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About Randy B

Working in Winter Sports, Randy has made it his "job" to be on the water as much as possible in the spring and summer months. Born and raised outside of Syracuse NY, Higher Education brought him to WNY and he hasn't left since. Coming from a family rooted in the sportsman tradition, he has dedicated the last few years to Kayak Fishing and the evolution of the sport in WNY.

To Cast or Not to Cast

To Cast or Not to Cast

The sun is high in the sky, water temperatures have risen enough so a quick splash no longer sends a chill through your body. April showers..

May 5, 2013 with 0 Comments
Money and Time Saving tackle tips

Money and Time Saving tackle tips

With the April 1st trout opener in the books it’s officially “fishing season”. Whatever species or style of fishing you prefer we..

April 3, 2013 with 0 Comments
Big Water Spring Smallmouth Success in WNY

Big Water Spring Smallmouth Success in WNY

The days are getting longer, the sun shining brighter. The temperature is on the rise, or at least should be. The snow and ice is melting..

April 3, 2013 with 2 Comments
Use Less Gas, Catch More Bass

Use Less Gas, Catch More Bass

New rod ready, reels lubed and freshly re-spooled, crank baits tuned and organized by color size and running depth, weather checked, charts..

February 26, 2013 with 0 Comments
The Urban Fisherman

The Urban Fisherman

The urban fisherman; there are 2 types of urban fisherman. First the avid fisherman forced to live in an urban environment do to their..

February 2, 2013 with 0 Comments

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