Category: Fishing Tips

Camping How To for Beginners in the Outdoors

Contributed by Personal Creations Blog You’ve been looking forward to this for a while. A long weekend of camping with your family, who get to learn about nature by being a part of it for a couple of nights. The lack of bathroom and shower...

Picking a PFD

You have the kayak but now you need a life jacket (Personal Flotation Device,PFD). What should you look at? What should you buy? Here are some things to know when picking a pfd. In PFDs there are three basic styles. #1- Inflatables– These are lightweight...

Unspoken Boat Ramp Laws

Not all kayakers use boat ramps to launch but if you do there are unspoken rules you should know about. Unfortunately many who have never fished out of power boats may not have ever been introduced to boat ramp etiquette. Today, I’ll try to remedy...

Four Best Bass Rods Under $100

Bass fishermen can be frugal. That’s no secret. Money is often a factor for the majority of folks when choosing a new rod or two. When the money is $100 or less and you need quality and multipurpose, these four bass rods are at the...

Five Killer Baits for Early Spring

Everyone is looking for an edge as tournament season gets started. Some folks might be looking for a new bait or style. The ones listed below are five of my favorite baits for early spring. Hopefully you can use the info to catch a few more and...

Cold Weather Tackle Choices for Bass

Written by Rafael Vargas, Courtesy of HobieCat Cold season is here and for some of us bass bites tend to slow down substantially. As the anticipation for spawning season builds, we can’t help but daydream about the upcoming spring days. Meanwhile, we have two options;...

VIDEO: Tackle Organization

Anglers each have their own tackle organization system. Sometimes it’s chaos in a bucket, sometimes and OCD overload and most are somewhere in between. We wanted to get a closer look at how some of the names in the sport handle their tackle organization and...

Winter River Bass Fishing Tips

Contributed by John Henry Boatright Inevitably it happens, every year. In the words of the Starks, “Winter is coming.” You can’t avoid it and neither can I, but you don’t have to let Old Man Winter ruin your river fishing. Instead, use his tricks against...

Deep Cranking with No Anchor

Contributed by Craig Dye, Wilderness Systems Pro Staff When most think of chunking big deep diving crankbaits from a kayak they think of using an anchor. I personally have never liked using anchors when kayak bass fishing. I know some live and die by it...

Bring The Smack Talk

Contributed by Thomas Philippi, Wilderness Systems Pro Staff   Competitors are always trying to gain any edge they can to defeat their foes.  Professional athletes talk trash trying to intimidate their opponents.  Gamesmanship, often called smack talk, can even be heard in local kayak fishing...

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