DIY Float Patagonia: Kodiak Water Master For Sale

Water Master Float BoatKodiak Expedition Packagewith UpgradesRetails for $2,069.00 USD (without shipping fee’s)Asking Price$1,500 USD — OBROCash or PaypalPick-up: Junin de los Andes, ArgentinaContact: firstcastflyfishing@yahoo.comHola Amigos,Have you …

Water Master Float Boat
Kodiak Expedition Package
with Upgrades

Retails for $2,069.00 USD (without shipping fee's)
Asking Price
$1,500 USD -- OBRO
Cash or Paypal
Pick-up: Junin de los Andes, Argentina
Contact: firstcastflyfishing@yahoo.com



Hola Amigos,

Have you ever dreamed of DIY fishing/floating Patagonia?  If so, I have a slightly used one man fishing machine that will put you in spots that no DIY walk-wade angler could ever dream of. 

Features:

  • Used only 6x's.  I don't buy junk, and I don't lie about what I sell (my name and reputation are my business).
  • Will easily handle up to class four waters.  From my personal experience, this will handle all waters in/around Junin de los Andes, and other parts of Patagonia. Access ponds and lakes that are rarely fished!
  • Holds up to 750 lb.  Add your camping equipment and do your own overnight camping trips.
  • Save lots of $ vs. hiring a guided float trip.
  • Total packed weight is just under 50 lb.  Easy to ship home via airline; or, store it in Patagonia for your return trip.
  • Extremely durable, comfortable, and safe.  I have had 72 year old anglers easily use this float boat! 
  • While on the river, you can stand in the river and fish; you literally walk downstream, while fishing. The boat acts as your life vest.  If you get into trouble, sit down immediately and take control with the oars. It's that simple. 
  • Quietly approach feeding fish.  Hold position with foot fins.
  • Inflate and total setup time = 10 minutes max. Easily deflates and can fit into a car, truck, taxi.
  • Comes with all accessories.  More info/specs at http://www.bigskyinflatables.com/product/water-master-kodiak-raft/

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      Fishing Hat's For Sale: New FCFF Logo

      How important is a fishing hat?  That depends on who you are asking.  Take me for example; I am a bald headed fishing guide who spends 4 months a year in sunny Patagonia, Argentina.  My answer: it’s muy-muy importante!  As for a good luck piece, some anglers swear by their hats.  The bottom line, if you’re an angler, a good hat is critical.

      For the past two years, I have been thinking about producing a First Cast Fly Fishing hat.  The first step of this process was to create a logo that captured my energy and the spirit of our mission at FCFF.  I had the help of Boston based, graphic designer, Andre Testa. Andrea has been the Creative Art Director for some of the top agencies in California, New York City and Boston.  When I first saw the logo that she created, I knew it was the right one for FCFF.  Thank you, Andrea; she can be reached at https://www.behance.net/andreatesta  The next step was finding the best fishing hat. This turned out to be a lot easier than I thought.  How? While I was in Patagonia, a local New Hampshire fishing buddy had a few hats made for his fly tying club (Fly Guy’s of Newfields, NH).  A while back, my buddy gave me one of these hats and I have been wearing it for several months now.  I was so impressed with the hat, I went ahead an ordered dozens for FCFF.  The features are listed below, but for my needs, this is the best fishing hat I have ever worn (I prefer long visor’s and breathable cotton material). The last step, was finding a local embroider.  The combination of great service and value, made working with NH Monograming, located in Greenland, NH, very easy ( http://www.nhmonogramming.com ). I am explaining this to you because I try my best to work with U.S.A. manufacturer’s and local NH businesses.  In the end, I think you’ll be pleased with the hat and stay tuned for our t-shirts, hoody’s, water- bottles, stickers and more.  Enjoy and thanks for your support.

      Gone Fishing,

      Mark

      FCFF Fishing Hat, with Extra Long Visor for Sun Protection

      • $20.00 USD
      • 70% Cotton/30% Nylon  
      • UV protective (UPF 45+) and DuPont® Teflon® water/stain-repellant coating
      • Six panel and low profile
      • Extra long visor for added sun protection 
      • Green underneath visor to reduce glare
      • Self-fabric strap with Velcro® closure and comfortable elastic loop
      • Exclusive Cool-Crown™ mesh lining
      • CoolPlus® terry cloth sweatband 
      • Size: one size fits most

       

      PS. If you encounter payment issues with Paypal, you are welcome to call or email (603-315-8800 or firstcastlfyfishing@yahoo.com).  We also take payment on our Facebook Fan Page Store.

      How important is a fishing hat?  That depends on who you are asking.  Take me for example; I am a bald headed fishing guide who spends 4 months a year in sunny Patagonia, Argentina.  My answer: it's muy-muy importante!  As for a good luck piece, some anglers swear by their hats.  The bottom line, if you're an angler, a good hat is critical.

      For the past two years, I have been thinking about producing a First Cast Fly Fishing hat.  The first step of this process was to create a logo that captured my energy and the spirit of our mission at FCFF.  I had the help of Boston based, graphic designer, Andre Testa. Andrea has been the Creative Art Director for some of the top agencies in California, New York City and Boston.  When I first saw the logo that she created, I knew it was the right one for FCFF.  Thank you, Andrea; she can be reached at https://www.behance.net/andreatesta  The next step was finding the best fishing hat. This turned out to be a lot easier than I thought.  How? While I was in Patagonia, a local New Hampshire fishing buddy had a few hats made for his fly tying club (Fly Guy's of Newfields, NH).  A while back, my buddy gave me one of these hats and I have been wearing it for several months now.  I was so impressed with the hat, I went ahead an ordered dozens for FCFF.  The features are listed below, but for my needs, this is the best fishing hat I have ever worn (I prefer long visor's and breathable cotton material). The last step, was finding a local embroider.  The combination of great service and value, made working with NH Monograming, located in Greenland, NH, very easy ( http://www.nhmonogramming.com ). I am explaining this to you because I try my best to work with U.S.A. manufacturer's and local NH businesses.  In the end, I think you'll be pleased with the hat and stay tuned for our t-shirts, hoody's, water- bottles, stickers and more.  Enjoy and thanks for your support.

      Gone Fishing,

      Mark

      FCFF Fishing Hat, with Extra Long Visor for Sun Protection

      • $20.00 USD
      • 70% Cotton/30% Nylon  
      • UV protective (UPF 45+) and DuPont® Teflon® water/stain-repellant coating
      • Six panel and low profile
      • Extra long visor for added sun protection 
      • Green underneath visor to reduce glare
      • Self-fabric strap with Velcro® closure and comfortable elastic loop
      • Exclusive Cool-Crown™ mesh lining
      • CoolPlus® terry cloth sweatband 
      • Size: one size fits most

       

      PS. If you encounter payment issues with Paypal, you are welcome to call or email (603-315-8800 or firstcastlfyfishing@yahoo.com).  We also take payment on our Facebook Fan Page Store.