Gear

We supply all the gear you need to catch fish. Here is a list of a few of the companies that I believe in. I put gear through a lot of work and I need gear that is built to last.


St. Croix provides our rods from trout, carp to bass.

Rods

We use St.croix rods. The Mojo Bass provides the back bone for our bass fishing. The short 7’ 11” rod provides a nice short rod to flip for bass and throw 80’ 450 GR sink tip. For the carp, the imperial salt rods kick in for some head turning power and yet delicate enough to sneak a cast in. The imperial provides the trout rod needed for delicate casts and good back bones.

Reels

Ross provides the stopping power needed for explosive carp reaction and even angry bass. We like large arbor salt style to provide ample backing.. wink wink.

Line

Airflo provides our sink tip lines while Scientific Angler provides a tough WFF fly line and handle our 120° summers. SA also provides our leaders.

Boat

Our skiff is a 2021 fully welded .100 aluminum 16’ hull with a increased casting deck, propelled by a 2019 Mercury 4 stroke using the latest VesselView technology for a clean, quiet ride. We use basic fish finder basically for water temp and depth. A 2020 motorguide Xi3 trolling motor with gps technology is a must for bass fishing. The hull was custom designed by a local fabrication shop, Metalline with a aluminum side steering console, bench with aluminum 13 gal tank underneath, a 4’ poling deck and a casting deck. This setup also me to closely monitor weight distribution so we can draft in inches of water. Temple Fork Outfitters provides us with their carbon mangrove push pole so I can pole you around all day without getting too tired from a heavy pole. At barely 5lbs, it’s a incredible product. Optimum provide the cranking amps for the outboard while interstate deep cycles keep us running electronic all day.


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