The latest iteration of the Frontier Duck Blind is complete. Take a look at the pictures and videos and let us know what you think. The doors on the prototype don't quite match the rest of the blind, but of course, that won't be the case on the production version.
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Stern Slot to access handle and enable trolling motor use
I have really enjoyed my NuCanoe. I am 23 and I have always been fishing on a low budget while finishing my undergrad studies at Florida State University. I am now located in Tampa, Florida and most of the time I can come back with my limits on red fish and trout. I even catch big sharks on a regular basis. I have taught many of my friends how to fish and catch some keepers from your product.
The NuCanoe has great stability and I have only flipped it once in two years coming in to the beach and the wave came inside the canoe. I have some pictures of some trophy catches and some good pictures out on the water if you guys would want them I can send them to you.
Thank you, From Florida
My wife and I took our NuCanoe Frontier on its maiden saltwater trip to Cedar Key, FL.
We have a 45 lb. trolling motor but opted to paddle on this outing.
I caught this 25 lb. black drum on an 8-wt. Sage fly rod. It took a collaborative effort to land the fish but we did it after a 25 minute battle.
The Frontier is an awesome craft and is perfect for stealth fishin’ for tailing red and black drum. Congrats on an excellent product! Can’t wait to start accessorizing it – the blog is very helpful in this regard.
Thanks to Frontier Owner Joe Maione for this great post on Yak Angler.com:
I was already planning a Sunday trip with Taylor when I got a text from
Mark... Mark and Sam wanted to take the girls fishing so we planned to
meet before daybreak. Ton of fun on the water even though the fishing
was slower then normal. 3 kids, 3 adults, 3 Frontiers on the water
ready for action:
The fishing was rather slow.. no topwater bite whatsoever and the only
ones hooking up early were Sam's girls using worms under bobbers. I
ended up with a nice tangle when I got hung up and yanked free only to
tangle around the other rods in the back of the kayak. About that time
Taylor hooked up with her first fish of the day on a senko... as I heard
her familiar line "fish on" while I was working on the tangled rods.
Taylor's first fish:
I finally got on the board with this little guy:
Taylor switched over to some redworms and started to catch a variety of
bass and sun fish.. here are a few more shots of her fish:
It was pretty cool that I was able to double with my daughter a couple of times:
Taylor is really getting comfortable standing standing and fishing:
I caught 13 bass and Taylor was able to bring 12 in the boat (8 bass and
4 gills).. I did get one really nice one at about 10:00am weighed in at
5.31 lbs... here are a few shots: