• Bending Branches: Power Kayak Fishing!

    Sunday, January 15, 2017

    “Like a lot of folks, I bought my first kayak, spent a lot of money on my first kayak and then went and tried to find the cheapest paddle I could find.” So says Chris Funk in the intro to this kayak fishing paddling tip, which is really more about the fact you can’t get […]

  • MTI debuts new auto-inflatable Neptune kayak fishing life jacket for 2017

    Tuesday, July 12, 2016

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: MTI debuts new auto-inflatable Neptune kayak fishing life jacket for 2017 PLYMPTON, Mass. (June 20, 2016) — Boating and kayak anglers who want a little extra peace of mind will float easier in the new automatic-inflating Neptune life jacket from MTI Adventurewear. Should you end up swimming with the fish, the Neptune […]

  • Kayak Companies “pedaling” boats at ICAST

    Monday, July 11, 2016

    Editor’s Note: Operated by the American Sportfishing Association, the ICAST show is the top tackle and fishing show in America and annually draws the top names and products in the industry. Kayak Fish will be at the show and will offer continuous coverage all week on the best of the new fishing tackle and, of course, […]

  • Kayak Kart Location Tips Scale in Your Favor

    Monday, July 11, 2016

    By Eric Atkins I see many questions on the internet from kayakers asking which kayak cart is the best for their kayak. What most kayak anglers do not realize is that the best kayak cart in the world could work terribly against you if you position it in a less-than-optimal place underneath your kayak. In […]

  • Gear: Danuu WingMan Accessory Pack

    Wednesday, June 15, 2016

    Danuu WingMan Accessory Pack ($70, A wingman can be a fighter pilot who covers your six, a trusted sidekick at a singles bar, and now a bombproof seat back organizer for your kayak. Danuu’s WingMan Accessory Pack keeps everything a paddler could need organized, secure and within reach. Stitched of tough Cordura fabric, the […]

  • Kicking Tires: Kayak Fishing Demo Days

    Monday, May 16, 2016

    By Jeff Little Have you ever met a car salesman who tells you that he has the perfect car for you, seconds after introducing himself? He pushes you hard toward a vehicle that he decided that he had to move off his lot. You just happened to be the next sucker that walked through the […]

  • Tip of the Week: Choose a kayak and paddle that are right for you

    Monday, May 16, 2016

    Jackson Kayak Tip of the Week By Bill Schultz When giving my kayak fishing seminars, I ask the question, “Can you fish out of any kayak that floats?” The answer, of course, is yes, and is quickly followed up with another question, “Can you have a better time with a kayak geared specifically to fishing?” Here […]

  • Donning New Dry Suit Almost Lethal

    Saturday, April 30, 2016

    By Dave Mull The irony that the dry suit almost killed me after I had bought it to save my life was hard to miss. Okay, it didn’t almost kill me, but I was a red-face, sweaty, angry mess by the time I did a reverse Houdini and fully climbed into the infernal thing. The […]

  • Masterlock Python Keeps ‘Em Honest

    Saturday, January 16, 2016

    Keep an Honest Man Honest with Masterlock Python Kayakers like to launch from remote places and often take road trips to the best fishing destinations. That means their gear is often left outside exposed to those folks in the world that feel that the best way to get something is take it away from someone […]

  • Which vest to invest in to personally float

    Monday, December 28, 2015

    Our resident redneck Chris Funk shows a couple of the basic considerations to ponder while choosing which vest to invest in to ensure your safety and survival while fishing from a kayak. PDFs come in many shapes and forms, but the basics for kayak fishing are to find one that both fits the way your […]

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