Worms In A Can

A Blog for Fishermen
Mar08 2014
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With two kids under 2yrs of age, getting outdoors has been a challenge lately.  I've hardly touched my kayak due to the amount of time required to get out on the weekend, but do get out and fish from our local pond ever so often.  With family moving closer and the children growing, I have high-hopes for the coming summer...I've decided to commit some of my goals to paper:

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Nov10 2013
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Wow...the last two years have been a blur.  Haven't been able to pay much attention to the blog lately because we just welcomed our first son, Huck. 

He topped the scales at 9lbs 5oz and has kept on growing. My wife has done an amazing job of decking out his room for the fisherman in the making.

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Feb27 2013
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One of the major challenges in rigging out a kayak is finding enough room to carry the amount of rods you'll need on the water.  Though a kayak will never be a bass boat with a locker full of rods, I don't think its unreasonable to carry as many as six different rods. 

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Feb12 2013
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My biggest dilemma in preparing for a kayak trip is deciding on what rods to bring on the water. The limited space of a kayak forces you to put a great deal of thought into what you plan to fish and what combo you will use to fish it effectively. I'll be the first to admit that I often struggle sticking to the plan.

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Nov21 2012
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Performance Rating: 
4
Price Rating: 
3
Review: 

The Scotty Rocket Launcer reminds me of the traditional flush mount rod holders on steroids. The Rocket Launcher is a great way to add multiple rod positions as well as an option for mounting accessories such as at the YakAttack Visicarbon Pro or a YakAttack PanFish for your GoPro.  The fact that the Rocket Launcher sits higher than a flush mount and adjusts to a vertical position allows for accessories to sit much higher than if inserted into a flush mount holder.  

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