Ocean Kayak Malibu Pedal Kayak Announced

The kayak pioneers at Ocean Kayak are proud to announce the launch of a revolutionary pedal-driven kayak that merges effortless transport, versatility, and proven pedal drive technology. Welcome Malibu Pedal, Ocean Kayak’s latest—a watercraft that raises the bar for effortless transport, ease of use, pedal performance, and hands-free fun! It’s fun, zippy, stable and offers turn-on-a-dime performance. Ocean Kayak Malibu Continue Reading

A "Different" Feeling

Sometimes it’s impossible to explain…the random thoughts about “the next cast” that wake you up in the middle of the night, the severe anticipation about the early morning’s events that distract you from everything else, the different “pep in your step” as you load the kayak and gear like it’s your first time ever…whatever it is, sometimes it just feels different. This time Continue Reading

A Werner Weekend

This past weekend was an awesome couple of days for Virginia’s Werner Paddles angling team. Danny Mongno from Werner Paddles, along with the film crew of John and Hunter, made the trip to tidewater Virginia to film for Werner’s upcoming series of paddles…designed for kayak fishing! Needless to say, the entire team was more than excited to be apart it! The plan Continue Reading

Rainy Day Redfish

Monday, the dreaded start of the tiresome work week. The normally beautiful day that serves as a reminder of the crappy weather that ruined your previous weekend. If you’re like me and decide to take off work to fish on Monday, the crappy weather will normally follow suit. I got an early start with plans to stay out all day. Continue Reading

Searching the Flats

This past week was much friendlier to the mid-Atlantic tidewater fishermen. Cooler temps and low winds sparked the interests of local cobia hunters as well as the flats anglers. If the forecasted temperature under 90 degrees didn’t get me excited, the projected winds of 0-7 knots sure did!   As usual, I found myself in familiar waters probing the flats Continue Reading

Sight Fishing Tips…Salt Style

“Picture this”… You’re standing in the cockpit of your super stealthy kayak while slowly cruising the salty flats, you spot a small school of redfish a mere 20 feet away. You stop and attempt to make a cast at the school only to blow them out like you threw in a stick of dynamite. Few things can get an anglers Continue Reading

Slump Busting Convict

“Scoping the rocks”  Photo credit: Joe Underwood The last month and a half have been more than a little frustrating as trip after trip ended in disappointment.  Near trophy sized cobia and massive black drum came oh so close, but alas, they snubbed their noses at my offerings.  Small triggerfish around the 1st island and lunch break bassin’ are cool Continue Reading

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