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 Kayak Kevin's New Adventure

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PostSubject: Kayak Kevin's New Adventure   Wed Jul 14, 2010 3:29 pm

Kayak Kevin is currently touring the entire 600 miles of the Chesapeake Bay. Al (YAKMAN), Bob (Mullet Miller) and myself met up with Kevin at his halfway point on Sat. July 10th. Below is a snip from our next issue of KFM. Once the article is up, I will link it here. To follow Kevin's progress go to [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and click on his spot page.


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We had the opportunity to preview of some of Kevins' new footage that he has shot over the last few weeks. Without giving too much away, he has a unique perspective of the environment around him and the scenery that it has to offer. From heart pounding waves and fish battles, to amazing wildlife video that would rival even the best that National Geographic has to offer. Kevin has obviously taken his time on this project and seems to have found a way to bring the viewer into his kayak and on his adventure.

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I was amazed at how Kevin managed to stow all of his gear. He is definitely a true Tetris master from way back. Once we all geared up, we headed out to fish the area around Elk Neck State Park. The water looked like chocolate milk from the previous days rain. We new that catching fish was a bit unlikely, but we followed threw with a full swing regardless. Al and the kids took a breather and landed their Advanced Elements Inflatable cliff side under the Elk Neck Lighthouse and had lunch. Kevin and I proved our insanity as we continued to cast over and over expecting a different result from each previous cast. Once Al and the wee ones rejoined Kevin and I, we all rounded the point to find 2 adult and 3 juvenile Bald Eagles. A sight that I see too little of in my native Cape May, NJ.

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After a few hours of fishing, picture taking and water fights, it was time to see Kevin off. With hundreds of miles behind him and hundreds more to go, Kevin simply shook my hand, smiled, and said.... "catch up to you later". I wish him continued success on this, his 6th long range tour and I look forward to fishing together in September.
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PostSubject: Re: Kayak Kevin's New Adventure   Wed Jul 14, 2010 6:31 pm

Excellent Report......looks like ya'll had a great time!!!
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