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EP:50 Facebook Live Q&A

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The Bluegills to Bull Sharks Podcast EP:50 Facebook Live Q&A







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In this episode of the Bluegills to Bull Sharks Podcast I said thank you.  This show marks one year of the podcast and I'm grateful for each and every one of you that have taken the time to listen.  To commemorate the occasion I recorded the show while hosting a Facebook Live Q&A session.  That way I could answer more questions and interact directly with the audience.  It was a lot of fun and again, I thank all of you for following along.
   Thank you for listening to Episode 49 of the Bluegills to Bull Sharks Podcast.  You can subscribe to the podcast on ITunes and Podcast Garden.  If you do choose to subscribe please take 30 seconds to leave a review.  The reviews are essential for getting the podcast recommended in the search results of our fellow anglers.  Before you leave please take a second to sign up for my free monthly newsletter.  It comes out on the 15th of each month and only on …

YakAngler.com Interview

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I was recently featured on the YakAngler website.  It's an interview about my thoughts on being an out of town angler competing in the Sailfish Smackdown Tournament.  The interview was conducted by their contributor Spencer Jones.  Keep in mind that I was exhausted because we had just wrapped up day one, so my mind wanders a bit.  I had a blast at this event and can't thank Spencer and the crew over at YakAngler.com enough for creating this video.  I've been a fan of the website for a while now and this is my first time to be featured.  You can check out the interview by following the link here.
Tight Lines.

Running 2 Fish Finders On A Kayak

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For the last two years I've raved about my Garmin 73sv unit.  This fish finder has performed flawlessly and I love the 7 inch screen, SideVu, ClearVu, and all the preloaded maps (17,000+).  In fact the only issues I've ever encountered had nothing to do with the Garmin 73sv.  They can all be attributed to the mounting location.  I keep the Garmin 73sv on a Ram Mount that fits in the Slayer Propels integrated track system.  This way I can slide the unit towards or away from my seat while on the water.

This makes it easy to view the screen and adjust settings depending on conditions.  The problem is that it's really only convenient from the seated position.  Once I stand up, looking at or moving the screen messes with my balance.  We all know when standing up in our kayaks things can get a little tippy.  Even with the stand assist bar turning to look down at the fish finder can be a dangerous proposition.  After thinking about this for a while I decided maybe it's time to…

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