(a) SFE's Ultimate kite is one of the most versatile on the market and will fly well in winds ranging from 5 to 25 mph. (b) The Hooker Electric Penn 16 electric kite reel can retrieve at speeds up to 800 feet per minute at 40 pounds of drag, with full variable speed. (c) With features like auto-stop, auto-retrieve and an oversize line guide, the Daiwa Tanacom 1000 is a powerful reel for the Capt. Harry's kite rod. (d) A helium balloon helps fly the kite on days with little to no wind; a release tool should also be kept handy. (e) Rigging needles and small rubber bands are used to carefully bridle live baits onto the hooks. (f) This selection of pre-tied 60-pound-test fluorocarbon leaders and light wire non-offset circle hook is perfect for sails, mahi or tuna. (g) A replacement kite line is ready to go with release clips already attached.