Follow the Food

Winter striped bass success tracking schools of baitfish

Meet Kayak Fish Editor Jerry McBride

Our new editor reflects on filling the size-12 wading boots of his friend and predecessor Paul Lebowitz

On the Hook: Willie Eyre

Catching up with former MLB relief pitcher turned kayak angler Willie Eyre

Dead of Winter, Middle of the Night

Cabin fever leads to late-night adventure—and a personal best striper

News

Meet Kayak Fish Editor Jerry McBride

03.04.2015

BY JERRY MCBRIDE Funny how things work out. Any chance that I’d become a fishing magazine editor should have evaporated the moment my parents hauled the family across the Florida state line, bound for Nebraska. Nobody in Vegas would lay odds on a kid from Nebraska ending up in a career relating to watersports. I […]

Caught on Film

Video: An Unintended Swim with a Shark

11.21.2014

"As I went over, I knew the tuna was a goner. This time, I was concerned about my safety," said Jasper Pons, who wound up in the water with a revved up shark.

Editor's Pick

Follow the Food

03.05.2015

BY JEFF LITTLE  It had been a good day of fishing, and there was still time on the clock. But I was cold. Hours had passed since my toes had sensation. Pumping my ankles in an attempt to push in some warm blood, I could see my boots moving, but couldn’t feel the joint rotating. “Hey man, […]

Tip Of The Week

Daiwa’s New Ardito Travel Rods are Perfect

01.02.2015

If you are traveling with a kayak, you can take as many rods you want. If not? That’s when a quality travel rod such as the Daiwa Ardito-TR is a trip-saver.