This short film from JK Media House was put together from a trip they took down here late last year. They had a great week of fishing and filming with John from Pack & Paddle and Eddie and Lisa from PAC Kayak Rentals. I think I remember Jameson telling me this Spring that their Louisiana trip was the most fish they’ve ever gotten on film – which was music to my ears. We are truly blessed down here in kayak angler’s paradise – come see for yourself.
The F3T is back at Orvis Baton Rouge again this year. It will be shown this Friday, March 10th, doors open at 6:30 pm and the show time is at 7:00 pm. There may be a few tickets left so stop by Orvis to pick one up for $15 – be sure to bring cash. Proceeds from the show will again go to benefit the Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana, who will be providing the beer – be sure to thank them.
You can view the trailers for each film here – Watch Trailers
Look forward to seeing everyone at Orvis on Friday!
Tomorrow is the annual Beer & Gear event over at Pack & Paddle. This is always a great event to see the latest in outdoor recreation gear. The craft beer from across the US is a plus too. It brings two of my favorite things together so I’m hoping I can slip away and head across the Atchafalaya Spillway. It’s from 5-8pm so if you’re anywhere near Lafayette tomorrow evening, be sure to head over because you don’t want to miss it. I hear the big raffle this year is Steve Lessard’s kayak from the 2016 Hobie Fishing Worlds event!
With Beer & Gear tomorrow, that also means it is the start of demo season. On Saturday Pack & Paddle will be doing a kayak demo from 10am – 2pm over at Vermilionville. Acadiana residents – head over there if you’re interested in trying out the latest kayaks. Also on Saturday, if you’re around New Orleans, Massey’s will be holding their first demo day of the year at Bayou St. John, which will be from 10am – 3pm. The location is across from Cabrini High School, 1405 Moss St.
It’s that time of year, there’s no excuse if you’re in the market for a new kayak or have been wanting to try out the new models not to head out to a demo. They are free and are the best way to try out as many different makes and models as possible to see what will fit you best. Whenever someone asks for some good advice in picking a new kayak, the best thing anyone can tell them is “demo, demo, demo”. I’ve found it really important to try as many different boats as you can before making a purchase because sometimes which one is your favorite will surprise you.