Shimano Varsity Program Helps High School Anglers with College Funds

Along with helping young anglers learn more about fishing tackle and success on the water, the Shimano Varsity program for high school and college anglers is now ready to help them achieve success in higher education. Announced at its special reception for high school and college bass anglers following Saturday’s weigh-in at the Bassmaster Classic in Houston, for their studies Continue Reading

HIGH SCHOOL ANGLERS CAN HOOK COLLEGE FUNDS WITH SHIMANO VARSITY PROGRAM

Along with helping young anglers learn more about fishing tackle and success on the water, the Shimano Varsity program for high school and college anglers is now ready to help them achieve success in higher education. Announced at its special reception for high school and college bass anglers following Saturday’s weigh-in at the Bassmaster Classic in Houston, for their studies Continue Reading

Drew Ross : Before I Owned a Kayak

Contributed by Drew Ross Before I owned a kayak, I had several bass boats.  They were great and got me on the water often.  However, there were times I couldn’t go because I wasn’t prepared.  The batteries weren’t charged, not enough time to justify all the work, or I couldn’t find my boat key (seriously).  One of these last-minute trips Continue Reading

Use Jigs to Catch More Bass

Jigs are one of the most versatile, effective and easy to use lures ever made. Jigs for More Bass Jig fishing is the go-to presentation for many bass anglers. Jigs are effective and easy to fish. Where I grew up in Louisiana, bumping a jig into a cypress tree trunk and letting it slide to the bottom is a staple of Continue Reading

 Kayak Fishing Retention Ponds

Some areas of the United States have limited or overcrowded space for anglers to fish. In fact, it’s hard for anglers to get out and go fishing. However, anglers are going to find water. Some will try ponds. They can be the best option next to building your own tank. Located throughout the United States, retention ponds have become fishing Continue Reading

Green Grass and Big Bass Forever

Words and Photos By Brad Wiegmann In a place you can only dream of, where you are always free to move in your kayak, the challenge is not how long you stay, but how far can you go. It’s a place of green grass and low water forever. Professional bass angler, Scott Canterbury, knows where there’s grass, there will be big Continue Reading

Post Spawn Bass in the Grass

This article originally appeared in the Summer 2015 Issue of Kayak Bass Fishing Magazine. Click here to see it. Contributed by Drew Haerer Throughout the majority of the northeast, mid- to late June signifies that start of the post-spawn period. This period can be notoriously tough, as post spawn bass recover from the spawn. But that doesn’t mean that they Continue Reading

Winter River Bass Fishing Tips

Contributed by John Henry Boatright Inevitably it happens, every year. In the words of the Starks, “Winter is coming.” You can’t avoid it and neither can I, but you don’t have to let Old Man Winter ruin your river fishing. Instead, use his tricks against him and learn to keep putting river bass in your yak through the cold months Continue Reading

Born on the Bayou

Contributed by Dustin Schouest Let me start this with a story from my past…. I grew up beside a bayou in Pointe Aux Chenes, up until I was three. I remember watching alligators and turtles on the bank from the sanctity of my front door. Then when I was three we moved to Bourg, only ten minutes away. Bisecting the Continue Reading

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