Leon continues his search for carp on fly experimenting with interesting rigs. Here he discusses using Skagit heads in innovative ways including on single handed rods. We apologise but the yellow mono running line is a bit hard to see in the photo above,.
JM has been experimenting with home repairs of his precious sandals and hiking boots. He thinks he’s found the best so far.
JM got one of these TV special lures for Christmas and he’s provided this review – doesn’t seem totally positive about their utility
This is more of a description of the system I’ve assembled in my 4WD to carry my setup rods.
JM has out done himself. Not only has he offered this gear review on a Berkeley Nomad pack baitcaster rod, it turns out that the report encompasses a trip report on snapper fishing in the Bay of Plenty New Zealand. Thanks muchly Jason and keep up the contributions.
Our ever energetic President has produced a review of his latest new SPOT Connect and compares it with his older Messenger locator beacons.
Most of us are aware of the Personal Locator Beacon revolution that has been going on. Many of us own one in case of emergency when angling in the back country. The SPOT system is slightly different and uses the Globalstar communication satellite system to be able to send pre-determined messages rather than declare an all-out emergency.
Click on the link below.
made by Drifta – submitted by Bill B
New Zealand innovation – submitted by Jason Q