Tag: hobie kayaks

2015 Spring Demo Days: What’s New?!

| March 12, 2015 | 0 Comments

This year is our 10th annual Spring Demo Days and at this rate, it’s panning out to be our best yet! This year, we are honored to be able to represent and carry some of the leading kayak brands the industry offers including: Feel Free, Old Town, Viking, Wilderness Systems and of course Hobie. Revolutionary moves are being implemented in the business including the release of Old Town’s Predator XL Minn Kota and Hobie’s Revolution 16. Here are just a few of the new Kayaks that we plan on showing off.

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ICast Showcases New Hobie, Wilderness, and Old Town Kayaks

| July 15, 2014 | 2 Comments

The 2014 ICAST Trade Show showcased a plethora of brand new kayaks that are a true advancement in the industry. Between Hobie’s Pro Angler 17T, Old Town’s Predator XL and Wilderness System’s Thresher 140, the innovation at this years ICAST was at an all time high.

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Trip Report: Galveston Bay Lunch Sail

| February 10, 2014 | 1 Comment

Reposted from the TexasIslandClub.com Forum.

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Kayak Fishing Personalities Converge for ACK Demo Days in Austin

| September 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

Meet Big Names of Kayak Fishing at ACK Austin this Weekend I was scrolling through the list of representatives that we have coming to our ACK Austin store this weekend for Demo Days when I realized how many awesome people we have coming together for this event. If you’re a local Austin paddlers who is looking to further your kayak fishing knowledge and skills, you won’t want to miss this event.

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Blogger Spotlight: Ashley Rae (SheLovesToFish.com)

| January 9, 2013 | 3 Comments

Avid kayak angler Ashley Rae really does love to fish, and it doesn’t take long to realize that when visiting her site. SheLovesToFish.

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Off Season? What “Off” Season?

| January 19, 2011 | 0 Comments

As I sit here getting ready for the upcoming boat shows I think back about how great of an “off” season it was. For many paddlers that reside in Texas, late November through January is considered the “off season”.

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