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  • Ultimate FX 15 Review
    boykinsbuddy
    Native’s Ultimate FX 15
    Not a whole lot has been said about the new FX series of Ultimate’s that Native Watercraft brought out this year. The old Ultimate is a cult classic among fishermen, and many guides still have a fleet of them. There are lots of paddlers that still like to sit down in a boat instead of on top of one. The Ultimate offers this along with being totally open, much like a canoe, and that’s why the design is often described as being a hybrid. The old Ultimate still works incredibly well. Native has continually updated the hull through the years making it more comfortable and more accessory friendly by adding Grove Tracks. But there were a few things ...
    07-18-2014, 10:45 PM
  • Slayer Propel 10 !!!!!!
    boykinsbuddy
    Some like it short and stubby...just think about how nicely this will fit into those short truck beds. The seat adjusts forward and back enough to allow for kids to be comfortable using it! Woody said the boat floats him great so it will work for big guys too.

    Here is a sneak peak at the newest boat that we will be showing at ICast this coming week... the Slayer Propel 10. This design came straight from our Automatic for the People questionnaire last fall. While it looks small 10' it has the same capacity as the Slay...
    07-11-2014, 01:02 PM
  • Birds, Wild Horses and Kayaking in Beaufort, NC
    obxguide
    Back in March, a producer with the BBC contacted me through my web site, NCWildHorses.com, requesting information on North Carolina's wild horses for filming parts of an upcoming 3-part BBC series on the Atlantic Ocean and its affect on history. We corresponded several times, and finally his filming schedule put him in Beaufort in late May. It just so happened I already had plans for a photography and kayaking trip to Beaufort at the same time, so I promised I would come. It turned out the weather was forecast to be really nice for that week, so I readied my gear and my Tegris for some fun. I arrived around 5 p.m. on the first day, and only had time to kayak from the Beaufort waterfront, across Taylor Creek to Carrot Island for ...
    06-09-2014, 08:00 AM
  • Demo Days
    boykinsbuddy
    Demo Days: Try Before You Buy
    By late Saturday evening I could see many of Native’s Pro Staff members posting up photos on Facebook of kayak demo days they helped out with all over the country. It was impressive to say the least at how many different boats are hauled to these kayak demos for new paddlers or more experienced paddlers to try out. My day started bright and early…actually about normal if I were going fishing…but today was one of Get:Outdoors’ kayak demo days. I had to drive nearly 2 hours to the lake and unfortunately the parks department decided to change their web links that ...
    06-01-2014, 12:29 AM
  • Propel Drive after 2 years and over 100 trips
    Mudfish
    I’ve shucked a lot of oysters with this Propel Drive. After two years and over 100 trips in the oyster filled saltwater creeks and mud flats of NE Florida, my 2012 Propel Drive has seen its fair share of oyster bars, mud flats, spartina grass, and sand bars, but it is still performing flawlessly. I’ve rinsed it after every use and occasionally brushed it clean, and I’ve lubed it through the grease port twice so far, but that’s all I’ve done to it. It still spins smoothly and quietly. I bought my Mariner...
    03-25-2014, 07:23 AM
  • The Design and Development of the Slayer Propel - from Shaneslogic (Native Watercraft
    KayakFishingNC
    Shane, from Native Watercraft, shares an insightful look into the development, testing and production of the Slayer Propel.

    http://shanesliquidlogic.blogspot.co...of-native.html...
    02-17-2014, 10:02 AM

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  • Ultimate FX 15 Review

    Ultimate FX 15 Review

    Native’s Ultimate FX 15
    Not a whole lot has been said about the new FX series of Ultimate’s that Native Watercraft brought out this year. The old Ultimate is a cult classic among fishermen, and many guides still have a fleet of them. There are lots of paddlers that still like to sit down in a boat instead of on top of one. The Ultimate offers this along with being totally open, much like a canoe, and that’s why the design is often described as being a hybrid. The old Ultimate still works incredibly well. Native has continually updated the hull through the years making it more comfortable and more accessory friendly by adding Grove Tracks. But there were a few things ...
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  • Slayer Propel 10 !!!!!!

    Slayer Propel 10 !!!!!!

    Some like it short and stubby...just think about how nicely this will fit into those short truck beds. The seat adjusts forward and back enough to allow for kids to be comfortable using it! Woody said the boat floats him great so it will work for big guys too.

    Here is a sneak peak at the newest boat that we will be showing at ICast this coming week... the Slayer Propel 10. This design came straight from our Automatic for the People questionnaire last fall. While it looks small 10' it has the same capacity as the Slay...
    See more | Go to post

  • Birds, Wild Horses and Kayaking in Beaufort, NC

    Birds, Wild Horses and Kayaking in Beaufort, NC

    Back in March, a producer with the BBC contacted me through my web site, NCWildHorses.com, requesting information on North Carolina's wild horses for filming parts of an upcoming 3-part BBC series on the Atlantic Ocean and its affect on history. We corresponded several times, and finally his filming schedule put him in Beaufort in late May. It just so happened I already had plans for a photography and kayaking trip to Beaufort at the same time, so I promised I would come. It turned out the weather was forecast to be really nice for that week, so I readied my gear and my Tegris for some fun. I arrived around 5 p.m. on the first day, and only had time to kayak from the Beaufort waterfront, across Taylor Creek to Carrot Island for ...
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  • Demo Days

    Demo Days

    Demo Days: Try Before You Buy
    By late Saturday evening I could see many of Native’s Pro Staff members posting up photos on Facebook of kayak demo days they helped out with all over the country. It was impressive to say the least at how many different boats are hauled to these kayak demos for new paddlers or more experienced paddlers to try out. My day started bright and early…actually about normal if I were going fishing…but today was one of Get:Outdoors’ kayak demo days. I had to drive nearly 2 hours to the lake and unfortunately the parks department decided to change their web links that ...
    See more | Go to post

  • Propel Drive after 2 years and over 100 trips

    Propel Drive after 2 years and over 100 trips

    I’ve shucked a lot of oysters with this Propel Drive. After two years and over 100 trips in the oyster filled saltwater creeks and mud flats of NE Florida, my 2012 Propel Drive has seen its fair share of oyster bars, mud flats, spartina grass, and sand bars, but it is still performing flawlessly. I’ve rinsed it after every use and occasionally brushed it clean, and I’ve lubed it through the grease port twice so far, but that’s all I’ve done to it. It still spins smoothly and quietly. I bought my Mariner...
    See more | Go to post

  • The Design and Development of the Slayer Propel - from Shaneslogic (Native Watercraft

    Shane, from Native Watercraft, shares an insightful look into the development, testing and production of the Slayer Propel.

    http://shanesliquidlogic.blogspot.co...of-native.html...
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  • Slayer Propel Review from west GA

    Slayer Propel Review from west GA

    I want to start off with, try before you buy! Obviously, not everyone can, like my self, so I wanted to do a review to help people that can not. I have peddled the PA, outback, and revo, and have fished out of them all. I love to kayak fish! I fish rivers, small reservoirs, large lakes (like the Big G in Alabama), saltwater inshore, but my heart is with beyond the breakers! Absolutely, nothing like it! Living in an apartment in west GA, I don't have the luxury of owning a fleet of kayaks. Naturally, I wanted for a boat that could do it all! Before the SP, I owned a Pro Angler. It was nice to fish out of, but it was HUGE! Hard to handle by myself, and not goo...
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  • Wildlife Photography from the Slayer Propel

    Wildlife Photography from the Slayer Propel

    It is not that often that I get really excited in a new product that can make a big difference in the wildlife photography I shoot. I am usually open to about everything if it means more or better shots. Since I am heavily involved in shooting photography, I thought I would look at the new Slayer Propel from a photographer’s point of view as opposed to a fisherman’s viewpoint as most reviews on this particular kayak have gone. We photographers require a stable boat that is very comfortable to sit in for many hours at a time. It needs to be stealthy and have plenty of room for our expansive gear. Did I menti...
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  • Slayer Propel 13 Overview and Review

    Slayer Propel 13 Overview and Review

    We have added an overview and review on our store blog. The article length and photo set were too much to post here.

    Here is the link http://www.shopgetoutdoors.com/blog/...ew-and-review/...
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  • Native Mariner Propel Smart Cart product review

    Native Mariner Propel Smart Cart product review

    Here’s my take on the Native Mariner Propel Smart Cart. After fumbling around for a year and a half with a standard canoe/kayak cart, I finally opted for a Native Mariner Propel Smart Cart. My standard canoe/kayak cart has worked pretty good, but was a pain to get it centered and secured quickly, and since it fit best as an “end cart” it was a pretty heavy load to pull around. Many of the places where I launch are busy concrete boat ramps and it is important to be able to get out of the way quickly. The Native...
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