Monthly Archives: October, 2019

Kayak Fishing for Squid CRAZY session

October 31st, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Kayak Fishing for Squid CRAZY session”

Fishing in my hobie pro angler 14 kayak chasing big squid. There is no better room to shoot a feed of calamari then in a kayak. It’s a fun and rewarding flesh of fishing. Make sure you watch until the end as things start a little slow but then a small window of chaos catching amend after improvement with the last squid having a 41 cm scarf. I do get a little excited in this one. If you experience the video, then please subscribe to the channel. Was fishing during the rising tide Port Phillip Bay south UV jigs in 3 gram in gold and red doing the damage.

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Pumpkin Splash returns to San Clemente with inflatables, pumpkin decorating and more

October 24th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Pumpkin Splash returns to San Clemente with inflatables, pumpkin decorating and more”

Kids can dive into fall at San Clemente’s 4th annual Pumpkin Splash on Wednesday, Oct. 30, at the Ole Hanson Beach Club. Guests of all ages can swim in the warm-water pool, float with pumpkins and listen to spooky music and play on the monstrous, inflatable obstacle course.

Each participant will receive a pumpkin for decorating, while equips last.

Entry fee is$ 2 for all ages. Register online at san-clemente.org. Click on “Calendar” and “Pumpkin Splash.”

IF YOU GO

When: Wednesday, Oct. 30

Where: Ole Hanson Beach Club, 105 W. Avenida Pico, San Clemente

Information: 949 -3 88 -2 131 or san-clemente.org

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My First Year Journey in Kayak Fishing – Native Watercraft Titan

October 22nd, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “My First Year Journey in Kayak Fishing – Native Watercraft Titan”

This year was the first year I have Kayak Fished and the first time I ever competed in any angling tournaments. I wanted to share some of the moments over this first Kayak Fishing season that are some of the moments you don’t see about the expedition on social media. Often you will see beings post their biggest fish, and I do that as well. But most of the time we aren’t catching the’ BIGGEST’ fish. We are learning a reservoir, learning a working method, duelling these components or only experiencing having a good time. I hope my video can invigorate others to try Kayak Fishing and “ve realized that” the charm is the journey itself. Don’t worry about others or compare yourself to smoothed media posts. Be yourself and have fun. Thanks for watching and please subscribe if you are so inclined.

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Kayak Fishing: Sight Fishing the Oconee – Hooked on Wild Waters S5 E4 presented by Georgia Power

October 21st, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Kayak Fishing: Sight Fishing the Oconee – Hooked on Wild Waters S5 E4 presented by Georgia Power”

Kayak Bass Fishing: River Bassin’ on the Oconee, presented by GA Power Drew is joined by Kayak Bass Fishing’s Chad Hoover, and the duo do a bit << river bassin >> on the beautiful Oconee River in Milledgeville, GA. The post spawn fish are scattered and the burn proves challenging, so they target anything that dives. This proves to be a fun way to turn a hard epoch into one they’ll never forget. In true fashion, they finally key in on their target species, bass, and register what this creek is capable of! While in Milledgeville, they stop in and speak with Mark Gordy, of GA Power, about water security. Exactly recollect, SPLASH! Chad also illustrates a little more about Kayak Bass Fishing, what it is, how it wields and how you can get involved!

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Swonder Premium Inflatable Stand Up Paddle Board

October 20th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Swonder Premium Inflatable Stand Up Paddle Board”

Swonder Inflatable Stand Up Paddle Boards are constructed with military-grade PVC with a drop-stitch system, ensuing in a very sturdy make. When amply overstated to the recommended 12 -1 5 PSI, the unique drop-stitch technology allows the air pressure to distribute evenly in the different regions of the top and bottom faces, constituting a stable deck. Swonder iSUP is firmer than most of the others in the market, so you can use it for a longer time without ousting a new one. Overall, this is a fun and inexpensive inflatable paddle board that is lightweight, rigid, and compress a ton of value. If you’re looking for a SUP Board in world markets, this is a solid choice.

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Sigi’s first trip out, Yellowtail craziness at Simonstown!

October 19th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Sigi’s first trip out, Yellowtail craziness at Simonstown!”

The yellowtail went crazy, the kayakers disappeared crazy and the boaters lost all sanity. We had a few boaters rev their barges right through scholls of yellowtail, through the kayakers and person every impression of sanity was travel from everyone! It was the best day ever at Simonstown!

Sigi was paddling the Legend Kayaks Trident I was on my Stealth Profisha5 75 Unfortunately my camera battery said fairly and was tired … But I spare no effort to get myself a yellowtail! On the revolve as well, the best way to catch them! The yellowtail been put forward a good fight but it was easy work for my Hearty Rise Black Force 762 H rod.

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32nd annual Seafest will serve up seafood, tacos and fun at the San Clemente Pier

October 18th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “32nd annual Seafest will serve up seafood, tacos and fun at the San Clemente Pier”

San Clemente Seafest returns to the San Clemente Pier on Sunday, Oct. 6, boasting a surf tournament, artistries& planes show, children’s activities and a business expo.

Guests can sample delectable fare from The Fisherman’s Restaurant& Bar or was engaged in the Street Taco Challenge featuring regional eateries. Taco tastings move 9:30 a.m.-1: 30 p.m .. Tickets are $15 for five smacks. People’s Choice and Judges’ Choice awardings will be given at 2:30 p.m.

IF YOU GO

When: 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday

Where: San Clemente Pier, 611 Avenida Victoria, San Clemente

Information: 949 -4 92 -1 131 or scchamber.com/ affairs

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Hobie Outdoor Adventures: Epic Kayak Bass Fishing in Southern Georgia (S7E4)

October 17th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Hobie Outdoor Adventures: Epic Kayak Bass Fishing in Southern Georgia (S7E4)”


Headed down south with our Pro Angler 14 pedal kayaks to small-town, Richmond Hill, Georgia for some epic bass kayak fishing.

A Bill Dance Signature Series Lake, this body of water is an amazing fishery. Boasting every kind of cover and arrangement that you could want to fish: grass, lily pads, ledges, swamps, declines. It’s a kayak bass fisherman’s heaven.

Joined by 2016 Hobie Bass Open Winner, Ron Champion, watch as our chaps test out different tackle, procedures and programmes in this world-class kayak bass fishing environment.

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Pedal vs Paddle Offshore Kayak Fishing | How I Handle the Surf Part 2

October 16th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Pedal vs Paddle Offshore Kayak Fishing | How I Handle the Surf Part 2”

ACK Fishing Team member Chris Castro has wasted countless hours in the surf, and he enjoys sharing things he’s learned along the way. As promised, “thats part” 2 into how he administers the surf, this time coming back in. Due to request he’s included an extra 7 instants to also discuss a red-hot topic in service industries. Pedal vs Paddle for offshore kayak fishing. Remember that each territory faces different challenges, with that being said, this is in reference to drawbacks he faces on the Texas coast. Always remember to rig and leash appropriately, wear a PFD at all times, a helmet for added shield, and under supervision.

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Casa Romantica’s gardens are aglow with twinkling lights during nighttime event

October 15th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Casa Romantica’s gardens are aglow with twinkling lights during nighttime event”

Casa Romantica Cultural Center and Gardens has propelled its first-ever, decorated garden saunter, Casa Lumina. The family-friendly event exercises outdoor estimation technology with millions of enlivened, multicolored gleaming dawns to fetch a brand-new perspective to the Native Bowl garden, dwelling to many California Native species.

The event passes from 7-9 p. m. nightly through Oct. 3( Sundays-Thursdays exclusively; closed on Fridays and Saturdays ).

General admission is$ 7; member admission is $5. Wine-colored, liquids and snacks are available for purchase.

IF YOU GO

When: 7-9 p. m. Sunday-Thursday through Oct. 3

Where: Casa Romantica Cultural Center and Gardens, 415 Avenida Granada, San Clemente

Information: CasaRomantica.org or 949 -4 98 -2 139

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