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Amberjack Fishing off the Crystal Coast!

Jim joins us with a quick update from the latest shoot in North Carolina’s Crystal Coast!

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Heading to Africa

At this time next week I will have finished about 24 hours of travel and will be with my good friend and fishing buddy Jeff Herman. We will be at our most remote location yet, Uganda in Africa. We will be hitting some rivers as well as Lake Victoria chasing, a new species for both of us, Nile Perch.
Here is a photo of a Nile Perch caught at one of the locations we will be visiting, just last week.

I hope we can get one this big

I hope we can get one this big

Don’t forget you can follow us on all of our adventures in real time with our on the spot updates on Twitter @KayakFishingTV and our Facebook page.
Delorme has set us up with a Delorme GPS and InReach 2 way communicator so you can not only follow our travels but also know exactly when we are getting on the fish.

This is a remote trip, thankfully we are all set to keep our cameras and other electronics powered up with gear from Goal Zero. It is nice to know all we need is a sunny day to keep our equipment running.

Our host Jamie Simpson is a Pro Staff level whitewater paddler, one of the few people that has chased Nile Perch from a kayak, and best of all, he is heck of a good guy! He has a great outfit called Kayak the Nile check them out on the web at Kayak the Nile.com

This is going to be a great adventure and I can’t wait to share it with you all.

Did you follow us on our trip?

Did you check out our awesome new Delorme live map during our last trip? Click the ‘+’ symbol to see where Jim and the crew fished last week, as well as what we had to say while we were on the water! Follow us here

You can also get updated messages from us on our trips on Twitter.

We are just getting started with this so please let us know what you think.

Our next trip is to Kona Hawaii beginning June 18th, we will once again be broadcasting our locations and how we are doing  so follow us and let us know what you think.

Actually find us on the water and we may toss you a spool of Seaguar flourocarbon.