• 5 Good Minutes With Viking Kayak Pro Tod Johnson

    Saturday, October 3, 2015

    By Jerry McBride Texas kayak angler Tod Johnson has made his name fishing the oil rigs miles off of the Texas Gulf coast. But his obsession starts long before that, on smaller waters. In Texas, it’s only natural that kayak fishermen seek out offshore oil rigs. “When I was 3, my father bought me my […]

  • 5 Good Minutes With Kwanza Henderson

    Thursday, October 1, 2015

    By Jerry McBride Kwanza Henderson grew up in a tough neighborhood in Miami, and lost his father when he was young. Against the odds, he has become an icon in the South Florida kayak fishing community. He’s currently working on a documentary, We Yak Too, which he hopes will inspire others to find a path […]

  • Gathering of the Faithful, Louisiana Style

    Wednesday, August 19, 2015

    By Jerry McBride Just down Hwy. 190 from the Boondoggle campground, Shannon Griffin sells fishing tackle, camping gear and licenses, and rents kayaks and bicycles. More importantly, Griffin was blessed with an extra-large portion of small-town friendliness, even by legendary Southern standards. She’s also happy to share her insider’s knowledge of fishing and local points […]

  • My Susquehanna Kayak Fishing Safari

    Thursday, July 23, 2015

    By Mauricio Martinez There are certain parts of every story that are selectively edited or skirted around, told in half-truths. They are usually those pieces that girlfriends, wives and mothers would rather not hear. I remember learning this lesson well several years ago as my father and I snuck back into the house soaking wet […]

  • The Aquahunters

    Friday, June 12, 2015

    Earning it with Hawaii’s kayak fishing visionary Photos by Aaron Schmidt Chompy In the video Isaac Brumaghim is alone aboard a fishing kayak a mile off the westernmost tip of Oahu. He’s pulling hard on a bent rod and reeling quickly, approaching the end game for the fish on his line. It’s routine for Isaac; […]

  • Adrian Tuck’s one-meter barramundi

    Tuesday, May 19, 2015

    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 […]

  • 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 […]

  • Crazy Black Marlin on the Blue Pacific

    Tuesday, January 6, 2015

    Adventure on the Water: This. Really. Happened. In crazy blue water action off Hawaii, a black marlin skies repeatedly next to Rob Wong Yuen’s Ocean Kayak.

  • The Monster Kayak Fish Stories of 2014

    Tuesday, December 30, 2014

    In 2014, a kayak angler broke the 1,000-pound fish barrier. Then there were all the new ‘yaks and sharks. Our top ten Kayak Fish stories of 2014.

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