The Three Reasons I Hate Kayak Fishing (A Wife's Story)

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9 Responses

  1. Katie Duran says:

    Loved this article! My husband was intraduced to kayak fishing A year ago and it has quickly become an obsession. I too understand the love hate relationship with kayak fishing!! Although I must admit I do love when I am able to join him out on the water for a few hours of fishing and wish I could go out more!

  2. Heather says:

    HEHE love this sounds a lot like my husband. If you are ever traveling through Georgia let me know we can plan a play date for the husbands 😉

  3. Thomas Philippi says:

    Awesome view of our sport. We need to keep our spouses happy!

  4. Hunter E says:

    Awesome Article. My wife has experienced all these things as well as the things you didn’t mention. There was nothing like our 2 year old boy hitting his first saltwater in the fishing kayak though!

  5. Michael Arnold says:

    Very nice, I love it!

  6. Pete C says:

    What a phenomenal article!!!
    I had my wife read this and she immediately felt a kindred spirit with the author.
    I can speak for myself when I say I never thought in a million years that my interest in the sport would grow to this level.
    Thank you to the author for capturing the sentiment that my wife has been feeling since I took up this addiction

  7. Bert Wong says:

    When Carson gets a little bigger, get a Hobie Tandem Island Adventure. Fish as a family on 1 kayak 🙂 !!!

  8. Pete C says:

    Fantastic article. My wife read it and was relieved to know other women feel similar about this crazy addiction.
    Thanks for a great article from a different perspective

  9. IBRN says:

    I’m there with you! You could have just wrote this article about my husband & our relationship concerning the Kayak fishing issue. For me it definitely is a love hate relationship. I enjoy fishing with him, but my kayak is not a comfortable Ride 115, it’s a much cheaper small Costco version. My only other complaint is, that 12 hours of fishing is WAY more than enough! Just one more cast… Or 2, or 3… One more spot… Or so… I do love that he uses this as a ministry opportunity for our youth. A way to connect when other ways fail. A way to do what he loves & share JESUS. I love that about him… Even if it means fishing for 12 hrs & being a bit uncomfortable. 🙂

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