REVIEW: Yak Gear Fish Stik Measuring Board

When the Yak Gear Fish Stik hit the scene at ICAST 2017 in Orlando, two camps immediately formed. Some folks loved the product. Some folks did not. Most of the dissension revolved around the “flex” in the board at the hinged points. Many theories bubbled up about being able to gain inches with the flex and being able to manipulate Continue Reading

7 Tips for First Time Kayak Tournament Anglers

I fished my first kayak tournament a little over five years ago. While I learned a lot, I made so many mistakes. I’ve also run many tournaments over the years and seen a lot of stuff that could have been avoided. Hopefully these seven things I think every kayak tournament angler should know will help you in avoiding many of Continue Reading

2016 KBF OPEN Toledo Bend Final Results

The two day KBF Open on Toledo Bend is in the books and a winner has been crowned. Matthew Scotch of Texas, who finished second last year, was the 2016 Champion. Scotch finished with 103.25 inches. The winning pattern was fishing grass in up to 12 feet of water, throwing a five inch worm with a slow retrieve. With his Continue Reading

Four Reasons Ike is Good For Kayak Fishing

When the news that Mike “Ike” Iaconelli was sporting a Hobie Pro Angler 14 released last week, the reactions were mixed. Some thought it was pretty cool. Others thought it was a paid endorsement and ended at that. Ike is good for kayak fishing. It is a strong move and makes for strong opinions no doubt but is a good move for Continue Reading

National – Kayak Bass Fishing

Kayak Bass Fishing Open Series Events 2016 KBF OPEN – Kentucky Lake – March 17th 2016 KBF OPEN – West Virginia, September 2nd – 3rd 2016 KBF OPEN – Toledo Bend – October 14-15th Kayak Bass Fishing Trail Events Old Hickory – April 22-23 Lake Guntersville – May 13-14 Wheeler Lake – August 5-6 For more information visit Kayak Bass Fishing Please follow and like us:

KBF Challenge Series

Contributed by Richard Penny Tournament fishing and recreational fishing are typically two different mindsets. Kayak Bass Fishing (KBF) has recently introduced an online tournament series which allows these mindsets to work together. The monthly series is setup by Region and runs for 30 days. Anglers use the CPR or Catch-Photo-Release Format to document their catch via TourneyX. Anglers compete for Continue Reading

Tuesday on Knot Right Kayak Fishing: Danica Honeycutt!

Chad Hoover is joined by budding country music star, Danica Honeycutt, at the Northeast Alabama Hunting Preserve for some big bass action on their pristine and private lakes. The Knot Right Kayak Fishing with Chad Hoover episode, Kayak Fishing with Danica Honeycutt, airs Tuesday, November 25th at 3:30 p.m. EST* on NBC Sports. Check the full show schedule at: http://bit.ly/1tnlBhk. Continue Reading

Topwater Tactics for Late Spring River Bass

Late spring in North Carolina is a time when you will still find a few river bass on beds, but most are in the post-spawn stage and quickly moving toward the summer bite.  Lately I have been sneaking out for a couple of hours in the early morning and hitting the river before work.  I have been fishing topwater baits Continue Reading

NCKFA Battle in the Boro 2012 Recap

Although work and family life have limited my spring fishing, there was a recent light at the end of the tunnel – the North Carolina Kayak Fishing Association Battle in the Boro 2012.  This event has been held annually for the past few years and draws most of the top bass fishermen from North Carolina as well as a few from surrounding states.  The Continue Reading

2012 Wilderness Ride 135 – STS Install

I decided to add the STS – Silent Traction System to the kayak after going out for the first time because I was hitting the kayak with my paddle and just moving around in the kayak seemed to be too loud. I picked up both the kit and the two large square sections of the STS to rig on my Continue Reading

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