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I notice there are no pictures on this board. Is that because of the type craft you guys are running? Cameras will get wet?

It would be nice to see some of the boats and some of the catch too.
 

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Here's a few. I got more that aren't digital that maybe I'll get on disk someday. I'd take more, but there is just something about taking a $400 digital camera out on a kayak that is unsettling. Last time I did it the freaking blue fish kept flicking fish slime all over it. Try explaining that to the wife.
 

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Cameras getting wet in the kayak can be a problem. So a waterproof camera is a good idea on a kayak. I bought a cheap $80 digital camera for the kayak. It was not waterproof and ruined only after a couple trips. I recently bought a waterproof Sony Cybershot DSC-U60 camera for $150 but just haven't caught many fish lately (that's a different problem :>). Lately my nieces and nephews have been catching more fish from the kayak then me.

Here is a pic of a LM bass my nephew caught last weekend from the yak.


If you want to see some rigged pics check out the pics of my Prowler15 For Sale.

http://www.tidalfish.com/boards2/viewthread.asp?forum=AMB_AP704966386&id=5676

I will try to take and post some pics of my rigged Tarpon 140 and Hobie Sport when I get some free time. Also check out http://www.kayakfishingstuff.com/ for some more pics.

Rod
 
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