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  • 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 […]

  • Bass Thumb Something to Chew On

    Tuesday, April 26, 2016

    Hamburger Thumb By Jeff Little My current situation reminds me of a cartoon  I saw as a kid.  The scene involved a hammer, a missed nail and a big, red, swollen and throbbing balloon sized thumb. The only similarity between that and what happened to my thumb is that I hammered big fish today, and […]

  • Check Out This Crispy Panko Crappie!

    Monday, April 18, 2016

    Culinary Crappie from Chris Funk Check out more videos from Kayak Fish Video Magazine You can see more videos from Chris Funk, the Feral One, on his YouTube channel.

  • Patterns not places drive kayak catches

    Tuesday, March 22, 2016

    Paddle according to patterns, not places By Jeff Little “Patterns not places” is a phrase commonly heard in the discussion over sharing location information. It also goes hand in hand with the saying, “Give a man a fish, he will eat for a day…”, with the “fish” being a specific spot where the bite is […]

  • 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 […]

  • Stay alive and thrive winter kayak fishing

    Thursday, January 28, 2016

    Winter Kayak Fishing Tips By Jeffrey Little Winter kayak fishing poses many hazards and discomforts. Here’s a list of tips that can alleviate the worst of those bone chilling barriers to a productive day on the water. Proper Waterproof Attire Having the right outerwear means that you should be able to survive full submersion in […]

  • Sammons’ tips on a safe surf kayak landing

    Tuesday, January 19, 2016

    Words and Photos By Paul Lebowitz Ready for the hard part? Launching through surf is easy, just point and go, go, go. The worst crashes come on the dismount. Fortunately we have big water kayak angler Jim Sammons to drop some knowledge on us on how to achieve a safe surf kayak landing. If you […]

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