Giveaway: Free MooseKnuckle Carbon Fiber Lanyard™

Fly Fishing Lanyards...some people love 'em, some people don't see the point.  Until recently, I probably fell into the latter grouping.  I always interpreted them as simply a charm necklace for anglers...and unless you're Mr. T or Flavor Flav, you probably can't pull one off.  That coming from a guy who fishes with a man-purse.
Swap fly box for kitchen clock and you get the point...

That perception changed a bit when I ran into MooseKnuckle Lanyards on the various social networks.  Let's just say this isn't a necklace your kid braids together in summer camp.  Not only do these lanyards have some really sweet technology in the form of a unique adjustment system, but they are built to be bulletproof and come in some nice finishes, like Stainless Steel, Carbon Fiber, and in a limited edition, Fiberglass.
A MooseKnuckle Carbon Fiber Lanyard in all its glory

Here's a short video about the MooseKnuckle Lanyard, especially highlighting the adjustment mechanism.



So what's the advantage of a lanyard?  Well, if you fish light, everything is accessible, right where you need it.  No digging through vest pockets, no lugging around a fishing bag.  Couldn't be more simple, no muss, no fuss.  Maybe not ideal for the guy who brings 12 fly boxes, 70 spools of tippet, and a Subway Five Dollar Foot Long to the stream, but for those of us that also fish tenkara...hello!...the only thing more streamlined is just using your pockets!  Plus if John Dollar likes it, it's good enough for me.

So you want one yet?  Have you been lanyard curious and just shy about making the leap?  Well guess what, Jeremy at MooseKnuckle is offering up a free Carbon Fiber MooseKnuckle Lanyard (valued at $34.95) to one lucky Troutrageous! reader.  So no more excuses!

All I'm asking you to do is one (or all) of the following acts below and comment in the comments section of this post for each one you complete.  The more you do the more entries you get.  Don't worry, I have a feeling if you're reading this, you've probably already done most of the work already.

1. Join Troutrageous! with Google Friend Connect in the upper right of this site 
2. Go to Facebook & "Like" Troutrageous!
3. Go to Twitter & "Follow" Troutrageous!
4. Go to Facebook & "Like" MooseKnuckle Lanyards
5. Go to Twitter & "Follow" MooseKnuckle Lanyards

Note:  When you comment on this post, please write one individual comment for each task completed. If you do them all you will have written 5 separate comments.  Get it?  Those are your multiple entries.  Although not required, including your email address in your comments will ensure I can contact you if you are a winner.

The contest will close at 12:00 AM Eastern Standard Time, Sunday, October 9, 2011 (aka late Saturday night).  The winner will be chosen via RNG and announced on Monday, October 10, 2011.

And while you're clicking all kinds of links and buttons, you may find that MooseKnuckle's website hasn't officially launched yet; so instead feel free to stop by the MooseKnuckle Lanyards blog for even more lanyardy goodness.


Comments

  1. Followed Troutrageous on Twitter

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  2. Liked MooseKnuckle Lanyards on FB

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  3. Followed MooseKnuckle Lanyards on Twitter

    Looks like a great lanyard!

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  4. Following Moose Knuckle Lanyards on twitter. Thanks!

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  5. I don't FB or Twitter but I do follow T! Fish ON!

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  6. Been liking T! on FB for a while, Count me in for the giveaway

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  7. Liking Mooseknuckle Lanyards on FB

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  8. Following Moose Knuckle on Twitter!

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  9. Following Troutrageous on Twitter!!

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  10. following troutrageous on twitter dusty767@yahoo.com

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  11. Following mooseknuckle on twitter!! dusty767

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  12. liked mooseknuckle on fb!! dusty767

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  13. liked troutrageous on fb!!! dusty767

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  14. I was surprised that I wasn't already connected with friend connect. I AM NOW, BOOM

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  15. Already liked T! on F-book. I like abbreviations now.

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  16. I've blown up T! on the tweeterz long time now.

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  17. just hit that like button on MooseKnuckle's Facebook.

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  18. Now follow MooseKnuckle on twitter. Entering this contest has taken dedication. Now, I must decode one more scrambleword.

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  19. i follow t-rage on the twitter

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  20. i follow moose knuckle on twitter (can i get some extra credit for already doing all five of these tasks prior to the contest). I think the answer is yes.

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  21. like MooseKnuckle Lanyards on FB!

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  22. following MooseKnuckle Lanyards on Twitter!
    and thanks for the stickers, spinner, and quick shipping on the shirt!

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  23. Followed MooseKnuckle on Facebook

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  24. Followed MooseKnuckle on Twitter

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  25. Like Twitter Troutrageous! (and have for a while - just as I have with FB)

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  26. Like FB MooseKnuckle Lanyards - not seen one used yet in the UK. I could be the first :-)

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  27. Like Twitter MooseKnuckle Lanyards - not seen one used yet in the UK. I could be the first... I'd make an excellent MooseKnuckle Ambassador, my wife says I resemble a Moose :-)

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  28. Yea Boooy!

    I follow T! on friend connect

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  29. I follow the T-Rage twitter stream, albeit not closely.

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  30. And I follow the Moose Knuckle twitter feed too.

    That was easy, I already fullfilled all the requirements. Entering the CAPTCHA five times was the hardest part.

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  31. You have and continue to be my Google Friend, Michael.

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  32. I have always Liked Troutragous! on facebook, Michael.

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  33. Your tweets are always informative and fun, Michael. I continue to follow.

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  34. I do Like MooseKnuckle Lanyards on Facebook, Michael & Jeremy.

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  35. And finally, I am following @MKLanyards on Twitter, Michael & Jeremy.

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  36. Bonus round! Both Michael and Jeremy are in my Fishing Friends circle on Google+.

    Jeremy, one question though--how does a NC resident get to be a Detroit Tigers fan? Hope they utterly destroy the Yankees!

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  37. Folliwng Mooseknuckle on Twitter already!

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  38. Already follow Troutrageous on Twitter

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  39. Already follow MouseKnuckle on Twitter

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  40. Added MooseKnuckle on Twitter...done
    should also be a bonus entry for T! stickers. ;)

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  41. Very cool. Already your bud on google plus...

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  42. Linked Arizona Wanderings up to Troutrageous on facebook...

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  43. Liked Mooseknuckles Lanyards on facebook as well. Very cool giveaway. Thanks for hosting Mike...

    Ben

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  44. I've always liked T! on Facebook!

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  45. I liked Mooseknuckle Lanyards on Facebook.

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  46. big time follower already. i might not be very vocal, but i am there....

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  47. I'm a Google Friend with Troutrageous and the non-trout life form who created Troutrageous.

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  48. I liked Troutrageous on Facebook way back and won the Hobbie Sunglasses when I did.

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  49. I follow Troutrageous in Twitter and actually read his tweets.

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  50. I now like MooseKnuckle Lanyards on Facebook.

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  51. I'm now following MooseKnuckle Lanyards in twitter.

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  52. liked Troutrageous before it was cool

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  53. followed Troutrageous for his inspiring tweets

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  54. Liked MooseKnuckle from the start, they had me at lanyard

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  55. Followed MooseKnuckle Lanyards on twitter to stay in the loop (ok, I couldn't resist).

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  56. Now part of the Troutrageous "posse" or should I say "podse"...

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  57. I follow MKL on Twitter now too!

    The end. ;)

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