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Top 5 DIY Hobie Kayak Modifications

May 10, 2018 • DIY, GUIDE • Views: 10189

As I’m sure most people can attest to modifying or accessorizing our possessions to improve their look and or function can be just as enjoyable as using the item itself. Whether its our cars, boats or in this article kayaks, there is a myriad of accessories available to enhance our time on

DIY: Hobie Kayak Livewell Electric pump upgrade

April 20, 2016 • DIY, GUIDE • Views: 45215

  We are well underway for the 2016 Season of the Hobie Daiwa Bream Kayak Series. The opening event at Bemm River in East Gippsland saw a record field of 105 Anglers battle it out over 2 days. As always Hobie ran a seamless event, but with the sheer number of competitor even with split

DIY: Hobie Outback Rectangle storage hatch upgrade

July 28, 2015 • DIY • Views: 8844

One of the best upgrades you can do on your 2015 outback if you are looking for some more storage space is to upgrade to the larger rectangle hatches which are used on the Pro Angler model. The modification is a really easy way to increase usable and easily accessible space in the outback and

DIY Rod Storage Part 2 – Built-in Rod Rack for Boats

December 10, 2013 • DIY • Views: 105156

Many of us carry a full arsenal of rods when we venture out for a day on the water. Having a good storage system in place, not only helps keep the them organized but also helps protect your investments from damage. When it comes to boats there is numerous options available, catering for all sorts

DIY Rod Storage Part 1 – Homemade Quintrex Hornet Fishing Rod Locker

May 23, 2013 • DIY • Views: 48088

Unfortunately for us the Quintrex Hornet trophy we purchased did not have a locking rod locker or somewhere for us to store our fishing rods while traveling and or parked in public. Quintrex do a factory fishing rod locker as an option so i knew they had the room to have one installed, and I

DIY: Lure Box Upgrade

March 23, 2013 • DIY, IDEAS • Views: 8926

There’s a bunch of different lure storage solutions out there, fancy compartments, boxes and containers but the majority of us still use the trusty Plano stowaways. Over the last few years Ive been messing around “pimping” my boxes, to offer better protection to my beloved