Dan's Big Catch 

 

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New M-POW-R Prototype Harness 

Nate Kehr using our new prototype M-Pow-R Harness to land a 29 inch walleye at Fletcher Lake Lodge in Canada. 

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Handicapped Outdoors Article 

Read an excellent article and review on the Handicapped Outdoors website by Scott Anderson. Click here for article. 

 

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Trolling For The Troops Press Release 

News Release: 5th Annual Trolling for the Troops (T4T) Event, June 4-5th 2015. 

Camp Ripley, the sprawling 53,000 acre military and civilian training camp, near Little Falls, Minnesota, operated by the Minnesota National Guard, hosted 40 professional fishing guides,40 disabled veterans and 40 active duty military personnel for a day of fishing area lakes and the Mississippi River.

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Traditions Media Press Release 

 NEW TECHNOLOGY OFFERS UTMOST IN FLEXIBILITY, PERFORMANCE
FOR ANGLERS WITH PHYSICAL LIMITATIONS 

The M-POW-R REEL®,now paired with the innovative and versatile M-POW-R Harness,
gives anglers with physical limitations even more angling options


Brainerd, MN (June 16, 2015) – Through years of research and development and advice from such angling luminariesas Al Lindner, Dan Sura, Dave Csanda and Jeff Zernov, as well as input from anglers with physical limitations, was born theM-POW-R REEL®.

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M-Pow-R NK-100PH Press Release 

 

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 In Search of Smallies Brainerd Dispatch Article 

 James Lindner (left), executive director of Linder Media Productions, holds a 20-inch Lake Mille Lacs smallmouth basswhile hosting Staff Sgt. Dave Angell of the Minnesota National Guard and David Munsinger, Air Force veteran, lastFriday during fifth annual Trolling for the Troops. The Camp Ripley event pairs 30 soldiers and 30 veterans with 30professional guides for a day of fishing on the Mississippi River or an area lake. (Brainerd Dispatch/ Steve Kohls)Gallery and Video

Jimmy Lindner rolled into the Garrison access on Lake Mille Lacs Friday andtook one look at the white caps."We have a pretty substantial wind event here," he said. "Let's head to theother side of the lake."

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Dave Csanda Outdoor Traditions Article 

Spend time in the boat with someone, and you learn a lot about them. I tend to be fairly quiet, while Doc is one of those enthusiastic personalities who tends to dominate the conversation.'$7hen heb excited about something, he recalls, relates and retells every detail in, well, extreme detail. 

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Doug Smith Star Tribune Article 

"lt fought like a monsder; I was afaid I was going to lose it because it kept going under lhe boat,' said Kemery, a quadiplegic Marine veteran who normally has difficulty holding a rod and reeling in a fish......... 

 

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John Vandercook Endorsement Letter 

Dr. Kehr:

First, let me say thank you for the honor of fishing with your M-POW-R fishing rod and reel combination.

I have been a one-armed fisherman for over 20 years and I have adapted numerous techniques to hook and land fish one-handed with equipment made for two-handed fishermen. 

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