2019 11th Annual YakAttack Benefit Tournament

Burkeville, Virginia – The 2019 11th Annual YakAttack Benefit Tournament will take place May 17-18 and will be headquartered at the Cedar Crest Conference Center at Twin Lakes State Park in Green Bay, Virginia; the same location as previous years. Registration for the tournament will open on January 13th, 2019 at 7:00 pm EST and will be capped at 200 Continue Reading

Taff Wins $100K in Kayak Bass Fishing Championship

Paris, TN – March 25, 2018 – Dwayne Taff won the Kayak Bass Fishing National Championship held on Kentucky Lake, taking home $100,000. Torqeedo renewed its longtime commitment to the sport and returned to the 2018 tournament as Title sponsor. Dwayne’s 10 fish total measured 173.50 inches, besting his closest competitor by less than two inches. Last year’s champion, Kurt Smits, won Continue Reading

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

Wilderness Systems Announces Major Kayak Tournament Sponsorships

GREENVILLE, S.C. (May 19, 2017) – Wilderness Systems will sponsor the world’s largest freshwater and saltwater tournaments in 2017, including KBF National Championship and Ride the Bull. “Wilderness Systems is dedicated to promoting, strengthening and growing the kayak fishing community,” said Evan Lyendecker, marketing director for Wilderness Systems. “We’re proud to support some of the sport’s best anglers.” In 2017, Continue Reading

Wilderness Systems Announces 2017 Kayak Angling Sponsorships 

GREENVILLE, S.C. (May 19, 2017) – Wilderness Systems will sponsor the world’s largest freshwater and saltwater tournaments in 2017, including KBF National Championship and Ride the Bull. “Wilderness Systems is dedicated to promoting, strengthening and growing the kayak fishing community,” said Evan Lyendecker, marketing director for Wilderness Systems. “We’re proud to support some of the sport’s best anglers.” In 2017, Continue Reading

The Kakalacky Classic Kayak Tournament

Kakalacky monthly online kayak tournaments with cash and sponsored company gear payouts. Live tournament championship with $5,000 first place payout. Monthly big fish Calcutta’s with 60+ species. JACKSONVILLE, FL, March 1st 2017– Welcome to the best kayak tournament on the Internet, Kakalacky. We want to bring together all kayak anglers for a competitive tournament atmosphere that will reward anglers with Continue Reading

Keith Comb's Tournament for Warriors Weekend

  Bassmaster Elite Series Pro Keith Combs is excited to announce the inaugural ‘Keith Combs Sam Rayburn Slam’ bass fishing tournament, taking place Saturday, October 29 out of Cassel Boykin Park on Lake Sam Rayburn. The tournament will benefit Warriors Weekend. The ‘Sam Rayburn Slam’ is an open team tournament with over 135% payout, with a 1st prize of $10,000 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

The Educated River Kayak Angler's Edge

Contributed by Jeff Little of Tightline Junkie Journal The Juniata River in Huntingdon, Pennsylvania was on the rise. Smallmouth moved from scattered positions mid river to tight clusters in shoreline eddies. Tributaries, swollen with the overnight rain were pumping in a stew of disoriented baitfish, stoneflies in varying stages of hatch and the occasional crustacean. So why would six tournament Continue Reading

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