Kayak Fishing Ultimate Resource

  • Unboxing Lucky Tackle Box - November 2015

    In a recent conversation with my good friend and business partner Mark Watanabe, we decided that we would subscribe to a couple of monthly subscription boxes to see if they are worth the money. After doing a quick Google search, which revealed hundreds of options, we each picked one to try out for three months. Read More
  • 2015 Christmas Wish List

    The Halloween decorations are now in the clearance bins - but they were sharing shelf space with Christmas lights, Santas, and snowmen. Thoughts of turkey and stuffing are reminders that we’re getting close to the holiday gift-giving season! Read More
  • Accent Paddles Announces "Hero Angler" program to support HOW

    The Hero Angler program is a partnership that Accent Paddles has created with Heroes on the Water. It is a program to further support the Heroes on the Water cause, which is supporting our nation’s veterans and military personnel and their families to reintegrate into a more positive daily life through kayak fishing. Read More
  • Fifth Annual Hobie Fishing World Championship Results

    The Fifth Annual Hobie Fishing World Championship is in the book. Kayak anglers from around the world fished Shang Lake for three days chasing top mouth culter, yellow cheek carp, and Chinese perch. Read More
  • Unboxing BattleBox Mission 1 - Is It Worth It?

    Many kayak anglers not only like fishing and kayaking gear, but also outdoor and survival gear. We decided to check out Battlebox subscription box to see what goodies they include in the subscription, and if the gear you get is worth the price. Read More
  • The KayakFishingBoondoggle™ Attracts Anglers from Across the U.S. in Mandeville, LA

    The KayakFishingBoondoggle™ Attracts Kayak Anglers from Across the U.S. for a Weekend of Camping, Fishing, and Fellowship at Fontainebleau State Park in Mandeville, LA Read More
  • Kayak anchoring options

    There is one piece of equipment all kayak anglers will need at one time or another to make their day less stressful on the water - an anchor. Let’s face it - wind and current are never going to go away, and there are not enough days where the winds are less than 5 mph. The choice is simple: stay home and do housework, or go fishing and use an anchor system to your advantage to combat the conditions and catch fish. Read More
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Recent Reviews

Canoe Kentucky
"We have been going to Canoe Kentucky from day one. They were our first stop after having an interest in kayak fishing. Back then the shop was 90% white water 10% kayak fishing. Boy how things have changed. While Canoe KY still has whitewater it’s now more evenly split in the store. Their shop is right on the Elkhorn Creek which is prime smallmouth waters and they offer shuttles up and down the creek and multiple take..."
ACK (Austin Kayak)
"It’s easy to have great customer service when everything is running smoothly and you don’t have any hiccups. I received a bow skirt for my Native Watercraft Ultimate 14.5. The seam on the skirt was defective and I thought ACK was going to direct me to Native for a warranty return as it clearly wasn’t their fault the skirt was damaged. NOPE I called and talked to the customer service rep and they ask that I email..."
YakAttack "CellBlok"
"The Good - The YakAttack CellBlok does a great job a managing your fishfinder, battery, transducer, and cables into a portable system that can be easily transported between multiple kayaks. I needed a solution for using a single fishfinder on multiple kayaks and he CellBlok solved this issue. It is easy to attach to any to any kayak that has tracks with a turn of two thumb screws. The battery is stored securely with enough wiggle room to hide the..."
Creve Couer Park

Creve Couer Park

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Access Type:
Kayak/Canoe Access
Water Type:
  • bass largemouth
  • carp
  • catfish
  • panfish
  • striper
  • other
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Small fish in a shallow lake. The best fishing is on the far side of the 364 bridge that spans across the lake. It is a very public park and highly populated in the summertime at the pavilions. There are no motors allowed on the water and rowing club teams practice there on a regular basis..


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