Kayak Fishing Ultimate Resource

  • March in Minnesota

    March From the perspective of a kayak fisherman in Minnesota, the month of March can be a little disheartening. The ice fishing season for gamefish has just ended (walleye, pike, bass, etc.) The only local ice fishing to be done now is pan-fish or rough fish. Ice-out on local lakes is usually the middle of April to the first part of May. Hang in there… Read More
  • Hobie Worlds Moves To The Far East

    The competitors at the 2015 Hobie Fishing World Championship will have their work cut out for them fishing the Shang Lake in Changshu, China. This is the first time we’ve even heard of their target species for the event, topmouth cutter, yellowcheek carp and Chinese perch. Strange waters and unknown species are sure to test newcomers to Chinas waters. Read More
  • The Simple Things

    Catching bass isn’t just about finding the right locations, patterns and lures. I consider it to be a mental game just like golf. Sure, you can beat the banks while chatting with your fishing partners and taking in the scenery, and you will most likely have a bass impale itself on your lure. But, if you aren’t on point, with your gear, technique, and concentration, you are missing a world of opportunities.  Read More
  • Cleanup Day scheduled at Minneapolis' Lake Rebecca Park Reserve

    The Minnesota Kayak Fishing Association, a Twin Cities-based non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of the sport of kayak fishing, is partnering with the Three Rivers Park District to host a park clean up day at the Lake Rebecca Park Reserve in Minneapolis. Read More
  • Fly fishing in the wind - making a stripping basket

    When fishing from a kayak, space is always a concern. When fly fishing in windy conditions, line management is a big issue. You can always up your fly rod size and cast a lower cast, but when you’re stripping the line to the deck it can get out of control. Read More
  • King for a Day

    Super Bowl Sunday. Hmmm...love the Seahawks, but I LOVE fishing even more. I have a streak of five consecutive months where I have caught a king salmon from a kayak in the saltwater out of Homer, AK! I’ve called Alaska home since 1971, and even I can’t believe you can catch fish like this! It’s unreal! Read More
  • The 2015 Midwest Kayak Fishing Series

    The Midwest Kayak Fishing Series started in 2014 under the creative ambition of tournament director Raf Vargas. 101 anglers registered for at least one event. Over $10,000 in prizes was awarded, and a 2014 Hobie Outback was the top prize for the grand champion. Along with the fat prize packages, nearly $4,000 was raised for Heroes on the Water. Two Heroes on the Water chapters were given brand new Hobie “Outback” kayaks, with leftover money going to the group. Read More
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Recent Reviews

Stohlquist "Fisherman" PFD
 
5.0
"I’ve used the Stohlquist Fisherman PFD for over 2 years and have nothing but compliments about it. #1 it is comfortable, if a PFD is not comfortable you will not wear it. The Fisherman has a high back which allows me to sit comfortable in Jackson, Native, Hobie, and Wilderness framed seats. The sides and lower back are vented so you don’t feel like your roasting in an oven when wearing it on a hot summer day...."
Malibu "Mini X"
 
3.4
"I was lucky enough to borrow a Malibu Mini X for over a year from the owner of Kayak Fishing Radio Chip Gibson. Used in specific situations the Mini X excels, but I wouldn't recommend it if you fish large bodies of water frequently. The Malibu Mini X has many great features but is by no means a good “all around kayak”. Let’s start with what I like about the Malibu Mini X Light weight – The Malibu..."
Tackle Shack
 
4.0
"Finding our selves without kayaks at 7 pm Friday night, we were in a scramble. Adam and I needed to get our hands on some form of roto-molded flotation device to use on our last fishing day in Florida. We stopped by a small kayak shop in Largo but they didn't have any rentals left. Three calls to other shops “without naming names” ended in “Sorry but we can’t help you”. Our final stop was a..."
Colonel Island

Colonel Island

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August 10, 2014  
 
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Access Type:
Kayak/Canoe Access
Latitude:
31.699275768756067
Longitude:
-81.29592074792788
Water:
Saltwater
Water Type:
Marsh
Species:
  • crab
  • drum
  • flounder
  • redfish
  • shark
  • trout
Parking:
Yes
Launch Fees:
No
Cart Needed:
Yes
Difficulty:
Easy
There is a dock with a ramp that connects floating docks that can be used for launching..

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