Great Lakes Angler Blog

Stupid Adrift and Thanking God for a Coleman Cooler

Thursday, January 29, 2015

Note: This is an updated version from the original, which was first published on this blog on July 5, 2012. The first version had a couple of factual errors, which have been corrected. I have reposted it because we do a brief safety session in our Great Lakes Angler Magazine Super Salmon Schools, and there have been some requests to be able to read the whole account. – Dave Mull  Read Full Story

Fin-Wing Flickers and Flashes to Ice Fish

Thursday, January 29, 2015

   Read Full Story New Site for Paddlers

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

OLD TOWN, ME – To give canoeists and kayakers an online place to call home, Johnson Outdoors has launched a new website dedicated to paddlesports. According to Luke LaBree, Marketing Manager for Johnson Outdoors Paddlesports, “ is like a ‘watering hole’ of sorts that pulls together content from contributors who represent all our paddling brands, which are Old Town, Necky, Ocean Kayak, Carlisle Paddles and Extrasport. As more and more blog entries, videos and photos pour into the site, it will become a favorite online destination for paddlers.”  Read Full Story

Davis Instruments Fists Keep Gear Secure

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Securing equipment is super simple with Quick Fist and Super Quick Fist from Davis Instruments. These rubber clamps are ideal for stowing or transporting tools, keeping gear firmly in place better than hooks or plastic clamps. Quick Fist cinches tightly and will stretch rather than break. Terrific for marine use, neither model will rust or corrode.  Read Full Story

MULL BLOG Humminbird ChartSelect looks pretty dang cool

Monday, January 26, 2015

Good Monday morning faithful BLOG readers. As some of you know, all of the Great Lakes Angler project boats and all three of my Hobie kayaks have been equipped with Humminbird electronics for about the past eight years, and I am a big fan—not just because they gave the units to me for free or for a terrific discount; not just because they are great, honest folks to deal with and have unparalleled customer service and not just because they have supported Great Lakes Angler Magazine over the years.  Read Full Story

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