Category: Fishing

Megabass Destroyer 2017

Megabass Destroyer Rods Arrive in North America

Drawing upon decades of Japanese design evolution and expertise, the long-awaited Megabass Destroyer begins its journey anew in the United States. First released in Japan in 1996, the Megabass Destroyer rod series ushered in an era of unrivaled performance, innovation, and craftsmanship that reverberated throughout...

shimano-varsity

HIGH SCHOOL ANGLERS CAN HOOK COLLEGE FUNDS WITH SHIMANO VARSITY PROGRAM

Along with helping young anglers learn more about fishing tackle and success on the water, the Shimano Varsity program for high school and college anglers is now ready to help them achieve success in higher education. Announced at its special reception for high school and...

Tranx 300 -- Tranx 400HG

Shimano Tranx Reel Offered in New Sizes

When the situation calls for a reel durable enough to cast larger lures and fight bigger fish, and is equally at home in either fresh or saltwater, Shimano offers two new sizes to its Tranx baitcasting reel series – the 300 and 400. Joining the...

Chronarch MGL 150HG

New Shimano Chronarch MGL Introduced

Offering advanced baitcasting reel technology both tournament and advance bass anglers require, Shimano introduces its re-engineered Chronarch MGL reels, now offered with lightweight Magnumlite spools and in three different gear ratios models. Weighing-in at 6.5-ounces, the six reels in the series include the Chronarch MGL...

kayaks standing fishing

Kayaks You Can Stand In: What You Should Know

Standing in kayaks is the new thing. In kayaks that is. And frankly, it’s not all that new. As people flock to the sport they see commercials, ads, pictures and videos of people standing up and fishing from a variety of kayaks. I’ve seen almost...

pro staff

Pro Staff and Sponsors the Easy Way. At First.

Getting sponsors or being on a pro staff isn’t that hard. At first. As long as you are willing to pay for it. Here’s my sermon from the tackle box on why you shouldn’t do what I did. The outdoor industry has been growing rapidly for more...

fly fishing

Fly Fishing Lunch Hour Challenge

Chris Payne heads out to the creek during his lunch hour to try to find some panfish while fly fishing. During this outing he used an Orvis Battenkill 4/5 reel on an old Eagle Claw 2pc 5wt and slinging a foam spider with green legs....

Boat Ramp Etiquette

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 Tips for First Time Kayak Buyers

It’s that time of year. New kayaks are hitting the showroom floors. This is also the season when people start thinking of getting one or two new kayaks. Many times those people thinking about it will be first time owners.  Kayak fishing forums are lighting...

A Better Blog in Eight Steps

When I tell people I have a fishing blog, it invokes lots of facial expressions from surprise to admiration to confusion. Telling them that it’s more specifically a kayak fishing blog usually puzzles them. “How many people would actually read a kayak fishing blog?” is...

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