Gear

Occasionally, I blog about about a product of some sort that serves me well in the creek or on the lake or something cool and new that's just been released. Could be a lure, a rod and reel, something to keep me warm or just some cool little gizmo that I believe warrants sharing with other fishermen. This page highlights stuff I've blogged about separately and will include a photo, a short description and a link to the full blog post. I won't attempt to archive every bit of gear I've ever written about, but I will dig back a little and add links to some past blogs. I'll try to be consistent about adding a gear page listing any time I do a fresh product blog.


Cabela's Fish Eagle 50 Travel Spinning Rod - I used a 6 1/2-foot medium-light version of this rod for the entire Rebel Trek and was nothing but happy with it's performance. From casting it and fighting fish, I'd have never guessed that it was a four-piece rod. Seamless action and seriously handy if space is tight or you need a rod to throw in a duffel for flying! Cabela's Fish Eagle 50

Fish Eagle 50 Blog Post


Cabela's Ripcord Duffel - These duffels are roomy, so I can stuff 'em full of junk, but they are soft and flexible so they basically only take up the amount of space as their contents. Plus, they are very light. Most importantly, I've used these for most travel for about five years now and have never torn one. Cabela's Ripcord Duffel

Ripcord Duffel Blog Post

BOOYAH Boo Rig - Teaser blades add flash and suggest a school of baitfish while a flexible wire allows virtually any lure to run properly. Meanwhile a weighted head allows you to deliver lures at new depths. BOOYAH Bait Company

Boo Rig Blog


Rebel Tracdown Ghost Minnow - My favorite small trout minnow, which was out of production for a while, came back in better form, with new colors and barbless hooks, last year. Casts like a bullet, gets down in current and jiggles and darts irresistably. Rebel Tracdown Ghost minnow

Ghost Minnow blog post



Hunter Specialties i-Kam Xtreme video eyewear - Sunglasses or video camera? Well, both, actually. The little hole in the middle houses the video camera lens, and one button makes the camera run. Loaded with a micro SD card, these glasses capture a few hours of very cool footage. Hunter Specialties.

i-Kam Xtreme blog post

Duluth Trading Company Armachillo Collection clothing - Literally cool because of something known as "made in the Jade technology" Armachillo Collection shirts, pants and hats are lightweight, comfortable and functional and ideal for summer fishing excursions. Duluth Trading Company

Armachillo Collection blog post







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