Monthly Archives: June, 2021

HUGE Fish Almost FLIPS My Kayak!! | Field Trips Panama

June 23rd, 2021 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “HUGE Fish Almost FLIPS My Kayak!! | Field Trips Panama”


In this episode we’ve got a new group of clients at Los Buzos Resort in Panama, and we’re mothershipping our kayaks 8 miles down the coast to a legendary spot called Punta Blanca to do some kayak fishing for monster fish. Then, back at the lodge, we’re cooking up our catch and enjoying fresh sashimi and ceviche.

JOIN ME IN PANAMA AUGUST OR OCTOBER 2021! Just a few slots left.
More info at http://www.losbuzos.com

Comment below and tell me what species you want to catch the most when you go to Los Buzos! And ask me any questions that you have!

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A few years back, I ditched the corporate grind to pursue my passions for traveling, fishing and the outdoor lifestyle. Now I live in a travel trailer full time, fishing and exploring my way through all 50 states and around the world.

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2021 Hobie BOS Kayak Fishing Tournament | Lake Champlain Fishing Review with Mike Iaconelli

June 22nd, 2021 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “2021 Hobie BOS Kayak Fishing Tournament | Lake Champlain Fishing Review with Mike Iaconelli”


Next up on the 2021 #HobieBOS​ anchored by Power-Pole tournament trail… Lake Champlain!

📍: Lake Champlain, Ticonderoga, NY
🗓️: June 26th – 27th

Looking to get an edge on the competition? Get some tips, tactics and strategies from Bass Fishing Pro, Mike Iaconelli

Get all the Event Info and Registration Link below:
➡ hobiebos.com

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*Registration closes Wednesday, 6/22 at 11:59 PM EDT
**Sign-up early to stay up-to-date on event info and to learn about the precautions we are taking due to COVID-19.

ABOUT THE HOBIE Bass Open Series:
Started in 2019, the Hobie Bass Open Series (HBOS) is a national kayak fishing tournament series with 10 Open Events and 1 Tournament of Champions Event (TOC). Our events take place at some of the best bass fisheries in the country where anglers have the chance to battle it out over the 2-day events which begin Friday night and end Sunday afternoon. Anyone aged 16 years or older may enter the Open Events and all brands of kayaks are welcome. Aside from competing for cash payouts and Angler of the Year points, each event hosts a fun raffle with sponsored prizes and encompasses the camaraderie that makes the kayak fishing community special.

In 2020, despite challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic and new safety protocol measures put in place, we experienced amazing growth. We averaged 108 anglers per event and had as many as 155 anglers participate in a single event. In 2020, angler’s earnings topped over $243,000 and the Tournament of Champions purse paid out $62,000. Our Tournament staff worked harder than ever, and once again in 2021, we couldn’t be more excited to do it again, bigger and better! Our goal is to run the best kayak fishing tournament series in the country, to help anglers in the community, and grow the sport of kayak fishing.

So what’s stopping you from joining in the fun? Come and fish with us on incredible fisheries across the country and compete for big cash payouts, bragging rights and an opportunity to represent your country at the Hobie Fishing Worlds. Kayak fishing continues to grow, and the Hobie Bass Open Series provides an opportunity for the best kayak bass anglers in the country to show what they can do. We hope to see you at a Hobie Bass Open Series event this year!

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WIN A SELECT PADDLE – PHOTO CONTEST

June 21st, 2021 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “WIN A SELECT PADDLE – PHOTO CONTEST”

French paddle brand Select are launching their very own photo contest with the chance to win one of their high end paddles! Here are the details to enter:

Rules to participate :

1 : Drag and drop, or upload your best pictures of a Select paddle in action on Facebook and/or Instagram. Ambiance, lifestyle, action, landscape…

2 : The best selected pictures will be published on the communication networks of the Select brand: website, social networks, booths, posters, magazines etc.

3: Bonus ! The winners will be offered a Select paddle !**.

Now jump on your boat, and strike a pose. Good luck !

Deadline for photo deposit : 31/07/2021 – results : 05/08/2021

The winners will have to provide their native photos in high def. and sign an authorization form for image rights. Either by refunding the value of the pictured Select paddle – as per catalog price (limited to 1 paddle reimbursed per winning picture), or by shipping a new Select paddle – same range as the winning pictured one (limited to 1 paddle shipped per winning picture).

More info go to : https://select-paddles.com/select-paddles-summer-photo-challenge-2/?lang=en

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The Ultimate FULLY RIGGED Kayak for Bass Fishing | Hobie Mirage Lynx pedal kayak

June 19th, 2021 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “The Ultimate FULLY RIGGED Kayak for Bass Fishing | Hobie Mirage Lynx pedal kayak”


The Hobie Mirage Lynx fishing kayak boasts incredible stealth and stability, which makes it a great choice for tackling any inshore or freshwater fishery. In this video, Howie takes you through his rigging choices for taking on his favorite bass lake. With a no-drill platform and all the accessory-ready features, this pedal fishing kayak is easy and fun to rig!

Featured Kayak Fishing Accessories, Mount and Part Numbers:

Kayak Camera Mounts:
#72023016 – RAM MAST-TUBE WEDGE MOUNT 1″
#72023019 – RAM DBL 1″ BALL SOCKET ASSEMBL
#72023034 – RAM GOPRO MOUNTING BASE 1″
#72023083 – RAM TOUGH-POLE 18″ W/ Track Node (*requires DBL socket + GoPro Base)

H-Rail Accessory Mounting Setup:
#84626106 – H-RAIL, LYNX KIT
#84623004 – MINI BIN ASSY, H-RAIL
#72020601 – CUP HOLDER, TRACK MOUNTED
#72023092 – RAM ADAPT-A-POST H-RAIL MOUNT
#72023072 – RAM TOUGH TUBE W/ 3″ SPLINE PO
#72023086 – RAM ROLLER-BALL ACC HOLDER – 2 Pack

H-Bar Standing Support for Kayaks Setup:
#84500122 – HOBIE H-BAR LYNX
#84501113 – MOUNT ASSEMBLY / H-RAIL (*requires 2)

H-Crate Kayak Storage Setup:
#72020088 – HOBIE H-CRATE
#72020097 – H-CRATE SOFT COVER
#72020015 – ROD HOLDER – LIVEWELL/H-CRATE
#72020117 – VANTAGE SEAT ACCESSORY BAG
#72026214 – RB VISIBILITY KIT II

Fish Finder Setup:
#84620101 1″ RAM BALL / H-RAIL
#72023060 – RAM MOUNT 1″ BALL & ARM HOOK2
#72020229 – FISHFINDER HOOK REVEAL 5 SPLITSHOT
#72025010 – LITHIUM PRO POWER KIT 12V 10AH

Power-Pole Micro Kayak Anchor Setup:
#72020083 – POWERPOLE MICRO AND SPIKE
#72020185 – MICRO BATTERY PAK – LITHIUM
#72020603 – POWERPOLE KIT, LYNX

To purchase Hobie Accessories, contact your local Hobie dealer:
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Learn More about the Mirage Lynx pedal fishing kayak:
https://www.hobie.com/kayaks/mirage-lynx/

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Deep Sea Fishing for Pacific Giants (CATCH & COOK) | Field Trips Panama

June 18th, 2021 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Deep Sea Fishing for Pacific Giants (CATCH & COOK) | Field Trips Panama”


In this episode we’re panga and kayak fishing a legendary part of Panama’s southern coast called Morro Puerco. The fishing is on fire as we get into huge swarms of mahi, giant roosterfish, intimidating cubera snapper and a surprise species I’ve never seen before.

JOIN ME IN PANAMA AUGUST OR OCTOBER 2021! Just a few slots left.
More info at http://www.losbuzos.com

Comment below and tell me what species you want to catch the most when you go to Los Buzos! And ask me any questions that you have!

GET THE POPPING ROD I USE: http://bit.ly/OTI_PoppingRods​​​
GET THE JIGGING ROD I USE: https://bit.ly/OTI_FathomBladeRods​​
GET MY FAVORITE VERTICAL JIG: http://bit.ly/OTI_VerticalJigs​

MY KAYAK BRAND (AFFORDABLE PEDAL DRIVE): http://www.lightningkayaks.com​​​​​​​

Shop the apparel and PFD I wear: http://bit.ly/FieldTrips_NRS​

Download the ANGLR Fishing app: http://bit.ly/2Uzht7G​​​​​​​​​​

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About Robert Field:

A few years back, I ditched the corporate grind to pursue my passions for traveling, fishing and the outdoor lifestyle. Now I live in a travel trailer full time, fishing and exploring my way through all 50 states and around the world.

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How-To Set Up your Inflatable Pedal Kayak | QuickStart for the Mirage iTrek 9 Ultralight

June 17th, 2021 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “How-To Set Up your Inflatable Pedal Kayak | QuickStart for the Mirage iTrek 9 Ultralight”


Hobie QuickStart videos are intended to be an easy way to get you on the water with the basic info for setting up your Hobie pedal kayak for the first time.

This video covers the Mirage iTrek 9 Ultralight inflatable pedal kayak. We’ll teach you how to open and unpack your hull, how to install the cranks on your MirageDrive GT pedal system and how to inflate the kayak hull. We will also run through how to install the kayak seatback, install and adjust the SUP paddle, and install the rudder and cup holder. Also included are folding tips, so you know how to deflate and pack up the hull and all the components into the travel bag.

Learn More about the Mirage iTrek 9 Ultralight pedal kayak:
https://www.hobie.com/kayaks/mirage-itrek-9-ultralight/

To purchase Hobie Accessories and other Hobie Products, contact your local Hobie dealer:
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Transitioning to an Environmentally Friendly Diet

June 16th, 2021 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Transitioning to an Environmentally Friendly Diet”

By Ely Khatib

My name is Ely and I have been vegan for a little over a year now. I didn’t do it for my health or to get more fit, although that is a good added benefit to the lifestyle. I changed my diet for two reasons: for the animals and for the environment.

Animals are excessively abused by farmers and are not taken care of, nor killed, in a humane way. Many are crammed into small places, fed corn meal, and beaten with a blunt object to kill them. Animal products also use the most water and land, and produce more greenhouse gases than any plant-based foods, fruits and vegetables.

It’s not necessary for everyone to go fully vegan to help curb animal abuse and improve the environment. I am not going to try to make you stop eating meat entirely. What really matters is that each person minimizes their intake, so that the agricultural industry isn’t so overwhelmed by consumers. This will help prevent the industry from cramming animals in tight spaces and using excess resources that lead to environmental consequences.

So, what does this mean for your diet? This could be as simple as reducing your meat and dairy consumption from three times a day to once a day, or from every day to three times a week.

I know people who only eat animal products when they go out to eat, but never when they cook at home. Or people who only eat animal products on the weekends. Even eating solely chicken and turkey instead of red meat – which uses the most land, energy, water, and produces the most greenhouse gases – is better than no change at all.

Regardless of which changes you adopt; the whole idea is to do what you can to minimize your impact on the environment and reduce the need for the animal agriculture industry to abuse animals.

People may think being vegan is hard, but when you practice it, it’s actually super easy, especially when you eat at home. Most people avoid veganism for a multitude of reasons, such as fear of hormone changes (estrogen), malnourishment, or just because meat tastes so good.

The truth is that hormone imbalances do not come from consuming soy milk instead of real milk, or from avoiding meat. Your body does not produce more testosterone because you eat meat, nor does it produce more estrogen because you don’t.

Avoiding malnourishment just takes care and attention. For example, because I do not eat red meat I lack iron and vitamin B-12. To combat this, I take supplements, eat a lot of spinach, eat certain cereals, and drink lots of non-dairy milk.

Another argument is that vegans do not get enough protein, but I can assure you that I eat more than enough nuts, vegan protein powders, enough protein bars, and drink enough soy milk to meet my needs as an athlete.

Furthermore, there are also many new plant-based “meats” that serve as my supplement for meat when I make tacos, pastas, burgers, and burritos at home. They are even vegan corn dogs and “chicken” nuggets at the store – for when I want a late-night snack.

Finally, when transitioning to a vegan lifestyle (or a vegetarian / low-meat one), it can be very hard to make the jump cold turkey. One technique is to slowly reduce your intake over the course of six months. Start by eating meat three days instead of five, then go down to once after three weeks, then to none after another three weeks.

Try the techniques above, such as only eating meat when you go out with friends or only on weekends. Whatever you can do makes a difference, and if you do it right, the transition can be easy and comfortable.

Modifying your diet will help the environment in the long run, and it’s only one of the many ways to get involved in protecting our precious water and natural resources.

An added bonus is that you may become the best cook of your friend group and everyone will be impressed with how healthy you are. Good luck!

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How I Helped the Forest Service Develop a Water Monitoring Program

June 8th, 2021 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “How I Helped the Forest Service Develop a Water Monitoring Program”

By Rachel

While working as an intern at Orange County Coastkeeper, I had the opportunity to assist the Forest Service in the development of a Quality Assurance Project Plan (QAPP) for a water quality monitoring program in the Cleveland National Forest. A QAPP is a document that outlines the procedures for a monitoring project in order to ensure the data it collects and analyzes will meet the project requirements.

The QAPP I helped develop describes the procedures for collecting samples of indicator bacteria (E. Coli and Enterococcus) at three different field sites within the Cleveland National Forest.

In order to choose which sites and contaminants to monitor, some other interns and I researched which impaired bodies of water in the region also fell within the boundaries of the Cleveland National Forest by examining the map on the 303(d) list from the State Water Resources Control Board website.

Under Clean Water Act (CWA) section 303(d), states are required by the United States Environmental Protection Agency to submit a list of waters within its boundaries not meeting water quality standards (impaired waters) as well as the water quality parameter (i.e., pollutant) not being met. This list is referred to as the 303(d) list.

After compiling a list of impaired bodies of water within Cleveland National Forest, we then looked into which specific contaminants were listed and where these samples were collected.

Using the latitude and longitude data of these monitoring sites from the State Water Resources Control Board site, we were then able to confirm whether these specific samples were collected within the forest boundaries and identified three potential bodies of water to monitor for indicator bacteria: Trabuco Creek, Silverado Creek, and San Juan Creek.

The next step was to collect water samples from each site and send them to the lab to be analyzed for levels of E. Coli and Enterococcus.

I was able to conduct sampling at one of the sites (Silverado Creek) with another Coastkeeper intern. The procedure was very similar to the sampling procedures for stormwater monitoring. Because there was a good amount of water flowing in the creek, we were able to use the sampling bottles to collect water samples directly from the creek.

After collecting our samples and filling out the field data sheets for each one, we then dropped off our samples back at the Coastkeeper office so they could be taken to the lab later that day to be analyzed for indicator bacteria levels along with the samples from the other sites.

Below is a photo of my fellow intern from when we went sampling at Silverado Creek!

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What I Learned About Stormwater Monitoring

June 7th, 2021 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “What I Learned About Stormwater Monitoring”

By Rachel

During my internship with Orange County Coastkeeper, I had the opportunity to learn about stormwater monitoring in order to monitor water quality in public areas adjacent to industrial sites throughout Orange County. My group and I collected samples in order to help Coastkeeper in its efforts to ensure compliance with the Clean Water Act (CWA) and National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) requirements following rainfall events.

The stormwater monitoring training included going over sampling procedures, how to fill out field data sheets for each site, what to look for at field sites, and how to use any equipment such as a sampling pole, Whirl-Pak bags, and sampling bottles.

During my stormwater monitoring experience, we collected samples for indicator bacteria and sevral types of metals at multiple industrial sites in Orange County, including an asphalt plant, a powder core manufacturing facility, and an aerospace manufacturing facility.

Industrial sites are areas that are designated specifically for industrial use (such as manufacturing facilities, factories, and warehouses), which are often a large source of contamination to the air and water in our communities.

Pollutants from industrial sites impact water resources through runoff, which is water that is not absorbed by the ground and instead flows freely while picking up pollutants from roads, roofs, and other surfaces. Industrial runoff originates directly from industrial sites and commonly includes substances such as oil, grease, hazardous chemicals, and sediment such as dirt, gravel, or cement.

Runoff from rainfall events enters storm drains and ultimately ends up in Orange County’s oceans, rivers, and creeks. Since this water is not treated before this happens, it can contaminate water resources, negatively impact water ecosystems, and result in beach closures due to elevated levels of chemicals or bacteria. Because of this, industrial sites require monitoring and must adhere to environmental regulations in order to reduce negative environmental impacts.

When choosing sites to conduct water quality monitoring, it is important to consider several factors. First, there should be safe and unrestricted access at the site. The water sample should also be representative of the water body of interest. It is also important to select sites that have a history of water pollution or contamination. Often, the sites that Coastkeeper monitors are chosen either because they have previously self-submitted data showing pollution and environmental regulatory agencies have taken no action, or because of a direct site observation or tip from someone.

After all water samples are collected and field data sheets are filled out, they are dropped off at Coastkeeper’s office where they are then taken to the lab to be analyzed. The samples and resulting water quality data can be used for litigation, which can lead to more scrutiny of industrial sites or even enforcement actions to ensure compliance with industrial permits.

Stormwater monitoring is essential in ensuring drinkable, fishable, and swimmable water in our community. Check out how Coastkeeper helps prevent stormwater pollution and learn about getting involved in protecting the State of Your Water.

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Offshore Kayak Fishing for MONSTERS of the Pacific (CATCH CLEAN COOK)

June 6th, 2021 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Offshore Kayak Fishing for MONSTERS of the Pacific (CATCH CLEAN COOK)”


In this episode we’re doing some offshore kayak fishing with a new group of clients at Los Buzos Resort in Panama, and the action is on fire like usual. Us guides are grocery shopping for meat fish while the clients go to battle with monster trophy species from little plastic boats. Then things really get wild when a MASSIVE Pacific sailfish comes out to play.

STILL A FEW SLOTS LEFT TO JOIN ME IN PANAMA THIS AUGUST OR OCTOBER! For more info visit http://www.losbuzos.com

Comment below and tell me what species you want to catch the most when you go to Los Buzos! And ask me any questions that you have!

GET THE POPPING ROD I USE: http://bit.ly/OTI_PoppingRods​​​
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MY KAYAK BRAND (AFFORDABLE PEDAL DRIVE): http://www.lightningkayaks.com​​​​​​​

Shop the apparel and PFD I wear: http://bit.ly/FieldTrips_NRS​

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About Robert Field:

A few years back, I ditched the corporate grind to pursue my passions for traveling, fishing and the outdoor lifestyle. Now I live in a travel trailer full time, fishing and exploring my way through all 50 states and around the world.

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