tip of the week

  • Kayak fishing skills differ on small rivers

    Monday, September 26, 2016

    By Jeff Little My home water is the largest river on the east coast. In many sections of the Susquehanna, paddling from one bank to the other is a one mile trip. I would never change that, but from time to time I prefer a change in venue to something smaller, much smaller. When the […]

  • Knock knock: Hit trees for more bass

    Friday, September 2, 2016

    By Drew Ross Knock on wood. That’s my advice when the bass fishing tightens up. Most of the bass fishing in my area is around cypress trees. A few years back I started doing something a little different. Rather than flipping and pitching into cover, I started bouncing my plastics off the trees. It’s not […]

  • Kayak Flippin’ For Big Bass

    Tuesday, August 23, 2016

    By Josh Duke Based on what part of the country you fish in, flippin’ might be something you do all the time or not at all. Living in Florida there are certain times of the year I only bring flipping sticks with me on the kayak. In this article I will share some of my […]

  • Kayak access: fish the overlooked

    Monday, August 8, 2016

    By Matt Ball Years ago, one of the things that really got me interested in fishing out of a kayak was the ability to find and access water that most others either overlook or just can’t get to in the bigger boats.  As a kayak angler, we have the ability to drop in or float some of […]

  • Take pro kayak videos with these tips

    Monday, August 1, 2016

    By Jonathan Leavitt Every kayak angler can put a video together for social media or online viewing, especially with cameras  more affordable and editing software available that is beginner friendly. I would say, however, out of a 100 random fishing videos, less than 10-percent are professional quality. If you asked the authors of the other […]

  • Choose the right kayak fishing paddle!

    Sunday, July 24, 2016

    By Roberto Briones The most commonly asked questions I’ve seen around kayak forums are: “What kind of paddle do I need?” and “What length of paddle should I get for X, Y or Z kayak?” For the most part, there are two types of paddling techniques: high-angle and low-angle. You should know what type of […]

  • Wacky Rig Whacks Kayak Bass

    Monday, July 18, 2016

    By Jay Randall What I am about to tell you is probably one of the most effective ways to catch bass for most of the fishing season. It’s called the “wacky rig” and is by far one the best ways to put bass in the kayak under any conditions. This article is meant to educate the […]

  • 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 […]

  • 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 […]

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