Posts Tagged ‘Andy Cho’

The Aquahunters

With regard to kayak angling, few geographic areas can offer deep historical reflections paired with contemporary significance.  With a past woven to the sea, the Hawaiian islands are a land where people have fished from small vessels for countless generations.  It is also a place where the modern inception of the sport is rife with [...]



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Isaac Brumaghim

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As the founder of the popular fishing website, Aquahunters, Isaac Brumaghim opened a window through which the world became aware of the kayak angling scene in Hawaii.  The Oahu-based angler, writer, tournament organizer, and all-around public face of the sport is known for both his on water talents and dedication to the responsible stewardship of [...]



Chris Paglinawan

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Chris Paglinawan is a name often associated with the upper echelon of kayak angling talent.  A record setting skin diver, Chris has used his knowledge of the underwater realm to become one of the world’s master anglers, setting kayak-based records and gathering tournament trophies along the way.  Combining a quiet stoke with humility and passion, [...]



Mark Veary

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Mark Veary is an Oahu-born angler now living in Oregon.  A man of many titles, including engineer, author, surfer, inspiring father, and accomplished fisherman, Mark manages to exude a quiet, almost mystical stoke for the sport.  Though firmly self-rooted on the later side of the kayak/angler dichotomy, Mark has the willingness and ability necessary to paddle a small boat amongst some of the [...]