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First Looks At The Hobie Pro Angler 14 360

Posted by Mike Cheatham on Dec 19th 2019

First Looks At The Hobie Pro Angler 14 360
I was reading about the newest addition to our kayak family and pulled this description of the Hobie Mirage Pro Angler with 360 drive technology from Hobie.com:Truly the Ultimate Fishing Machine. The 2020 Pro Angler 14 with the MirageDrive 360 and Kick-Up Fins delivers power in every direction for unprecedented maneuverability and control. Staying on top of the fish has never been easier.I listened to the hype after it was unveiled at iCast, read statements (like above, and others) on the intern
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One day...At Harrison Bay

Posted by Mike Cheatham on Aug 24th 2019

One day...At Harrison Bay
One of the things I enjoy (very selfishly I must add) about spending so much time fishing out of my kayak across the country is meeting folks at the ramp. The conversations range from a simple hello, to “where you from with that accent”, to detailed explanations about how kayak tournaments work. I am always open to introducing anyone to the world of kayaking and kayak bass fishing. Last weekend, I was coming off the water at Harrison Bay in Chattanooga when I noticed a couple with
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I Am Not Originally from Tennessee

Posted by Mike Cheatham on Mar 20th 2019

I Am Not Originally from Tennessee
I am not originally from Tennessee. I was born in Georgia and ended here after my family moved to Virginia and Alaska before we stopped moving. In my early twenties, I was in Georgia for a few months….Chattanooga for a few years (mom was from Lookout Mountain and dad from Ducktown by the Ocoee)…then I came back to where I will always call home, Clarksville…and I have no plans to leave. I live about a mile from where I grew up, on the same bluff I ran as a kid. Just across the Cumberland
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The Evolution Of A Paddler

Posted by Mark Rine on Feb 16th 2019

The Evolution Of A Paddler
Paddle or Pedal? That is the question launched by the most avid of anglers, or at least a few I know. They wonder if picking up a paddle again after acclimating to the ease of pedals is even worth a thought. I assure them it is. Some say they would never dream of going back to paddle-style kayaks because of their reliance on the efficiency their pedal kayaks provide while navigating their most preferred types of waterways. On the flipside, I also have friends who consider themselves puris
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