I decided to do a little crappie fishing trolling a spider rig setup from my kayak on this last day of the year and reflect on the past as 2019 was finally coming to an end… On that note I want to wish everyone a very safe and happy New Year and may 2020 bring much joy and success to all!.
What can I say… I love making and modifying tools. In this video I share my recent modification to a popular manual tire changer that I purchased from Harbor Freight Tools. Owning three trailers and multiple vehicles I found a need to go back to changing my own tires like I’ve always have done in the past but this time making the job much easier with the help of my DIY tire mounting assist tool. Ultimately this was a fun learning experience and cheap project that is now part of my tool arsenal that can be easily stored away and readily available for me to use with the help of most vehicles that utilizes a normal height 2 inch hitch receiver.
I received this beautiful little engraved lure (replica of a Acme Kastmaster) from my daughter today for Christmas. What would you do – fish with it or keep it as a memento / souvenir? 🤔
Since I’m always on a budget, this is a simple and inexpensive upgrade for the Gorilla tape that I use to help protect the keel of my Native Slayer kayak on common areas known for wear when launching or landing from the shoreline.
This was a last minute, unplanned trip of discovery on local waters seeking what seems to be a mostly undisturbed fish-able areas of this particular secluded canal system.
I finally finished up modding my Harbor Freight manual tire changer with a homemade Mount/Demount head unit attachment that all mounts to my trucks hitch receiver! No more tire changing fees at Walmart! Now all that’s left to do is test out the head unit.
In this video I took it upon myself to see if I could come up with a simple kayak cart utilizing easily sourced components that could be assembled by most people that are handy with basic hand tools. I have seen similar designs on the internet but being that I normally fish salt water I never considered it because they all seem to incorporated some sort of steel axle which equates to future issues dealing with rust. My version is more saltwater friendly requiring virtually no maintenance other than your basic wash down after use.
► C-tug Wheels → https://amzn.to/2YvIjwj
Could a pre-screen help with the current COPPA situation on youtube?