VIDEO: Behind the New Sage X Rod for Fly Fishing

Sage continues to push the envelope and develop works of art that stalk fish around the globe, whether salty or fresh. The Sage X Rod is no exception.   Check out this video about the X Rod and continue reading about Sage, the design of the new rod, and the Konnetic Technology.   “The story of Sage is one of Continue Reading

VIDEO: Time Travelers Raft Grand Canyon by Chaco

The Time Travelers chronicles a scrappy group of older men, doing a young man’s adventure as a team. The USA Rafting Team has never won a world championship. With full-time jobs, families, and responsibilities, these scrappy 30-40-year olds use their free time and vacation days to train, travel the world, and race against competitors sometimes half their age. They’ve been Continue Reading

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 150 and left-hand retrieve 151 with 6.2:1 gear ratios, the 150HG and 151 HG with Continue Reading

Yak Power Now Available at Bass Pro Shops Nationwide

Southern Audio Services, Inc (SAS), maker of the Yak Power brand of quality 12v electronics control systems and accessories for fishing kayaks, is now available at all Bass Pro Shops stores nationwide. This past October they began shipping their new patent pending Power Panel switching systems (YP-RP5R) and Power Port 12v outlets (YP-PMC48S/96S/144S) to Tracker Plastics for OEM installation in Continue Reading

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 than two decades. My particular niche, kayak fishing has been exploding with growth the last Continue Reading

How Slow Should I Fish A Jig in Winter?

Jeff Little drops some awesome winter jig knowledge and how he can find good fish even with sub-40 cold water temps.  How slow should I fish a jig in Winter? I had been asked that question dozens of times before I really knew the answer. Sure, countless hours of fishing in water temperatures below 40 had taught me that the Continue Reading

VIDEO: Paralyzed Angler Finds Freedom in a Kayak

Paralyzed all of his adult life, Mike Schmitz finds freedom on the water. He shares his story with Last Cast Productions in this video. Schmitz cringes at the thought of being an inspiration but maybe he’ll let us say motivated (though inspired feels more accurate). Freedom has a new perspective beyond patriotism to him now. Once he is in the Continue Reading

VIDEO: What Knot to Use and How to Tie

  Arbor  I use this knot to connect backing to my fly reels and mono, fluoro and braid to the spools of my conventional gear. Most people prefer to back braided lines with mono because it slips on the spool at the connection point. I solve this problem by tying the arbor knot then adding a half hitch to each Continue Reading

VIDEO: Big Bass and Big Lessons in River Safety

Fall in northeast is my favorite time to kayak fish.  My top 5 days have all been during what I call “fall feed up.” When the fish are biting it can simply be electric but it is also a time when weather can play a dangerous role in any angler’s trip.  I hope this real life experience serves as a Continue Reading

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