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CUSTOMER PHOTOS

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Send your pictures and a brief description and we will post them here. info@captdick.net

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Hey Stan, here are a few pics of my rigged 130t. I
figured you might could use it b/c you don't see many
rigged tandems. Thanks for all your help!

-Wesley

Oh yeah, I loved the rivets by the way. So easy to attach!!

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Hey Stan,
Wanted to say thanks for making a great products that help me and my buddies
catch more fish of our yaks. I just put your paddle clip on my yak which has
really helped keep quiet while staked out instead of having the paddle
banging around. Anyways, heres a few pictures of me and my buddies with some
fish we've caught from the yaks.
Tight lines
Cameron Schurlknight

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 Nicely rigged T140 Tarpon, owned by Mike, Brownsville, TX.

Mike has installed dual Anchor Trolley Kits, Paddle Holder Kits, Stake Out Pole, and Rod Holders.  Mike also uses a Small Folding Anchor and Drift Chute to complete his positioning accessories.

"Stan, sorry I didn't get back to you but my last two trips have been awesome.  The trolley really helps in adjusting my drift especially since I don't have a rudder. The stake out pole is also a great product it took very little effort to stake out the kayak.  I am still pleased with my purchase even if a friend of mine mentioned I could have made the trolley and stake out pole myself. But to each their own, I still feel I made a great purchase and look forward to the spring and summer months as the fishing will really turn on.  Thanks for the email,  Happy Holidays!  Mike"

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                                                    Kendall shows off some great Nags Head Stripers

"I caught these in March 2004, two of about 25 stripers caught in about two hours.Water temp was a chilly 43 degrees so a full wetsuit, booties and gloves were a necessity to get through the surf zone.Caught them trolling and casting 6" Storm baits to the surface feeding schools.  There is a small group of us on the outerbanks that kayak fish for these big stripers when the weather allows, which is not that often during the winter. We average about 10-20 kayakable days during the time the big stripers are here (late November to early March). They average 38 inches (19-20 pounds) and go up to about 60 pounds."
 
Kendall
Kill Devil Hills, NC 

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FlatFishCharlie-Trout and T140

FlatFishCharlie from Texas shows off his first Speckled Trout on fly and on a fly he tied ! His WS T140 is equipped with a StakeOutPole, Anchor Trolley Kit and CrateMate.   Congrats to Charlie on his accomplishment.   Coming soon is a link to Charlie's under construction website featuring his own outstanding flies. 

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Paddln4Red's WS Tarpon

 
Hi!  You had asked for some pics of the pole in use.    Some of the flats where I would have normally thrown the anchor over...I'm now  using the pole. It's so rock solid...much much better than the pvc pipe that I had been using. I've even added a RAM ball near the grip, so it can become a mono-pod for my camera. I felt a little guilty for spending $140 for two stakeout poles, but I'm finding now that it's well worth it. I love it!
 
Thanks, 
Rick,   aka "paddln4reds" on the Paddle-Fishing.com forum

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