I’m a big fan of reducing the amount of drilled holes on my kayak. When I was looking for a transducer arm, I was glad to see a bunch of them that simply used gear track mounts. In particular, Mad Frog Gear’s “Liberator” platform stuck out. It’s a really simple way to mount the arm, the fish finder, or both. Since my Native Slayer already had an electronics bay, I simply needed the arm itself. The Micro Liberator fit that bill. It includes a mounting plate for the gear track, the transducer arm, and necessary hardware.
Our official “gear store” has been completely revamped! We carry Paddle-Fishing.com fishing shirts, t-shirts, sweatshirts, jackets, and hats. Check it out!
We wanted to specifically highlight two fishing shirts:
Cooper Vollmer is a 2 year old boy from Sarasota who was recently diagnosed with brain tumor. To help out Cooper and his family, Paddle-Fishing.com is sponsoring Kayak for “Coop”. This event will be a tournament, prize raffle and a kayak raffle. All proceeds will go to the Vollmers to help them care for Cooper.
KAYAK FOR “COOP”
On April 12, 2014, Paddle-Fishing.com held a kayak fishing tournament to benefit Cooper Vollmer. “Coop” is a 2 year old boy who was recently diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor and has begun the journey through 70 weeks of chemotherapy. All proceeds from the tournament will go to help Cooper and the Vollmer family.
The full results of the 2013-14 PFTS #4 sponsored by Llewellyn Insurance Services are now posted
Read the full report here…..