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Earl wrote:Way cool trip and video. It is on my list. Really enjoyed your video and that big tarpon from the chest view shot jumping and popping that line. I missed your put in name and what was the total miles paddled and did you carry all your fresh water or did you filter from the glades?
I am sure it was tough going with that single blade. Yep, it sucks to have to do a 10 mile jog after a long day but it is worth the price.
Thanks for the great report and inspiring me to make that trip as soon as I can make it happen.
68rouge wrote:I've seen a ton of kayak videos.. And this one ranks among one of my favorites. Loved the whole vibe. Did you ever see what was getting off of your lines in that cove?
SAHunter1983 wrote:Awesome adventure Clint! That Tarpon broke my heart!
Texjbq85 wrote:Very nice. Video done very well, you never had one shot that lasted to long or to many similar shots back to back so it was enjoyable to watch throughout. The maps and narration between days also give you a sense of where you are/went/going to a degree.
What was your avg daily mileage?
What was the avg temp?
I'm not that knowledgeable about the Everglades, I assumes it brackish to all saltwater? What is the freshwater situation? Are there places to pump or did you have 5 days worth in the hull?
Do you have a solar charger for the camera batteries or did you just bring that many?
Really jealous, looks like an amazing trip.
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