Kite and Kontiki Fishing Winch

(Electric Motor running) – Hi. I’m Paul from Paul’s Fishing Systems. And I’m here today to talk about our new winch. This is a powerful winch. It’s got a 230 watt motor, It’s got a very robust cast spool on it. And it’s on a five mil frame. This winch is ideal for pulling in big kite rigs, doesn’t matter how much weeds you’ve got, sharks or whatever. This winch will pull it in. You might be wondering where the

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Family Day Kite Festival 2013

[Family Day Kite Festival 2013] [Ron Young, Founder, Family Day Kite Festival:] We want to thank our good friends at the Presidio Trust and the Walt Disney Family Museum. They thought it would be great for us to move the Kite Festival from the Marina Green, and move it to this beautiful setting. What we say about the Kite Festival, we say: A kite is a poem on a string in the sky. If you didn’t bring a kite, but

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Trick Kite Flying with Kenzie Wild Child

Today I’m here at Blackie Spit, right at the beach, at Crescent Beach. It’s my favourite place to go flying kites with me, my dad, and my little brother Carter. Hi! This is one of my favourite kites ever! All it is, is parafoil, it has no sticks, or anything in it. All it is, is fabric and um thread. So I’m gonna put it together. So right now, we’re just going to be flying the kite. Now these are

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Super Awesome Kite Flyers!

We’re flying kites Wind noises: Woooooo here we go. Both of ’em go in there. Ahhh, oh no the snakes are trying to get me. Wahoo this is so awesome! Oh no it’s coming for me No no, mines is next No mine is Mine Why does it keep crashing over? Can you make mine? Yeah I can. What you doing Miss Al? Flying a kite. Look up there. Hey Miss Al. What I think I got your kite real

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How to Kitesurf: Trainer Kite Tutorial

This video revises trainer kite basics and the principle behind the wind window. Read the description below. Set up in a flat, open area with no hazards or wind blocks. Work out which way the wind is blowing. Then hold the kite on your downwind side. Unroll your kite, tucking its upwind side into the ground. Once your kite is secured, check the bridles are not tangled. Now grab your bar, and unroll your lines, heading upwind from the kite.

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