Wilderness Systems ATAK Overview

The Wilderness Systems A.T.A.K. (Advanced Tactical Angling Kayak) has been one of the most highly anticipated releases from a major kayak manufacturer in recent memory. The secrecy around this kayak, the teasing with partial pictures on social media, and the long prototyping process have added to the allure. The ATAK gleans some of the best features from existing Wilderness Systems Continue Reading

Kayak Crankin' with Efficiency

When it comes to fishing tournaments from a single launch with 30 other anglers, or not having the option to run 10 miles up lake to another spot, throwing a crankbait is the most efficient and productive way to find bass from a kayak.  Crankbaits allow depths from 6 inches down to 25 feet to be fished quickly and efficiently.  Continue Reading

First Flounder on the Fly

He may not be the biggest Flounder, but I achieved my goal to get my first one on the Fly this past Sunday from my Commander 140. I made it a goal of mine late last year to specifically target Flounder with the Fly Rod this coming year when they move back in the river. I shard my idea with Continue Reading

First Trip, First Lost Fish, First Blank… a Tough Day!

It’s been several weeks since my daughter completed a few trips into sheltered water to master some basic safety drills and her paddling technique. There’s still a lot of work to do before I’m fully happy with her, though there’s not a week that goes by without her nagging as to when she’s actually going to go fishing!. I’d hoped Continue Reading

Wilderness Systems Commander 140

Recently I have had quite a few people ask me what I think about my Commander 140 and would it be a good fit for them. Well now that I have had it for a little over 4 months and put many fishing trips in it, I thought it would be a good time for a solid review of the Commander. I Continue Reading

The Fish Rules App for Iphone

I recently came across this handy little app called Fish Rules App for Iphone. The Fish Rules App includes saltwater fishing regulations for Federal and State waters in North / South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Louisianna, Mississippi, Alabama, and Texas. One of the unique features of the app is that it uses your phone’s GPS and calendar to show only the regulations of Continue Reading

Windy Blues

I was able to get out for a few hours this past Saturday. I knew it was going to be a challenge with the wind but I did not want to waste an opportunity to get out. With the tide being super low I was pretty sure I would have a hard time locating many Redfish, so I moved to plan B. I decided Continue Reading

First Redfish on a Fly Rod….

It took a lot longer than I had expected, but this past Saturday I finally caught my first Redfish on the fly. I have caught Snook, Trout, Largemouth Bass, Panfish, Gar, Ladyfish all on a fly rod. The Redfish however had eluded me for quite a while now, so I made it one of my fishing goals for this year Continue Reading

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