fishing tips

  • Kayak Fishing Tools To Consider

    Monday, October 10, 2016

    Three Kayak Fishing Tools You Need, Already Own, But Haven’t Figured Out Yet By Jeff Little By the end of a day on the water, the cockpit of my kayak looks like a tackle shop vomited on top of where some raccoons tore through someones garbage. That’s just the way it is. Limited real estate […]

  • Spring stripers up and down with weather

    Friday, April 29, 2016

    By Jeffrey Little Springtime weather is a tease. One day you’re enjoying the fragrant air of newly sprouted blossoms on a warm breeze, and 24 hours later those blossoms are shredded by a heavy cold rain. This up and down battle of summer trying to wrestle control away from winter has been matched by the ups […]

  • Berkley’s Gary Klein Teaches Fluoro Knot

    Thursday, March 10, 2016

    Check out this easy-to-tie knot for fluorocarbon! Berkley’s Gary Klein has a great knot tying tip for you. All the top bass fishermen around the world are using flurocarbon either as a leader in combination with braided or mono main lines or in one of the formulations of fluorocarbon designed to fish as both a […]

  • Kayak Trolling at First Light

    Tuesday, February 23, 2016

    Keep the Faith Kayak Trolling at First Light   Jeff Little Driving to the launch, I noticed a lump of fur and flesh in the path of my right tire and swerved. Having successfully straddled the road kill, I wondered if the black and white critter was someone’s cat. Within a moment, I knew otherwise. The […]

  • Kayak Fishing Tip: Keep it Ice Free

    Sunday, February 14, 2016

    Battle guide freeze with this simple kayak fishing tip By Jeff Little My wife called to me from the other room, “Jeff, have you seen my Chap Stick?”. I pause too long before answering and she repeats, “Jeff?” My stall to come up with a better answer has failed me, so I go with the […]

  • Kayak fishing in fog calls for complete awareness

    Saturday, February 6, 2016

    Foggy Morning on the River By Jeff Little On the drive to the river, many of the vehicles I was on the road with put on their flashers. The fog in the low valley caused me to apply gentle pressure to my brakes as well. Once on the water, I hugged the shoreline as long […]

  • Holiday yellowtail best bet for kayak fish

    Tuesday, December 15, 2015

    This video shows the technique of ‘short-pumping’ a fish, crucial to landing larger species like yellowtail on the kayak

  • Sound Casting

    Wednesday, August 26, 2015

    By Jeff Herman The ultimate way to stalk a fish on the flats is via sight casting. There is a bonus bit of magic in seeing the fish, casting smartly to that fish, and then watching the take. The split second – breath held – as you see the lure charged and feel the line […]

  • Locating Shallow Water Reds

    Wednesday, August 19, 2015

    By Sonny Mills While trying to locate redfish in shallow water, the eyes in your head are the most important tools on your kayak. It’s no secret that with each passing year, new gadgets and electronics come out that can assist you in your quest to become a better angler. However, despite everything these fancy […]

  • River Fishing 101

    Wednesday, July 1, 2015

    By Drew Gregory Over the last few years fishing of Wild Waters, I am often asked the following about rivers:  “How do you access them, and how do you know they are safe? Honestly, the answers are simpler than you may think. Where to access rivers? All states have different laws concerning the riverbed, but […]

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