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Z-man Pop ShadZ

Constructed of high-floating, 10X Tough ElaZtech™ material, this first-of-its-kind soft-plastic surface popper sports a cupped face that pops, spits and chugs along the surface for maximum fish-calling attraction. What’s more, the Pop ShadZ can be rigged weedless on a wide-gap hook, making it ideal for fishing through pads, grass, stumps, and laydowns. Buoyant enough to float even a heavy gauge hook, its baitfish profile accurately mimics a number of freshwater and saltwater forage species.

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June 15 at 7:00 am
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Yakima Handroll Kayak Rack

Designed to help you easily get any type of kayak up on your vehicle’s roof, the HandRoll’s rubber rollers provide load assist with grip, stability and protection. The bases pivot to automatically fit the shape of your boat, then lock tight to cradle it while traveling. The universal mount fits most roof racks — no tools needed — and heavy duty straps and tie-downs are included to keep things secure.

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June 15 at 7:00 am
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A good topwater bite

The first specks of sunrise were starting to lighten the night sky as Justin Carter, a member of Hobie Kayaks’ pro staff, and I slipped our plastic boats into the ICW. It was an early June morning, the kind of day when sand gnats had to hurry to get their bites in before the summer winds and heat kicked in.

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June 15 at 7:00 am
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June’s best kayak fishing bets

North Carolina

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June 15 at 7:00 am
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Opportunity knocks once June arrives

The beauty of late May and June is that no matter what flavor of water into which you dump your Tupperware boat, there’s plenty of action to be found. 

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June 14 at 9:00 am
108 Views

May’s best bream bets

North Carolina

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May 15 at 7:00 am
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The flier

The first thing most anglers  who catch their first flier think is that they’ve caught a hybrid bream/crappie. The flier, Centrarchus macropterus, is a sunfish native to muddy-bottomed swamps, ponds, weedy lakes and backwaters, mostly in the coastal planes in both Carolinas. The biggest fliers, which can live up to five years, get to about 12 inches and a pound.

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May 15 at 7:00 am
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Scotty fly-rod holder with side/deck mount

When it comes to bream fishing from a paddlecraft, especially with fly tackle, having a secure place to store your rod is critical. The problem is that while most fishing kayaks come with rod holders, they typically only fit spinning or baitcasting rods. Fortunately, you can buy aftermarket rod holders designed specifically for fly rods.

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May 15 at 7:00 am
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