It’s the part of the fishing trip no one really talks about: cleanup.
There are a lot of things that have changed inshore fishing for the better. Think about it: what was it like fishing 20 years ago? We didn’t have onboard satellite imagery like the Standard Mapping LA-1 card. But we do now, and it has revolutionized our ability to safely navigate the marsh.
Consider shallow water anchors like Power Pole. It doesn’t take any effort beyond the push of a button to hold the boat in place. If you were to go back in time and run a modern bay boat in the marsh people would look at you like an alien mothership just landed.
These are game-changers that have altered inshore fishing. What we reveal to you in this podcast and videos below are another game-changer.
Captain Rob Dupont and Brandon Knobloch run Dipnotiq Protective Solutions of Houma. Their company specializes in a few things, but one of them are ceramic coatings. Ceramic coatings have their origins in industrial applications, specifically refineries. Things like rust and corrosion can bring down industrial equipment and cause major loss in revenue for their respective companies. To prevent this, durable and long-lasting ceramic coatings are used.
But these same coatings have applications within the auto and, you guessed it, boating worlds.
I’m not going to spend a lot of time writing about this because it wouldn’t do it justice. I suggest you listen to the podcast and watch the videos below!
You can reach Dipnotiq Protective Solutions of Houma at (225) 776-9820 or follow them on Facebook below.
Devin is the founder of Louisiana Fishing Blog and enjoys exploring new fishing spots on Louisiana's coast. He prefers using artificial lures and casting tackle, but won't hesitate to break out a popping cork when the time is right.
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