End of the Year Catch!

It's awesome to see HUBs out and about for special end-of-the-year trips for our customers! Took my last trip of the year to Ensenada for a little shallow water reds. Weather was great and the fish were hungry. What a great way to end the year. Red crab big game are the best. Happy holidays to all at Hookupbaits! - Rich

2021-12-27T11:39:15-08:00December 10th, 2021|Newsletter, Testimonials|0 Comments

How to Store Your Kayak Properly!

Thanks, Derek, for sending this over! Originally written by Floating Authority on October 5, 2020. 15 Tips On How To Store A Kayak Properly For Years Of Use Here is an awesome article that shows you how to take care of your Kayak so that it lasts for years! Here are a few of our favorite tips: Indoor Or Outdoor Storage? So the first question you have to ask is Indoor or Outdoor Storage? In an ideal world, you should always choose Indoor Storage if you can because it will keep up the longevity of your kayak and protect it from the elements. We realize that not everyone has that option though. In this guide, we will show you the best solutions for most types of kayaks. Use Indoor Storage If: You have room in the garage for storing your kayak You own an Inflatable Kayak You want Your Kayak to be sheltered from the elements You don’t mind storing your kayak in a renting storage space You are a Do it Yourselfer You don’t mind getting a rack to store your kayak You don’t want to find anything living in your kayak You want to keep your kayak for a long time Use Outdoor Storage if: You have no Garage If you have a Sheltered Space away from the elements Your kayak is undercover somewhere You Live in a Cooler Winter Climate How Do You Store A Kayak In The Winter? The obvious answer here would be to store it [...]

2021-12-27T11:30:10-08:00December 6th, 2021|News & Announcements, Newsletter|0 Comments

Santa Cruz Skiff

Thanks for the review, Ferdinand. Glad the HUBs killed it for y'all. I just wanted to share our catch and adventure today. Albert and I brought our friend Ed and went to Santa Cruz and rented a skiff. No electronics at all and depended on Google Maps to find some structure. This was the first time for all 3 of us taking this trip. We introduced to Ed the HUB and he caught the biggest vermillion at 6.25 pounds! Purple, pink and mint were the hot colors today. Shop Jigs Now

2021-12-27T11:45:50-08:00December 5th, 2021|Newsletter, Testimonials|0 Comments
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