• Canoe Fishing Paddlers Cover 100 Miles!

    Thursday, November 3, 2016

    Join kayak anglers Robert Field, Rex Del Rey, Ben Duchesney and Mark Vlaskamp as they ditch their double-bladed paddles to journey 100 miles through the Northern Forest Canoe Trail in upstate New York to fish untapped waters in Canoe Fishing: 100 Miles through the Adirondacks. They’ll face grueling portages, icy rapids, beaver dams and snow storms while […]

  • Nebraska kayak fishing homecoming

    Friday, January 22, 2016

    Home Waters Author Thomas Wolfe wrote that you can’t go home again. He probably meant you can’t go home without a kayak. And the Nebraska kayak fishing is as good as home cooking. By Jerry McBride Photos by Patricia Schemmer Painted turtles soaking up the morning sun atop a muskrat house finally noticed my approach, […]

  • The Hunt For Africa’s Nile Perch

    Thursday, January 21, 2016

    TROLLING AFRICA Nothing comes easy on the hunt for Nile perch Words by Jeff D. Herman Photos By Will Richardson and Jeff D. Herman (From the inaugural issue of Kayak Fish in 2013) Dec 27th 2012 – I am officially a criminal. I am forging international import documents. We leave for Uganda in three weeks, […]

  • Big Bass Escapes — Or Does It?

    Saturday, January 9, 2016

    Chasing a personal best bass in Texas, a big bass escapes By Robert Field On the trip captured in this video, I traveled to a North Texas lake with one goal: to land my first double-digit bass. The first day started off about as well as it could have with bites on the Exide worm […]

  • Everglades Tour, Part II

    Wednesday, April 1, 2015

    By Mike Coneen –Read Everglades Tour, Part I here Friday morning, we headed out of West Lake and made our way to the Shark Point Chickee, a 12-plus-mile trek. Paddling would be a bit easier, as we scaled back our load of gear. We planned to stay out for just two days on this trip. […]

  • Everglades Tour, Part I

    Tuesday, March 24, 2015

    By Mike Coneen I had just finished paddling the entire 170-mile Indian River Lagoon, and all I could think about is what was next? I NEED MORE. During that trip, John Kumiski (fellow paddler) mentioned fishing the Florida Everglades. My idea started out as a circumnavigation trip around Florida Bay but it quickly became a […]

  • Off the grid; Kayak fishing Panama – Part two

    Wednesday, September 10, 2014

    Part 2 of an incredible kayak fishing adventure off a remote coast of Panama.

  • Off the grid; Kayak fishing Panama

    Wednesday, September 10, 2014

    “Fish on,” ripped across the VHF. After days of travel to get off the grid and deep down the Azuero Peninsula’s Tuna Coast, our remote trip with Panama Kayak Fishing Adventures was truly underway.

  • 50 Miles on the John Day

    Wednesday, August 27, 2014

    “We are looking at 100-plus fish per day,” my friend says as he pitches a trip on the remote John Day River. “Count me in,” I say.

  • Back to the Swamp

    Monday, July 28, 2014

    Words and Photos By Chris Funk I was the last of our group to launch into the Okefenokee that morning. I was deep in thought, watching the black water churn around the paddle blades ahead. There was tightness in my chest and I wasn’t sure whether to blame five hours of energy drinks, heavy metal […]

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