13 Kayak Fishing Tips for Beginners

Kayak fishing can be daunting for beginners. Some of these anglers have been bank stomping their entire lives while others are downsizing from power boats. Floating on a piece of plastic and chasing fish of varying sizes, some bigger than your vessel is a great end goal but before you get there, you should work through some things that every Continue Reading

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

12 Tips for Beginning Kayak Anglers

I originally compiled this tips list for kayak fishing several years ago. I’ve retooled it a bit and wanted to reintroduce it since we have approximately 500,000 more people fishing from kayaks since its initial release. As always, if you have something to add, drop us a comment and please share with your friends. 1. Learn to Paddle a Kayak 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

Four Tips for First Time Kayak Buyers

It’s that time of year. New kayaks are hitting the showroom floors. This is also the season when people start thinking of getting a kayak in the hopes of an early Spring. Many times those people thinking about it will be first time owners. Kayak fishing forums are lighting up with requests about which boats to look at, which one is Continue Reading

Bass Fishing Pre-Frontal Conditions in Late Fall

  Contributed by John Henry Boatright Not many people enjoy bass fishing in the rain in late fall, but count me in. Especially when that rain precedes a cold front. As the days lengthen and the temperatures drop I hawk the forecast like an amateur meteorologist. Yesterday the tone was set, I had a few hours and the chance to Continue Reading

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