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Welcome to “On the Line”, a YakAngler  exclusive blog. The only way to see this content is to check it out here.  I can hear the question already, “Why another blog Chris?”  Here is the answer:

Each of the blogs I work on serve different purposes. Lots of folks post whatever topics and thoughts they have on one place. Organizationally this makes it tough on you the reader to read just about the topics you want to know about. This blog on YA will be an outlet for people to ask questions and for me to answer them. By leaving comments and inviting others to do so as well, I can answer lots of questions that so many are asking.

Each new winter and spring as kayak fever catches another 200,000 people, the questions come up about paddles, PFDs, what do you think about this or that, how do I do this or that and other questions. “On the Line” will be a way for me to answer those questions. I’ll also be able to share interesting adventures, tips and tricks and a few thoughts about subjects that are buzzing around the forums.

“On the Line” content is for you, the YakAngler consumer, and is designed to engage with you, not just write about a sponsor’s product that requires an article. Keep in mind, I am a tell it like it is person. If you ask for my opinion, you will get the truth and all of it. This is a bit of a new concept and it will evolve over time as the YakAngler patrons help form it. Check back each and every Tuesday for some fresh content.

If you have some topics you think need to be discussed, leave them in the comments section below. If you have a question, feel free to do the same. My aim is for this to be a very interactive blog.

So there is my intro. What do you want to talk about?

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Chris Payne

I've been fishing over 30 years and the majority of my time on the water has been spent in Texas with the occasional trips out of state. In 2003 I bought my first kayak and a new era in my fishing life was born. I learned the ropes quickly about gear, paddling, fishing, packing, safety and got a degree from the school of hard knocks with a major in kayak fishing. I learned a lot of ways to not do something.

I love kayak fishing and I want to share it with as many people as possible. That's the bottom line. 

www.kayakfishingblog.com

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