7 Things to Know From a Bass Boat to a Kayak

As people continue to discover kayak fishing as an alternative to power boats ( bass boat ), the questions often come up about the differences. Some of the first answers are the quiet, serenity, oneness with nature etc. Beyond that are some differences fishing in kayaks that every powerboat guy should know first. Gear You know that 300 pounds of Continue Reading

LIVETARGET Sardine Twitchbaits Dominate Oversized Blackfins

Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON (April 17, 2018) –  LIVETARGET Sardine- Professional angler and television personality Henry Waszczuk knows a thing or two about chasing the denizens of the briny deep. As host of Fishing the Flats & More, Waszczuk patrols the warm waters of the Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico in pursuit of the high seas’ hardest fighting, most sought-after predators. These are Continue Reading

No Pro Fishing Convo Facebook Group

For the last five years, I’ve tried to be a voice of reason in the wilderness of fishing promotions, hype, and advertising. On my website, this website, I get to say and do whatever I want at any point without major repercussion from anyone. Except maybe my wife. In Facebook land, however, it’s hard to break through the noise. Anytime Continue Reading

When My DIY Cart Failed Me in the Boonies

I’ve been a big fan of the C-TUG kayak cart from Railblaza for several years. It’s rugged, works well, and I’ve put it through hell. I tried a DIY cart and about a dozen other carts before I settled on the C-TUG. It was the only one that I felt like it wouldn’t leave me stranded. Stranded seems like a Continue Reading

Do’s and Don’ts at Boat Ramps for Kayakers

Not all kayakers use boat ramps to launch but if you do there are unspoken rules you should know about. Unfortunately many who have never fished out of power boats may not have ever been introduced to boat ramp etiquette. Here is how to avoid confrontation and even be the nice guy at the ramp. Public boat ramps can give you Continue Reading

Kayak Rigging and Accessories: Where Do I Start?

As I talk to folks both new and experienced in the kayak fishing world, gear and kayak rigging bubbles up as a subject constantly. Having been in the kayak for more than 10 years now, I have rigged quite a few boats. I have done the “all in, all at once rigging” and then the “little bit at a time Continue Reading

10 Fishing Lures from ICAST You Might Have Missed

ICAST is full of everything fishing but sometimes it’s hard to see the forest for the trees, or the Best of Show you didn’t agree with. Tackle Warehouse does an amazing job of covering the show and watching all of their videos I was able to find fishing lures I completely missed through everyone else’s coverage. These 10 baits really Continue Reading

STUDENT ANGLERS EARN SHIMANO ‘VARSITY PROGRAM’ SCHOLARSHIPS

  PARIS LANDING STATE PARK, Tenn. 6/22/17 — Shimano – in conjunction with B.A.S.S. Conservation, today named the winners of its 2017 Shimano Varsity Program scholarships. The student anglers earning the college funds include Nicolas Boyett and Chase Ditchkoff from Georgia, Patrick Durand from New Jersey, and Logan Parks from Alabama. Each student is being awarded a $3,000 scholarship to Continue Reading

7 Free Fishing Apps for Saltwater and Freshwater

Times have changed and smartphones, especially waterproof ones go everywhere with us now. In fact, I’d argue that phones are now more instant information tools than things we talk on. These 7 free fishing apps for saltwater and freshwater have been great to have with me. Since they’re free, you should check them out as well. Free to download and Continue Reading

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