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By: Jason Fernandez

I am completely and utterly consumed with fishing, there’s not one cohesive/coherent thought that traverses my mind on a daily basis that doesn’t originate or conclude with angling.

Since last year’s commitment to chase what swims as a career, it’s been what I imagine to be a big wave surfers quest to conquer the pipelines. Not just once, but on a consistent basis.

It’s no easy task, but what’s triumph without risk – there are no guarantees. Either stand beach side or paddle out and “wuhhh-pahhh, get pitted”. The time and money I’ve put in has been more than worth it.

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Welcome Skinny Water Culture Ditch Kids! We’re so excited to have a program running all summer to encourage you guys to do great things in your […]

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By: Sam Collett (@collettjsam)

Photos by: Sam Collett & Ty Hibbs (@whatever_bites)

I’ve developed a bi-annual habit of leaving the southeast Louisiana mud, assembling a band of equally mental friends (and understanding girlfriends) and making a trip to somewhere tropical to wade fish.

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Starting Monday, (5/29), Skinny Water Culture is proud to announce the Ditch Kids Initiative.

In addition to being the coolest fishing company around, we’re also teaming up with kids to help make the world just a little bit better. Each week members of the Skinny Water Culture Collective invite you (kids under 18) to participate in a series of events to help make our world better and win exclusive prizes.

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By: Ryan Saul

Our motto in “Caught not Bought” has always been, “whatever makes the best story.” the best story is rarely developed through the safe and sensible route.

The heart behind Caught not Bought is simple, be self-sufficient and question everything. Your reason for doing things should never be because, “that’s just how it’s done”. There are processes sure, but there are always other ways – better ways.

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