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Location:Baton Rouge
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Number of Posts:711
Registered on:8/27/2006
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re: I'm a kayak newb. What do I need to know? - nahtanojc
Head down to Leeville in the morning. There will be close to 100 kayak anglers down there fishing a tournament, with a weigh in being held at Topwater marina from 2-3pm. Great opportunity to see how people rig their kayaks and pick the brains of people who have been doing this for years! :cheer...
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re: Launch Leeville founder resigns from Cultural Preservation Commission - nahtanojc
Sounds like progress! Hopefully it lures more restaurants to the area. . . I'm getting tired of only having a choice between McD's and Huddle House on the trip back from fishing! :lol:...
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re: What kind of yak do you fish from? - nahtanojc
[quote]How you like the Pursuit? Pros-Cons?[/quote] Pro's: Wide open cockpit, very roomy The cooler area in front is a nice touch- I use it for my bait bucket and tackle box. Super stable tracks straight seat is comfortable countless ways to rig it Cons: No mirage drive It's slower tha...
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re: What kind of yak do you fish from? - nahtanojc
I like trying out and fishing from different kayaks, so what's on the trailer today may not be tommorrow! :lol: Current: Hobie Outback and Nucanoe Pursuit ...
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re: Second CCA tagged red caught - nahtanojc
Yep, I had a 7.11lb red that took 1st. Only hooked 3 trout all day... 1 lost at the boat, 1 was short and the 3rd was 12.25" Only managed a 10" flounder and threw him back... Only to find out at weigh in that it would have counted. With the 1lb bonus they were giving for slams, I would have tak...
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re: Second CCA tagged red caught - nahtanojc
Tough fishing today too! It was funny, he was in line this morning at Terry's and we were talking about the 1st tagged red! And not an hour later he caught one for himself! Awesome ...
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re: Anybody ever do paddle boarding or canoeing on University Lake near LSU? - nahtanojc
I've seen a couple small gators in there; biggest was about 4ft. Of course, that was a couple years ago, so it may be much bigger now! Just don't fall out... The whole lake is shallow and fishing can be tough, but I've caught some bass on the fly rod using floating flies (parachute adams, spid...
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re: Salt Armour has a sale on Face Shields - nahtanojc
I've been wearing these for a few years now. If you've never worn one, it's easy to look at them and think they're ridiculous and yes, they do look like they are hot(temp) to wear. However, if you ever try one, you'd be amazed at how well they breathe. I have a couple of the original Buffs; they...
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re: Kayak Fishing - nahtanojc
You seem(ed) pretty sure on getting the pedal drive, but in the event you do start to consider gas powered or electric options, the doors really start to open wide. Going toe to toe against the KC (and winning, IMO) is the newly released Nucanoe Pursuit. It has a square transom to mount a trolli...
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re: Kayak Fishing - nahtanojc
In regards to the Jackson seat on an Outback; yes it works but like AYC said, it is not the most stable configuration. In order to fit the seat, the back supports sit in the tankwell, placing you slightly further back and higher. Those whom I know who have done this have never had an issue flippin...
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re: Kayak Fishing - nahtanojc
[quote] can we even call a $3k Hobie Pro Angler a kayak? [/quote] Interesting fact: Hobie does not refer to the PA as a kayak anywhere in it's literature and until recently, they were listed under "Boat" category rather than with the other kayaks. The beauty of kayak fishing is that it can be ...
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re: Buc-ee's or Stuckey's? - nahtanojc
Passed by at least seven Bucees on the way to and back from San Antonio this past week. . . have made the trip many, many times over the last few years and have yet to stop at one. They're always packed though, so they must be doing something right. Guess I'll have to keep them in mind next ...
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re: Kayak Fishing - nahtanojc
I've owned both. Both are good kayaks, and it really comes down to what you prefer. My initial opinion was that the Propel drive felt more natural than the Mirage (Bicycle vs. stairmaster essentially), but after putting many miles on both, I definitely prefer the Mirage over the Propel. Prope...
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re: First time St. Tammany Pier - nahtanojc
I've taken my son and nephew there a few times since it opened a few years ago and have caught fish each time. Bring some fresh shrimp or live shrimp and you can catch sheepshead and flounder around the pilings. Bring a pier net so you can bring them up. You can put out a few crab nets to run...
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re: Independence Day Weekend Fishing Plans - nahtanojc
it does. I know the original plan was for there to be a live bait shop there, but not sure if that ever came to fruition. May want to detour to Hwy11 (Rigolet's bait shop) and stop and get some live bait to increase the chances that something will bend the rod!...
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re: Independence Day Weekend Fishing Plans - nahtanojc
[quote](unless anyone has a better suggestion for bank fishing within an hour drive of BR) [/quote] If you prefer salt, take them to the St. Tammany pier. Pretty decent setup they have and you can catch flounder and sheepshead around the pilings. Reds and trout can be caught too depending on...
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re: What is the most beautiful salt water fish? - nahtanojc
Way too many saltwater fish that could take this title, especially if you are looking at reef fish. Just about any angel, wrasse, tang or gobie fit in this category! Hence the appeal of saltwater aquariums! For gamefish though, offshore nomination goes to Mahi, Yellowfin and Wahoo. Insho...
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re: Who lost their truck last night - nahtanojc
Damn, was hoping to get out there in the morning and pull it out with the new yak! (Sorry guys, left the Hobie home for this trip) ...
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re: People that don't wave when you let them turn into your lane... - nahtanojc
when there is road construction or an accident and you know well in advance, either by signs saying to merge or police lights flashing, and people refuse to merge until the last possible moment when there is no longer any road to move forward on... So that while you are in the correct lane that is ...
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re: Best place to check out Kayaks? - nahtanojc
[quote] I didnt see one on the floor and no one seemed eager to help when I went by.[/quote] You definitely get that feeling at the Massey's in B.R.; it's like the whole upstairs area was an afterthought and none of the staff seem to like climbing stairs! I hear the store down in New Orleans...
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