• Kayak Fish Video Magazine Set to Debut!

    Tuesday, February 16, 2016

    The first issue of the monthly Kayak Fish Video Magazine is set to debut soon in both standard website and mobile views and features the top names in the sport of kayak fishing chasing game fish in both the salt and fresh water, with plenty of surprise features and great tips for the kayak fishing […]

  • Robert Field Picks Winner of Sailfish Smack Down

    Friday, February 5, 2016 contributor Robert Field of YakFish TV competed in the 2016 Extreme Kayak Fishing Sailfish Smack Down Jan. 30 to 31 and along the way kept social media abreast of the developments at the Pompano Beach tournament, including posts on the Facebook pages of Kayak Fish and Yak Fish TV. At the Captain’s Party Friday […]

  • Grind it out kayak fishing pays off

    Tuesday, January 26, 2016

    Better late than never if you grind it out kayak fishing By Rex “Del Rey” DeGuzman We’ve all been there… it’s getting late in the day and it’s been a slow grind to find the fish. Somewhere between the potential disappointment of not coming out with a solid fish for the trip and the optimism […]

  • Kayakers Encounter A Whale Shark

    Sunday, January 24, 2016

    Halco and Lowrance pro staffer Roscoe Rautenbach was kayaking with his crew off South Africa when the kayakers ecounter a whale shark and capture some beautiful video of the monstrous, yet mild mannered, beast. The full version of the video, which can be found on YouTube, includes a tuna trolled up on a Halco lure […]

  • 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 […]

  • Tandem fishing fun on the Hobie PA17

    Sunday, January 17, 2016

    Jerry McBride and the gang put the Hobie Pro Angler 17 to good use on the coastal waters of the Florida panhandle, having some tandem fishing fun with redfish stacked up on a bridge.

  • Warm Up to Some Mexico Beach Reds

    Friday, January 8, 2016

    Join Jerry McBride as he guides us to some great action on Mexico Beach reds. Jerry and pals are using the latest minnow imitation lures to find the biters. The quality reds are stacked up along a grassbed, cruising the edges and marauding schools of glass minnows. It’s some fun action you will enjoy watching. […]

  • Dry suit saves experienced kayakers life!

    Monday, December 21, 2015

    Overconfidence Can Kill, a Dry Suit Can Save Complacency and overconfidence can kill anglers in cold water and a dry suit is a must for Great Lakes anglers, who face some of the coldest water around. No one dies in this video that friend Richard Ofner of Windsor, Ontario, shared with us. Which is always a […]

  • Nimble Kraken 13.5 hunts down fish

    Monday, December 21, 2015

    Kraken 13.5 plenty able to handle rough water By Paul Lebowitz Jackson Kayak’s original big water fishing cruiser the Kraken has a little brother. Underestimating it would be a mistake. The new Kraken 13.5 is designed to be just as fond of boisterous water. It’s just a little more prone to wander – maneuverability will […]

  • MC Weedless An All Terrain Swimbait

    Thursday, December 17, 2015

    MC Weedless Swimbaits Great In Heavy Cover and Open Water By Rich Holland Developed in the heart of Southern California’s saltwater kayak fishing grounds of La Jolla, Corey Sanden’s MC Weedless is the choice of kayak anglers who like to throw swimbaits deep into cover to catch everything from bull calico bass to lunker largemouth. […]

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