A 5-foot mako takes a bite out of angler Austin Lorber’s kayak at La Jolla last week. But as San Diego’s Channel 7 News reports, it was the estimated 100-pound shark that got eaten. “Those are the best steaks in the ocean,” Lorber told the news channel.
Mission: To catch a barramundi over one meter in length Angler: Adrian Tuck When: September 2014 Location: Ross River (freshwater), Townsville, Australia Rig: Shimano Sustain 3000, Shimano Raider Barra Flickstick 5-8 kg Shimano Chronarch CI4+ 150HG, GLoomis GL2 10-to 20-lb. baitcaster Bait & Line: 2O-lb. Power Pro, 40-lb. Berkley Vanish Fluorocarbon leader; Rapala X-rap; Stanley […]
To celebrate its best seller’s historic 15th birthday, Hobie is debuting the first of 500 collectible Mirage Outback Special Edition kayaks at ICAST 2015.
By Michael Harris How do you manage fly line while fishing from a kayak? There are a lot of pieces to this puzzle and there really isn’t one solution that is best. Fly line management starts before you get to the water. Your fly line should be clean and stretched before launching your kayak. A […]