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    One of last month’s best catches. The little rivers were very good to me this season. It’s a bummer that they only hold any real numbers of big fish for such a small window of time. I wish I could stay off the beaten path and fish them all season long.

    Enjoy 🙂
    ~Denny

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    Very nice, thanks for posting.

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    Thanks for posting!!how do transport your livebait in your kayak?

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    Quote by: bullhead44

    Thanks for posting!!how do transport your livebait in your kayak?

    The red and white cooler behind my seat is my bait tank. I just outfitted it with a bubbler.

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    I really do like your videos….great job.

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    Great video. I dont think i saw you turn your reel handle. That was a fight…..

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    I got that same pole and its good to know how much pressure it will take. I cant believe it didn’t break when it ran under the boat.

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    Great video as always!

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    Thanks for sharing !

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    My idol! Where on your kayak do you tie off?

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    Quote by: CrazyCatLady

    Where on your kayak do you tie off?

    Tying off in current is inherently sketchy. I have anchor trolleys on both sides and run them all the way to the very back when I tie off. As long as you get up tight to whatever you’re clipped off to and you can keep the back end from trying to swing around it’s usually all good. I use a plastic clamp to clip off. In case things go sideways on me I can give it a sharp jerk and it will pop free.

    ~Denny

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    Fantastic video, Denny! Thanks for sharing! About how long does it take you to get to these fishing holes once u park your vehicle?!

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    Double post.

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    Quote by: TrapCyclone

    About how long does it take you to get to these fishing holes once u park your vehicle?!

    It’s complicated! Sometimes from the truck to the water takes almost an hour, sometimes I can park right next to the water but I have an hour or more of paddling. Or I might have to drive an hour for a spot that I can get on and back off without so much work.

    One of the fun parts of kayaking is the exploring. I spend a lot of time scouting new water looking for new spots. Out of fun yes, but also out of necessity. Sometimes I’m fishing with buddies and we can shuttle and hit a big stretch, or do an overnight. Sometimes I want to go by myself for a whole day and need to be able to round trip and have more than one good spot, and sometimes I just want to hit a single spot for a couple of hours after work. And then there are factors like migration and water-levels that can effect the potential of certain spots. I’m veering of-course here though.

    The short answer is, ‘it varies.’ I can say though, that pretty much every good hole I’ve found to fish comes with some sort of cost to access. Damaged gear and cortisone shots included… It’s just all part of what I love about it. 🙂

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