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  • Put the ultra into ultralight kayak fishing

    Monday, July 4, 2016

    By Michael Ernst Crappie and other panfish fishing can be much overlooked as we get more experienced and pursue bass, striper, walleye, etc.  But let me tell you, once you get into ultralight kayak fishing, there isn’t much more fun than catching a pile of crappie or bluegill on a super ultralight rig.  When I […]

  • Carpe bass with this river kayak trick

    Monday, June 27, 2016

    One Man’s Trash is Another Man’s Treasure By Josh Dolin When it comes to river kayak fishing for bass there are a many techniques that differ greatly from fishing for bass in lakes. Targeting riffles and eddies, fishing various current breaks, and taking advantage of rising water levels are all tactics that are almost exclusive […]

  • Dial in Plastics for Kayak Bass

    Monday, June 20, 2016

    Jackson Kayak Tip of the Week By Tray Collins Looking to catch more big bass from your kayak? While it seems that big waterways are more likely to hold big fish, it’s really putting in the practice and taking the time to dial in your plastics that opens the door to the big ones. Big fish […]

  • Kayaker Overboard! How to Help Your Buddy

    Monday, June 13, 2016

    By Chris Funk My son Ethan and I were fishing our local flow with a friend and contractor who comes to my plant once a year. I was showing him the benefits of a kayak and we had just started catching a couple fish. I headed around a bend and heard a splash followed by “daddy […]

  • Springing into the kayak fishing season

    Monday, June 6, 2016

    By Aaron Stigar Springtime is the best time. Everything turns from brown to green. Nature awakens from its months-long slumber. Plants poke their heads out from the chilly dirt and bask in the first real warmth from the sun since the previous year. Stepping in line with the weather and the plants, fish begin their […]

  • Kayak camping takes fishing to next level

    Tuesday, May 31, 2016

    By Jim Ware Since first learning of the Lewis and Clark expedition back in grade school, I had always daydreamed of exploring a river or lake in a canoe loaded with everything needed for several days. Over the past decade, I have been fortunate enough to go on many fishing trips where I’ve spent one or […]

  • Whip the Wind Kayak Fishing

    Monday, May 23, 2016

                            By Joey Monteleone Jackson Kayak Fishing Team If you asked a group of hardcore kayak anglers their least favorite natural force, the resounding answer would likely be “the wind!” Our breezy nemesis creates multiple problems: boat control, casting, feeling what the bait is doing, security […]

  • 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 […]

  • How to Wear a Head Buff

    Friday, May 6, 2016

    By Dave Mull OK, putting on a head buff should not be equated with rocket science, and I’m not sure how I figured out the simplest way to put one on so it fits the contours of a roundish head. But having worn it at a few kayak tournament “measure-ins” where fellow competitors asked me […]

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