saturday, Dec. 22 to Sunday, Jan. 6.

Weekdays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. kids can learn to make adobe bricks and arrowhead necklaces, plus an change spacecraft. Weekends from 11 a.m. to 3 p. m. will boast adobe brick-making, arrowhead necklaces and going for gold.

The cost is$ 5 per spacecraft/ undertaking for non-members, in addition to providing paid admittance.$ 3 for Mission members. Bundle price for all three workmanships is $10 per person for non-members.$ 5 per Mission members.

IF “Theres going”

When: Dec. 22 -Jan. 6

Where: Mission San Juan Capistrano, 26801 Ortega Hwy, San Juan Capistrano

Information: 949 -2 34 -1 300 or missionsjc.com

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2018 IFA Kayak Championship – Grand Isle, LA

December 25th, 2018 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “2018 IFA Kayak Championship – Grand Isle, LA”

The IFA Redfish Tour pates to Grand Isle, Louisiana as best available kayak anglers in the commonwealth compete in the 2018 IFA Redfish Tour Kayak Championship!

The IFA is the largest grass roots inshore fishing tournament company in America. We are dedicated to conducting economical inshore catch and liberate, fishing tournaments in all regions of the country where redfish and other species are procured. Our formats are designed with the rookie, intermediate, and fulfilled tournament anglers in brain, where all can compete and have fun regardless of their experience stages, cleverness, or senility.

The IFA Redfish Tour, an idea developed from a adoration of fishing continues to grow and provide inshore anglers an opportunity to display their knacks on the intercostal waterways. Now, in it’s second decade of adding tone tournament knowledge and having awarded several billion dollars in awards there is simply no other inshore tournament streak that can boasting or say that. So come and participate the most powerful and greater Inshore Tournament Series the IFA Redfish Tour Presented by Cabelas.

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No Motor Tournament Check Presentation

December 15th, 2018 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “No Motor Tournament Check Presentation”

The Land Trust of Santa Barbara County was presented with a check for $1,100 on Dec. 3. Store raised at the most recent No Motor Tournament, which was hosted by The Sportfishing Conservancy and local fish golf-clubs, to benefit reinstatement efforts at Carpinteria Salt Marsh. The No Motor Tournament has raised more than $10,000 since its inception. In the photo are Graham Goodfield of Los Padres Outfitters, Whitney Uyeda of Carpinteria Sportfishing Club, Bruce Reitherman of Land Trust for Santa Barbara County, Hannah Goodfield of Los Padres Outfitters, Gary Sanchez and Tom Raftican of The Sportfishing Conservancy, Chet Work of Land Trust for Santa Barbara County, Jeff Farrell and Marco Farrell of Coldwell Banker, Michael Sanchez, Juan Castro, Joe Granada, Vance Keiser and Jon Keiser.

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2019 Hobie Outback – Rigged for Fishing

December 11th, 2018 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “2019 Hobie Outback – Rigged for Fishing”


The 2019 Mirage Outback( r) is one of Hobie’s easiest kayaks ever to accessorize. Howie strolls through his fully-rigged Mirage Outback, and handles the benefits of each supplement. To view detailed installation videos of each supplementary, visit the Accessories playlist on Hobie’s YouTube channel or check out Hobie.com/ reinforcement/ mirage-outback /.

Please reach out to your local Hobie dealer to purchase any of the supplementaries covered in this video: www.hobie.com/ dealers

Accessories shown in this video:
– Deck Pad package, Titanium/ Aegean Blue, component list 7202026 1( complete) 7202026 0( interior)
– Hobie H-Bar standing approval, place digit 8450012 0
– Lowrance Elite 7Ti w/ TotalScan, area numeral 7202020 6
– Vantage Seat Accessory Bag, segment number 7202011 7
– Power Pole Micro and Spike, segment quantity 7202008 3
– Micro Lithium Battery Pak, duty figure 7202018 5
– Hobie Livewell V2, constituent list 7202007 7
– Additional livewell perch incumbent, percentage count 7202001 5
– Anchor trolley gear, Compass/ Outback 2019, part list 7202027 3
– 8″ Twist and Seal hatch package, place count 7170200 1
– Hobie Blue Patch Hat, place digit 5072

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