tip of the week

  • 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 […]

  • Feel Bass Bites Better, Catch More Fish

    Monday, January 18, 2016

    Detect winter bass bites by improving your feel “What’s it feel like when they hit?” By Jeff Little Almost 20 years ago, I asked a fishing buddy a question still eludes me. We were fishing the Shenandoah River in West Virginia, and the water was 41 degrees. I had never caught one in water that […]

  • Masterlock Python Keeps ‘Em Honest

    Saturday, January 16, 2016

    Keep an Honest Man Honest with Masterlock Python Kayakers like to launch from remote places and often take road trips to the best fishing destinations. That means their gear is often left outside exposed to those folks in the world that feel that the best way to get something is take it away from someone […]

  • A Sharp Eye Catches More Kayak Fish

    Wednesday, January 6, 2016

    Language of the Line Leads You to More Kayak Fish By Jeff Little In Little League we are taught, “Keep your eye on the ball.” Yet in fishing, much emphasis is placed on “feeling the bite”. In the quest for more feel, anglers spend more of their hard earned paychecks on the highest modulus graphite […]

  • McBride’s Tackle Tips — Hook Replacement

    Monday, January 4, 2016

    Avoid snags and painful hookups with Jerry McBride’s tips on hook replacement. Jerry takes you step by step through the process of changing out the trebles on your big crankbaits and topwater and replacing them with single hooks. Take note that sometimes you need to keep existing trebles in place in order to maintain the […]

  • Which vest to invest in to personally float

    Monday, December 28, 2015

    Our resident redneck Chris Funk shows a couple of the basic considerations to ponder while choosing which vest to invest in to ensure your safety and survival while fishing from a kayak. PDFs come in many shapes and forms, but the basics for kayak fishing are to find one that both fits the way your […]

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