Kayak Fishing Ultimate Resource

  • Central Coast Slam Down

    The Fourth Annual Central Coast Slam Down, formally known as the Cambria Slam Down, will take place on September 19, 2015 along the San Luis Obispo County coastline. Anglers from all areas of California will be meeting to compete for the many prizes being offered at this year’s event. We can guarantee good times with great people, lots of laughs, an abundance of fish stories, along with a bit of friendly competition for all those who participate Read More
  • Ultralights - One Man's Setup

    Although the definition of "ultralight angling" is probably suited for a lengthy debate during the dead of winter, the most common attribute is probably "lighter than normal line for bigger than normal fish." Read More
  • YakAngler's Inside and Out - Episode 2

    Earlier in the year, The Kayak Fishing Show with Jim Sammons attended the Kayak Fishing Boondoggle in the Everglades. We thought it would be cool for everyone to see what goes into making a prime time fishing show. Follow Jameson behind the scenes in YakAngler’s Inside and Out Episode 2 – Behind The Kayak Fishing Show. Read More
  • Tennessee State Championship

    The six major kayak tournament series in the state of Tennessee have come together to pick one true champion for the state through an invitation-only kayak tournament on Sept 26 -27. Read More
  • YakAttack LLC Ranks No. 507 on the 2015 Inc. 5000

    Burkeville, VA, August 12, 2015 – Inc. magazine today ranked YakAttack LLC No. 507 on its 34th annual Inc. 5000, an exclusive ranking of the nation's fastest-growing private companies. Read More
  • Downsize Your Tackle - Pack a Day Box

    Have you ever opened your tackle tray and wondered why you have all these deep-diving crankbaits when you’re fishing in a grassy, five-acre pond? Most of us have had this moment. I shake my head when I see an angler load seven rods and ten trays of lures into an already-overburdened kayak. Read More
  • Within Reach - Back to the Basics

    Let's face it - the kayak fishing community has grown by leaps and bounds over the past few years. With ICAST just finishing up in mid-July, there are so many great new products, gizmos and gadgets on the market to deck out your kayak. It will make your head spin, or maybe just make you go into debt! Regardless, it's great to see the growth this activity has brought to the kayak and the fishing industry. Read More
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Recent Reviews

Fenix "HL55" high-intensity waterproof headlamp
 
5.0
"When it comes to launching or recovering the kayak in the dark, it seems like I go through two or three headlamps a year. I’m not easy on gear, plus I’m always looking for newer/better/brighter. I’ll squash one and break it, or waterproof isn’t REALLY waterproof and the salt water takes its toll. I think I have found a lifetime headlamp in the Fenix HL55. As LED technology has continued to improve and drop in price, the brighter Cree-based..."
McAlpine Dam Harrison Ave Ramp
 
4.0
"You have to watch the water levels at this launch. They close the ramp if the water is too high for boats to launch, but even if the ramp is open the water can be pretty tough for kayakers. When the water is down we have caught a TON of fish from this launch. Fish the hydros across from the ramp for sauger, hybrids, and even smallmouth. You can drift back from the hydros and drop a dead..."
Hobie "Pro Angler 12"
 
4.4
"At the Hobie Bass Open on Kentucky Lake earlier this month I was able to finally fish out of the Hobie Pro Angler (PA) 12. I’ve pedaled and paddled it twice at Outdoor Retailer but never got a chance to fish out of it for a full review. There wasn’t much I didn’t like about the larger Pro Angler 14 and there wasn’t much I didn’t like about the PA 12. There were only a few dislikes about the..."

Lake Martin

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Access Type:
Kayak/Canoe Access
Latitude:
30.20362640048994
Longitude:
-91.90115266233522
Water:
Freshwater
Water Type:
Lake
Species:
  • bass largemouth
  • gar
  • panfish
  • perch
Parking:
Yes
Launch Fees:
No
Cart Needed:
Yes
Difficulty:
Easy
Lake not far from Lafayette, LA. Famous for the wildlife and scenery, photographers are frequent visitors. The lake is home to the usual South Louisiana freshwater species. Please Note: sections of the lake/swamp are closed during certain months due to alligator mating and hatching season. There are usually signs up informing visitors when those times are..

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