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 "A venturesome minority will always be eager to get off on their own,
and no obstacle should be placed in their path;
let them take risk, for God sake, let them get lost, sun burnt, stranded, drowned,
eaten by bears, buried alive under avalanches -
that is the right and privilege of any free American."
--Edward Abbey--

"Adventure is just bad planning."
--Roald Amundsen--

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2014 Oregon Rockfish Classic
12th July, 2014
Depoe Bay, Oregon


Get ready for the biggest kayak fishing tournament the Pacific Northwest has ever seen!!

Ladies and gentlemen, the stakes have never been higher.
It gives me great pleasure to announce that the 2014 ORC has been chosen as a Hobie Worlds Qualifying event!!
In fact, the 2014 ORC is the only Hobie Worlds qualifying event on the west coast this year!

You can guess what this means for the grand prize.  In addition to a shiny new Hobie Fishing kayak, the winner of this tournament secures a spot to compete in the Hobie Fishing Worlds Tournament in Amsterdam this fall!!

Click here to register! >>> <<<
Save the date boys and girls, we'll be targeting Chums at Hoodsport on Oct 11 and a kayak for the biggest Dawg is up for grabs, along with other great prizes... More info to follow.


Looking forward to this year, when the temperatures start to warm a little and the weather settles, the first thing I always think of is my home fishing grounds I'll go back to. Just like last year, they're gonna be fun and they will produce, but even more exciting are the road trips and new adventures that lie ahead. Whether it's the Oregon Rockfish Classic or just a weekend excursion to the coast, the way to stay for a lot of us is to camp.... 

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A video review is worth a thousand words!


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There are many ways to catch Spring Chinook in Portland’s waterways. Many big fish are taken locally using various techniques
such as drifting eggs, trolling cut plug herring, Quick Fish, Flat Fish and Salmon Spinners.  However, my personal favorite and
most deadly technique is using Prawn Spinners. They are  deadly for much of the springtime run, and their efficiency in taking
large salmon, increases as spring passes through.

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The first time I saw this little grey box in a store I thought it looked interesting but just couldn’t imagine good video coming
from a tiny little camera. And then it didn't have a LCD screen? Deal breaker I thought. That was a few years ago and since
then GoPro has really made some great improvements.  I got to meet one of their representatives and when she handed me
the camera I was sure it was going to be a little gimmicky thing that really wouldn’t measure up to what we as kayak
fishermen want in a camera. Boy was I wrong!

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The Rig
The job of this rig is to get your bait down to where the salmon are and allow your herring to spin freely.  

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Kayak trolling can be a real drag….  No, not that kind of drag.  Rather, the kind of drag that makes you wish you had a rudder and
outdrive.  While 6oz of weight and a spinning herring
are manageable, the addition of a flasher or dodger can easily prove to be too much.  Enter the KoneZone flasher.  With its slow roll and
reduced drag, the KoneZone flasher is perfectly
suited to kayak trolling.

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