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Big smiles at the grand gathering.


Volume 4 • Issue 2


THE EDITOR’S ANGLE


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Hey stupid, throw down that paddle and fish!


CHATTER


Mom finally gets it // Too much rigging // We have an app for that.


CPR


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Letting ‘em go for next time. A collection of photographic trophies.


BUZZBAIT


PROFILE: Dave Lamoureux goes 10 rounds with a 156-pound bluefin—and wins.


TOURNAMENTS: IFA reverses course on natural bait. Who cares?


BY THE NUMBERS: Motors—more horsepower!


CONSERVATION: The Georgia Kayak Fishing Foundation goes hands-on to teach conservation.


The Jax Classic pg. Features


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MOTOR TRENDS


Kayak Angler gets rough with the latest electrified ‘yaks. Are these rides worthy or just expensive toys?


2010 GEAR GUIDE


A ton of stuff you need for your catchy kayaking. Drool over the latest fish bling, and save green with a bang for the buck bounty.


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FRIENDSHIP IN FLORIDA Good vibes at this year’s Jax Classic.


GEAR: SOT king Tim Niemier is still building boats.


READER TIP: Snags be scared.


FISH FOOD: Slightly spicy cedar planked fish.


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SKILLS: Take stealth to the strategic level.


RIGGING: Catch your own shrimp cocktail.


TACTICS: Vertically jig blade baits for sleepy smallies // Pitch plastics in west coast kelp // Pile up the panfish with spin-jigs // Go-to redfish lures


TRAILER


The Old Man and the Sea effect. Bryce Mollenkamp on the allure of battling big fish from small boats.


COVER: PHOTO: DAVID McLEAF. PHOTO THIS PAGE: KENDAL LARSON.


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