Kayak Buying Guide for Anglers Over 40

Not every person looking to buy their first kayak is a young whippersnapper of 20 or even 30. Lots of new kayak anglers are in their 40s, 50s, and 60s. Allow me a moment, to be frank. As an angler who falls into one of those age ranges, our needs are different than what we would have needed at 20.  Continue Reading

Fishing for Big Salmon in Russia

Remote, harsh and full of mystery…this is the image that appears in people‘s minds when they hear about the legendary Kamchatka, located in the far eastern corner of Russia. However, it is not unusual for professional and amateur fisherman alike, to take on the challenges of exploring this land, mainly due to the famous King Salmon, native to Kamchatka‘s waters. Continue Reading

New $800 Jackson Kayak Bite Unveiled

At $799 the Bite becomes the new standard in “price-point” fishing kayaks in its class with the increased stability, better tracking, JK comfort and accessory versatility you expect in a Jackson Kayak without skimping on quality. With the trend in price-point fishing kayaks tending towards compromise in hull quality, performance, gear management, and comfort, Jackson Kayak’s new Bite fishing kayak at $799 Continue Reading

The Morons in My Fly Fishing Spot

The workday had worn on me. Meeting after meeting after meeting. Lawsuits, RIFs, and arguing logic with illogical people had me defeated. Maybe it was time to look for different work. Maybe it was time to just drink a beer and forget about the day. I called my wife from my little commuter car and did my best to muster Continue Reading

REVIEW: ANGLR Bullseye Bluetooth Fishing Logger

The ANGLR Bullseye is a Bluetooth button that pairs with the free ANGLR app to create the “most powerful and effortless fishing intelligence in the world.” This is the second tracker from ANGLR but at a much different functionality and price point. While the original ANGLR Tracker was priced at $149 and had to be moved to each one of your rods (or Continue Reading

REVIEW: EnduroPacks Liquid Electrolytes

If you spend a lot of time in the outdoors, especially in the warmer climates, you know that hydration sometimes isn’t enough to prevent cramping. Electrolytes become important and adventurers will often reach for drinks like Gatorade to meet the need of hydration and electrolytes. The potential problem with that is sugar. Sugar can actually worsen cramps and add stomach Continue Reading

6 Sun Protection Tips for More Summer Fun

Summer, especially in the south, brings lots of fun in the sun. Plenty of options are available to make sure your fun doesn’t result in a burn. Nobody wants to spend Day 2 of their vacation smeared in aloe vera gel and walking like a zombie. These six sun protection tips will help you avoid vacation ruination. Sunscreen Sunscreen is Continue Reading

Conservation Nation: 3 Things to Know

A run down of legislation and current events surrounding conservation and the well being of our outdoors. The Modern Fish Act charges on The Modernizing Recreational Fisheries Management Act of 2017 (a/k/a The Modern Fish Act) jumped another hurdle this week.  The bill, that is seeking to update the the nation’s fisheries management system, was approved by the US Senate Continue Reading

REVIEW: Spool Speed Fishing Reel Bearings

For the better part of five years, I’ve tinkered with my fishing reels trying to get a little more performance, a little more distance, a little more longevity out of them. Reel upgrades started for me out of necessity. If I could take an $80 reel and make it perform like a $200 reel for $40 or less, it was Continue Reading

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