Finally caught a few in the tidal flood, by Kevin Eastman

Sunday night the high tide was after dark but we had a nice east wind that brought the water in early so I launched for a sunset cruise to the flats. I found a couple of nice reds that came home with me for dinner. I got the last one just as the lights went out and had a nice paddle home in the moon light.

I got out again this morning for few more hours and the fish were on the flats. The water was calm as glass and no wind to speak of so conditions were perfect. It’s not too often it’s that nice for the floods this time of year. I missed number of them but did manage to get a couple of more before the water receded.

I finally got around to make a better standing platform for my seat. It’s a bit longer so I can move a bit better than with my shorter one.



A pair of reds on the new DIY standing platform




DIY fly rod rack designed for stand up fishing


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Big Birthday Red and Slam, by Gary Rankel

I got my second biggest redfish in 10 years today, my birthday, as part of a slam with a few seatrout, a nice snook, and a few smaller reds and other species. It took an hour to get the big dude in.

I have a policy of always buying something for myself on my birthday so I can count on getting at least one thing I like. No need to do that today.

Fall is here – whoopie!!


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Snook is number 2 on the slam


Seatrout is number 3


This jack joined the birthday party


Bonus redfish




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37 inch striper caught on a fly in my Wavewalk kayak, by Bill Davenport

New way to catch bigger fish…

I rigged up my own concoction that’s supposed to function like a go-pro camera. Still working the bugs out. Of course when I got the biggest fish yet out of the W I left the camera at home. Still looks rather nice cradled in my W kayak though.



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37″ striper caught on a fly


big striper


big striped bass in kayak


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Extended paddling and fishing season, by John Fabina

Wavewalk kayaks extend our paddling and fishing season into the cold water months. We can witness the fall color knowing that we will be safe, warm , and dry.


Brew City Kayaks

paddling standing october 2014

paddling on the river with autumn colors

view of the river bank

scenic view of the river with autumn colors

two herons looking for fish

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Views from my kayak, by Harry Selsor

Eagle soars past the Wavewalk
Eagle soars past the Wavewalk

Took an early evening paddle on the Broward after supper…had a few photo opportunities…


Reflections On Broward





Eagle launches from a pine tree

Eagle launches from a pine tree


Great Egret soars overhead
Great Egret soars overhead


Roseate Spoonbill overflight
Roseate Spoonbill overflight


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