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500-Pound Marlin Surprise – Offshore Fishing an Uninhabited Coast in Panama

November 3rd, 2021 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “500-Pound Marlin Surprise – Offshore Fishing an Uninhabited Coast in Panama”

In this episode we’re taking a small panga 2 hours down the coast from Los Buzos Panama to wild, uninhabited coastline to scout out some remote beaches for our adventure camping trips. After finding a few breathtaking locations in the middle of small islands, we decide to test these remote waters. The bite is absolutely INSANE on vertical jigs and giant poppers with yellowfin tuna, bluefin trevally, rainbow runners and more filling the cooler in a couple hours.

But things really take a turn for the wild when the biggest fish swimming in these waters takes our bait when we least expect it.

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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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Hobie Outdoor Adventures | Musky or Bust Kayak Fishing on the James River (S10E7)

June 3rd, 2021 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Hobie Outdoor Adventures | Musky or Bust Kayak Fishing on the James River (S10E7)”

In the middle of Winter, Hobie Fishing Team member, Morgan travels to Virginia to meet up with kayak angler, Kristine Fischer. These two anglers brave the cold in search of the famed muskellunge that inhabit the James River on their Hobie fishing kayaks. Known as “the fish of ten thousand casts”, will our anglers tempt these kings of the river to bite?

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QuickStart for Hobie Mirage Passport kayaks

December 11th, 2020 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “QuickStart for Hobie Mirage Passport kayaks”

Hobie QuickStart videos are intended to be a quick way to got to get on the irrigate with the basic info for setting up your kayak for the first time. This video shows the Mirage Passport 12.0 but also covers the Passport 10.5. We cover completing the installation of your MirageDrive GT with Kick Up fins, installing and using your the rudder, construct and adjusting your paddle and a few other key features to know before you stumbled the water.
New for 2021 both Mirage Passport sits “re coming with” Hobie’s MirageDrive GT with Kick Up Fins. GT stands for Glide Technology and features roller permits in all the major moving faces, these assumes shorten resistance and improve efficiency. The Kick Up Fins have the ability to kick back and up when contacting the bottom or any solid drawbacks, these allow you to pedal in shallow areas without concern of causing damage to the fins or your drive. Also brand-new for 2021 is a second set of plug in scuppers located under the seat bottom. These additional scuppers allow the seating area to drain faster and allow a second location to use Hobie’s Plug-In carts. By place the cart further toward the center of the hull it better matches the force and does bring even easier. Both Passports receives an new 8″ centre invent scheme that is more instinctive and easier to use.

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