fishing tips

  • Tips and Tricks from Texas Big Bass Country

    Tuesday, July 22, 2014

    Texas. There’s no better place in America for trophy bass. Not Florida, source of the boss big-bass strain. Not California, where vitamin-T blows a few of them up to blimp size. Texas.

  • Spring and early summer largemouth Bass

    Saturday, July 12, 2014

    By Eric Boyd My tournament partner and I were having a tough day during the Charlotte leg of the 2010 RiverBassin’ Tournament. With time running short and nothing happening in the main stem of the TK River, we threw everything into one last-ditch effort. On a hunch, we dropped our kayaks about a mile up a […]

  • The Best of Both Worlds

    Friday, June 13, 2014

    Standing to sight-fish confers a major advantage over the kayak fishing original – sitting on your butt mostly blind-casting.

  • Skunked Again, Something Stinks

    Monday, March 24, 2014

    Skunked Again, Something Stinks Learning from tough fish-free days By Jeff Little Last Thursday I quit fishing before noon. That never happens. I experienced a sort of internal nudge to get out of the situation I was in immediately. My jig had not been bit. No real problem there. Three-foot wind-shattered waves left my beard, […]

  • Step Out of Your Fishing Kayak

    Wednesday, February 26, 2014

    Step Out of Your Fishing Kayak Going overboard may be your best shot at that fish of a lifetime Words and Photos by Jerry McBride Here’s a new way to think about shallow tidal flats: Approach them as if you’re fishing a mountain trout stream. Ambush predators, whether saltwater or fresh, orient to structure and […]

  • Gone Crabbin’

    Monday, February 3, 2014

    The Kayak Fish Magazine staff follow legendary crab fisherman Saba Slayer for a day netting the tasty—and feisty—creatures. Saba Slayer has one key piece of advice: Once you start pulling, do not stop.

  • How to Take Better Kayak Fishing Photos

    Tuesday, January 7, 2014

    Take amazing shots whether you are using a high dollar DSLR, a point and shoot or even a good camera phone.

  • Kayak Fishing with Jigs Gone Weedless

    Thursday, December 19, 2013

    How to make the lead head jig, the most versatile bait in the world, even deadlier for kayak fishing.

  • How To: Finding Smallmouth in Winter Rivers

    Monday, December 16, 2013

    How to pare down a new section of river to find winter smallmouth from a kayak.

  • Lessons from Big Game School

    Wednesday, November 20, 2013

    Most kayak anglers ease into the sport. They dip a toe in to test the water. But if Jeffrey Pierce, Capt. Kevin Beach, or his deckie Jordan Ellis had dangled any digits in the shark-infested ocean of the trio’s debut kayak outing in 2012, they might have come back a foot or two shorter.

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