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Hobie Introduces a New Lowrance TotalScan Ready Transducer Plate

Hobie Introduces a New Lowrance TotalScan Ready Transducer Plate

by Eli Rolffh July 28, 2016

Hobie is introducing a new transducer plate that will accept the Lowrance TotalScan skimmer transducer! The Totalscan would normally be too big to fit in the standard Hobie transducer well, but is now mountable with this option.

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Dressing the Part: Proper Clothing for Kayak Fishing Part 2

Dressing the Part: Proper Clothing for Kayak Fishing Part 2

by Eli Rolffh July 27, 2016 1 Comment

A continuation of our first article on how to properly dress for kayak fishing! Today we will go over PFDs, pants and footwear.

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Dressing the Part: Proper Clothing for Kayak Fishing Part 1

Dressing the Part: Proper Clothing for Kayak Fishing Part 1

by Eli Rolffh July 27, 2016

Wearing the proper clothes when kayak fishing is crucial to ensuring not only your enjoyment on the water, but also your physical well being as well! Here is a carefully crafted guide on how to properly dress for any kayak fishing trip on the water.

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New Camo Color Available for Hobie Kayaks in 2017!

New Camo Color Available for Hobie Kayaks in 2017!

by Preston Ong July 27, 2016

Hobie is introducing a new camouflage color for 2017 Hobie Outbacks and Pro Angler 12/14s. Finally, a color that will match where you fish! The camo color will also feature unique brand graphics on the side of your kayak and specially installed custom padding.

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5 Facts About The Hobie MD-180, a Mirage Drive That Can Reverse!

5 Facts About The Hobie MD-180, a Mirage Drive That Can Reverse!

by Preston Ong July 13, 2016 9 Comments

The engineering team at Hobie has came out with the new MD (Mirage Drive) -180, a pedal drive system that can go in reverse! A Hobie pedal drive that can reverse... Imagine the possibilities!

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Primary vs Secondary Stability in a Kayak

Primary vs Secondary Stability in a Kayak

by Preston Ong July 07, 2016 1 Comment

The terms primary and secondary stability are often tossed around when describing certain kayak designs. The primary use of your boat and the conditions you will be paddling in most of the time will dictate the type of stability you should be looking for in a boat.

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