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15 Tips for Kayaking With Kids

Kayaking with kids can be exciting yet stressful at the same time. Similar to planning a fishing trip with kids, there are many things to take note of especially with regards to SAFETY. Kayak Fishing Guy has created an excellent infographic that share tips to take note when kayaking with kids. According to the infographic, one way to ensure your kids enjoy the trip is to constantly tell them that […]

An Adventure with My Son

Contributed by Chris Ritchie A few days ago, I got it in my mind that I HAD to go buy some new tackle. You know what I’m talking about. That moment where you walk into your garage and no matter how much gear you already have you stare at your stuff and wonder to yourself, “How am I ever going to catch anything with this garbage?” I loaded up the […]

The Court Jester and Lee Van Cleef

When I was very young, I remember both of my grandfathers taking me fishing. Sometimes it was on their boats, sometimes it was on the bank and sometimes in a float tube. I learned to catch perch, crappie, catfish, bass and carp. I learned different techniques, about different lures, how to cast different reels and how to watch a line. Probably the most important lesson I learned was to appreciate […]

Escaping the World’s Madness

There are times when one must escape. Running within me is a safe and secure self-taught mechanism I frequent these past few days. Today my 60′ Vizio bombards me with the brutal stunning images and photos of deceased ISIS bombers who have posed as refugees. Although serious and very concerning, I have chosen to fill my heart with what some may see as a weak, selfish attempt at adding personal […]

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Turtles Prevent Death

The idea of falling out of a kayak, also called turtling, is a major reason why people either: #1 Don’t/Won’t buy a kayak #2 Buy a particularly wide kayak This is nothing new. People don’t buy any floating vessel only to end up bobbing beside it shortly after launch but maybe they should try it. The first step in death prevention is wearing a PFD. Always. I’ll save the soap box […]

Texas Gal Making Waves in Kayak Tournaments

Contributed by Stevie Nicole Jones, aka Mama Bass As my girlfriends embark on their upcoming weekend adventures they start asking, “How should I do my hair?” “What shoes should I wear?” And I’m over here thinking about how I’m going to pee with 80 plus men around me because I’m sure the heck not leaving my spot! Now don’t get me wrong. I love shoes and hair and all the […]