Designed for waterproof protection under extreme conditions, new Gage duffle bags and backpacks are like foul weather gear — for your gear. Crafted from 500 Denier PVC Tarpaulin Fabric with 100-percent RF welded seams and roll-top closures, these packs will keep clothing, electronics and other gear dry and protected on any adventure — from high-seas voyages to backcountry camping to trekking the misty jungles of Costa Rica.
With water temperatures being extremely cold, outdoor enthusiasts can become incapacitated in just 10 minutes, to the point that the muscles in their limbs stop working and they will no longer be able to swim or rescue themselves.
raveling thousands of miles a year across the country competing in tournaments and doing dozens of seminars and personal appearances gives us a wonderful platform for Lou to expose our brand to the masses.”
The Wednesday, June 29th class will be at C&C Marine in Citrus Heights, and the Thursday, June 30th class will be held at Red Bluff Sporting goods in Red Bluff. Both classes begin promptly 5:30pm.
This new light is perfect for anglers everywhere who want to keep their edge, see their gear, and always have both hands free for fishing. Keep one stowed on the rail of the boat, and you always have a light at the ready.
Ken Samp, owner/operator of Sunset Charters and Tours in Lake Havasu City, is heading up this new program which is being touted as a significant advancement toward safer boating practices by many local boat rental facilities. A pool of qualified, Coast Guard licensed captains have been established, offering their services on an hourly basis for safe and sober vessel piloting to recreational boaters, both rental and privately owned.
Reaching depths of over 20 feet makes this patented lure run deeper than any other 2 piece crankbait plus it has a swimming motion rivaling that of soft plastic swimbaits. The JOINTED 20+™ also produces a unique sound and vibration that draw fish like a magnet.
This unique event features a true team format that allows teammates to share information and work together to amass the largest amount of weight possible over two days of competition. The winning team will be determined by the combined weight of each team’s top two boats each day.
Despite having a slow start to the day, we were able to catch quite a few quality smallmouth over the course of the day and our final six fish limit weighed 19.59 lb’s. We also took big fish honors with a 3.76 lb. fish. For full results or to see information about the West Central Bassmasters fall open tournament
“Normally, I like to fish that big worm fast,” King said. “But yesterday on stage Mike said something about having to slow down to get better bites. This morning early I fished it real slow.” That made a huge difference. He had enough weight to win within the first few hours.