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Kayak Fishing

Totalscan Ready Testing

This week has been massive with both the Raymarine Ready Transducer mount and now the Lowrance Totalscan transducer mountmade to suit […]

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Portland Kingfish

Over the weekend I took the opportunity to chase the kingfish hanging around Portland. With my Tacklepod still all packed […]

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Toothy Treasure Chest

Yesterday was the end of another amazing trip and it couldn’t have gone any better. I met up with Paddle […]

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BerleyPro design

How To Show Battery Voltage On a Lowrance TI Fish Finder

Here is quick guide of how to show your supply voltage on your fish finder. This is a simple thing […]

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Raymarine Ready Hobie

Over the past couple of weeks I have spent some time putting together a new range of transducer mounts to […]

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Power Pack Powering Fish Finders

The Propel Power Pack can not only be used for electronics at the back of the kayak, but also at […]

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South Florida KayakGuide Nick

South Florida KayakGuide Nick

Kayak Fishing Guide / Kayak Fishing Guide

Since getting my Berleypro LED work light, I have tried to figure out how I ever went on the water before I had one. From a safety standpoint the output on this light allows others to clearly see me on the water much better the the competitions products, and when fishing offshore in low light that can be the difference between a nice day on the water and a very bad situation. I also love to use it for rigging my kayak before I launch in the early morning to make sure I have everything I need and that it is properly secured. Lastly when used during night, it allows me to clearly see what I'm am doing and rigging while knowing that others can see me. For these reasons I will have a Berleypro led light on every kayak I use. The quality , fit , and finish make this a must have product in my book.