Southern summer fishing! Cicadas blast a raucous, chitinous symphony across the river and heat and humidity wrap around you like a wet wool blanket. An Orion Cooler is an essential piece of summertime gear! One of my favorite parings is my Jackson Kayak SUPerFISHal with my 25 or 35q Orion Cooler. The SUPerFISHal is Jackson Kayak’s paddleboard - an open, super-stable and ultra-customizable platform for fishing. With an Orion...(Read more...)
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The ultimate in personal, customizable portability, the Orion 25 is the cooler under your feet as you sight cast from the SUP; it’s lashed to the quad when scouting the back country, and doubles as the wife’s chair at the kids’ soccer tournaments. Rides effortlessly in canoes and kayaks, it’s the grab-an-go cooler when the impulse to get out there strikes. The 25 is versatile, is what we’re saying, and just as feature-rich as its bigger siblings. Includes YakAttack gear tracks that accept a range of RAM accessories — rod holders to GoPro® mounts — so you can adapt your cooler to the adventure.
Capacity: 25 quarts
Tie downs: 6
Bottle openers: 4
Standing pad: Integrated
Interior tray: Solid thermoformed ABS plastic.
Closures: Lifetime galvanized cam latches
Exterior Dimensions, base: 17.75″ x 13.75″
Exterior Dimensions, top: 20.5″ x 16.75″
Exterior Height: 16.75″
Weight: 21.5 lbs.
The Orion 25 Chronicles
Hey y'all! Recently, through work, I had the opportunity to travel to a destination only a few will get the privilege to visit. I went to Iqaluit, Nunavut in Canada. Let me tell you something: it is not a very hip town or area, but within all that austerity, Iqaluit has a unique beauty! This is my third time going to those latitudes, but the first one during summer....(Read more...)
It’s no secret that creature baits are extremely successful in catching big fish. In fact my top 3 biggest bass have all come on a creature bait (two 10 pounders and a 9). Living in Florida, I get asked often about creature baits from both visitors and locals all in search of landing a Florida lunker. In this article I will be sharing some of my top tricks and...(Read more...)