Winner’s Circle: An Interview with Kristine Fischer

In this first installment of Winner’s Circle, I talk to Kristine Fischer, the winner of the Hobie Bass Open Series on Kentucky Lake. I’ve followed Kristine’s climb through the ranks over the years and can say I’m not surprised she stood atop the podium after the two-day event in Tennessee. I borrowed a few minutes of her prep time for Continue Reading

REVIEW: Logix Baits Sinister Craw

Yesterday I launched the first review of Logix Baits we have done here at Payne Outdoors and today I’m following up with another. For review today I’ll share my thoughts on a 4-inch soft plastic craw from Logix Baits called the Sinister Craw. About the Logix Baits Sinister Craw A near perfect craw imitation, the Logix Sinister Craw will make Continue Reading

REVIEW: Logix Baits BB Glide Swimbait

I love finding new bait companies to try out their wares and see if I can find a real home run hitter. This week I’m submitting my review for not one but two Logix Baits lures. Up first is the Logix Baits BB Glide, a medium-sized, hard swimbait meant to glide at the top of the water column and trigger Continue Reading

Hobie Bass Open Series Events Approaching

Hobie is happy to announce numerous upcoming events in their new elite-level kayak series, the Hobie Bass Open Series (B.O.S.), with tournaments still open for kayak angler participation. The first upcoming tournament will be held on Kentucky Lake, Kentucky, May 18-19; the next on Lake Fork, Texas, June 1-2; and another event June 29-30 on Michigan’s Lake St. Clair. Morgan Continue Reading

Texas Temporarily Closes Alligator Gar Fishing

AUSTIN –  Due to flooding conditions on the Trinity River, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is temporarily prohibiting fishing for alligator gar in portions of the river between the Highway 287 bridge near Cayuga and State Highway 7 near Crockett.  TPWD Executive Director Carter Smith issued the emergency order on Monday, May 6, to temporarily prohibit taking or attempting to take alligator gar in Continue Reading

NEW: YETI LoadOut GoBox for Camping

The YETI LoadOut GoBox leaves nothing to be desired when it comes to utility and durability. Designed for secure organization, this versatile gear fortress is ideal both on-the-go, or back at basecamp. YETI is offering the chance to win a kitted out YETI LoadOut GoBox™ curated by YETI Ambassador Conrad Anker. People can enter for a chance to win a Continue Reading

Social Media Helping Texas Game Wardens Catch Lawbreakers

Each month the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department publishes some interesting Game Warden field notes. This month it was very apparent that social media is helping them catch lawbreakers. From the Game Warden Field Notes: Oh, Snap! In the early morning hours of March 30, a Morris County game warden received a text informing him there was a video on Continue Reading

Three Safety Tools for Kayak Fishing

When thinking about kayaking, fishing and kayak fishing accessories, some of the things that many people overlook are safety accessories. Over the last decade I’ve come to rely on three safety tools that have proven worthwhile in emergent and less than desirable conditions. Safety Knife for Kayak Fishing A knife is one of the most vital tools a kayaker would need on the water Continue Reading

What’s a Good Kayak Paddle Under $100

One of the first questions a first time kayak owner asks is, “What’s a good paddle for under $100?” That’s a harder question than it seems.  Not every paddler has the same kayak, we all fish varying water types in different conditions, we have different physical characteristics, and have differing financial resources. The first place to check is your local Continue Reading

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