Why Fly Fish from a Kayak?

As kayak fishing becomes more popular by the year naturally fly fishing from a kayak is also growing in popularity. When I decided to start kayak fishing I knew I would incorporate fly fishing from the kayak as well. For me fly fishing can be one of the most rewarding types of fishing you can do. I like the whole Continue Reading

A Legend of the Flats

  As you travel from the early years to the modern day, you can recall certain individuals that helped you down the path of your angling journey. I guess you could say “mentor” or “teacher” but however you want to label it, we all know somebody that fits that title. In the beginning of my kayak fishing adventure, I was fortunate enough to Continue Reading

2013 Help Keep Emily in Her School Kayak Fishing Tournament

On Saturday, September 14th was the second annual Help Keep Emily in Her School Kayak Fishing Tournament. This years tournament was held at Kayaks By Bo in Titusville, Florida by the Rouse family. The goal was to help raise the much needed funds for their oldest daughter Emily’s school expenses. Emily is 9 years old and has been diagnosed with Chromosome Continue Reading

Temple Fork Outfitters Mangrove Series

I  recently returned from a fly fishing trip that I had been anticipating for months to the Florida Keys. During the trip I had a chance to put my new Galvan Fly Reels Torque 8 and Temple Fork Outfitters Mangrove Stick through their paces. While planning for the trip I decided that I wanted to order a Torque 8 and I also wanted a new rod Continue Reading

Great fishing in western Mexico

I just came back from a fishing trip in western Mexico, in the coastal state of Sinaloa. Home to lake El Salto, Baccarac and Huites, Sinaloa is famous for its huge bass and excellent fisheries. The lake that I visited, Picachos, is new to fishing and it doesn’t disappoint. Actually, I experimented the craziest fishing ever, having caught more than Continue Reading

Hoping and Dreaming

Virginia’s Eastern Shore is truly something special. Not only is it one of the most beautiful places in the mid-Atlantic, it’s the spring time location for an opportunity to tangle with huge red drum…The chance for a fish of a lifetime! The weather over the last couple of weeks provided high winds and rain with little chance to catch a Continue Reading

Summertime Citation Smallmouth

Ask a diehard river angler the best time of year to catch a 20 plus inch smallmouth, and they will likely talk about when the water temperature is closer to 50 degrees, not 90. Summer float trips on our local rivers typically yield an abundance of dinks. They seem to be behind every ledge rock, log, or grass patch, pecking Continue Reading

Impromptu Bronzebacks

Timing is everything.  And as of late, my struggles to get that timing right have resulted in me being stood up on my last 4 dates with Big Red.  The Eastern Shore can be so unforgiving to some, but my persistence will be rewarded… eventually. This weekend, between bleach, caulk, birthdays, leafy gutters, weed, and mommy-daddy time, I found a couple Continue Reading

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