Kayak Fishing Ultimate Resource

YakAngler was established by two passionate kayak anglers who wanted to create a place where users could share their stories, learn about new products and safety measures and share tricks of the trade.  Thanks to a large, growing community of kayak anglers, the site has grown to become so much more.

Today, YakAngler is a leader in the kayak fishing industry and is considered by many to be the "Ultimate Kayak Fishing Resource."  The site is owned by Advertical Media and managed by a small, dedicated team who works closely with the community and YakAngler's pro-staffers. Our success can largely be attributed to our community of experienced kayak anglers who help us to deliver high-quality articles and videos on anything that is new, relevant, instructional or entertaining.    We hope to continue this trend for years to come.

Be sure to check in regularly, visit our forums, follow us on social media, join the community and let YakAngler become your ultimate resource, too.

If you have any questions, suggestions or comments, don't hesitate to contact our Community Manager and Editor, Naomi Bolton, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

YakAngler Team:

Naomi Bolton - Community Manager, Editor

Erik Pegreus - Editor, Kayak Reviews

Klas Eliasson - Editor, YakAngler Youtube

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