• Kayakers! Help Riverkeepers protect waterways

    Thursday, November 5, 2015

    By Jeff Little Michael Helfrich lives in a piece of history and spends much of his time trying to protect a living resource. Michael is the Susquehanna River Riverkeeper. Michael’s home is a two-story stone house along the bank of Codorus Creek that dates back to 1761. Revolutionary author Thomas Paine lived there for a […]

  • Why do I kayak fish?

    Wednesday, November 4, 2015

    By Rex DeGuzman (aka Rex Del Rey) Why Do I Kayak Fish? About three years ago, I bought a GoPro and a kayak. My life has been a whirlwind ever since. Kayak fishing literally has changed my life. On a primitive level, it reconnected me with my islander roots. My grandfather was a commercial fisherman […]

  • Chompy and Pals Still Top Pacific Warriors

    Tuesday, November 3, 2015

    The second episode of Discovery’s Pacific Warriors brings veteran Oahu kayak fisherman Isaac Brumaghim into focus and of course includes footage from the Chompy the Shark video that was first brought to prominence by and then went viral on GrindTV with more than 15 million views. With the latest version of the newest fishing […]

  • El Niño dominates atmosphere as winter nears

    Wednesday, October 28, 2015

    By Rich Holland As burly as Chris Farley in tights, the El Niño of 2015/16 is already flexing it’s muscles. On one hand the hot water influx turned a tropical storm into the strongest hurricane ever recorded in the Western Hemisphere, and on the other has inundated Texas and Arkansas with rains pushed along by […]

  • That Was No Shark Attack, Kayak Angler Says

    Monday, October 26, 2015

    Many experienced ocean kayakers have had encounters of one kind or another with sharks. This year quite a few of the shark encounters in California have been with hammerhead sharks. Hammerhead sharks are one of the many exotic warm water visitors to the California coastline this year and the subject of at least one viral […]

  • Island spirit true in Pacific Warriors

    Friday, October 23, 2015

    Discovery’s latest extreme fishing TV series Pacific Warriors focuses on Hawaii locals who long ago mastered the art and skill of tackling the big water in search of kayak fish. A preview of the first episode provided to revealed stunning island scenery both above and below the water, big fish caught and lost, and, […]

  • Dad Nets Kayak Kid’s King!

    Wednesday, October 21, 2015

    Rudy Tsukada got some up-close video of the on-the-water fun with his son when the father and son kayak fishing team trolled up some great king salmon action just off Homer, Alaska. The pair pedaled their Hobie kayaks into a hot bite using small triangular spins as attractors. This quick scene grab captures all the […]

  • Shark Week in So Cal

    Tuesday, October 6, 2015

    Although West Coast paddlers have been reveling in unusually warm Pacific waters as the summer winds to an official end, the unseasonable water temperatures have also attracted other non-native visitors. The coastal waters of Southern California in particular have seen bumper catches of yellowtail, as well as yellowfin and bluefin tuna, dorado and marlin. Anglers […]

  • 5 Good Minutes With Viking Kayak Pro Tod Johnson

    Saturday, October 3, 2015

    By Jerry McBride Texas kayak angler Tod Johnson has made his name fishing the oil rigs miles off of the Texas Gulf coast. But his obsession starts long before that, on smaller waters. In Texas, it’s only natural that kayak fishermen seek out offshore oil rigs. “When I was 3, my father bought me my […]

  • 5 Good Minutes With Kwanza Henderson

    Thursday, October 1, 2015

    By Jerry McBride Kwanza Henderson grew up in a tough neighborhood in Miami, and lost his father when he was young. Against the odds, he has become an icon in the South Florida kayak fishing community. He’s currently working on a documentary, We Yak Too, which he hopes will inspire others to find a path […]

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