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YETI Loadout Bucket

REVIEW: The YETI Loadout Bucket

The circle I spend a lot of my outdoor time in is kayak fishing. When the YETI Loadout Bucket was announced at ICAST 2017, the mocking, outcry, and confusion fast worked its way through the community. “A $40 bucket!?!” “I’d never use that!” “My $2...

Backwater Assassin Paddle

REVIEW: Backwater Assassin Kayak Paddle

You may have heard of Backwater Paddles over the years, and you may have even seen their Assault Hand Paddle, a one handed quick adjustment paddle for a kayak. Now they’ve taken the hook and teeth concept to a full sized, double bladed kayak paddle...

Cotton Carrier Camera Harness

REVIEW: Cotton Carrier G3 Camera Harness

A little over a month ago we introduced you to the Cotton Carrier G3 Camera Harness. We’ve run it through the paces and it’s time to weigh in. About the Cotton Carrier G3 $119 The Cotton Carrier G3 Camera Harness system is designed for the...

Shimano Launches New Chronarch MGL

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...

payne outdoors

Welcome to Payne Outdoors

Welcome to Payne Outdoors! This is a new venture for outdoorsman Chris Payne. Most of his previous projects revolved strictly around fishing and more specifically kayak fishing. This is Chris branching out a bit. Joining him on the journey will be family members, friends, and...

BOOYAH Pond Magic Spinnerbait

Since 1951, the overhead blade style spinnerbait has been used to target fish from Bass all the way to Pike. It’s one of the more versatile baits on the market and one of the best ways to catch fish with a successful hook up ratio....

Best Spinning Rods Under $50 – EVERYMAN

In this installment of the EVERYMAN Series, we are bringing you two spinning rods for under $50. I know what you’re thinking. Sure, anyone can go by the cheapy Tournament Choice or Cherrywood spinning rods for $25 to $40 but those aren’t the ones we...

Thoughts on the Vibe Sea Ghost 130

The Vibe Sea Ghost 130 is your standard sit on top kayak design. It has a package price point of $799 which includes the kayak, seat, paddle and rudder. There is also an option for a paddle and seat upgrade for a little extra cash. It...

AguaDrone: Thoughts

  Almost weekly the Kayak Fishing Blog gets a request to check out a new product that is trying to fund raise or crowd source some capital to go to market. And honestly, I rarely take the time to research it a ton. Today’s “Good...

Communicating with No Bars with goTenna

I have found myself on more than one occasion out in the wild, usually fishing andf needing to get in touch with a buddy who has paddled out of my line of sight. Cell signal is sketchy at best and the radios work sometimes when...

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