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One of the things that I love about fishing in general and about kayak angling specifically, is the problem solving. Each day and each location are full of constantly changing variables that make each situation unique. That means that there's always some amount of on-the-spot problem solving to be done. But even beyond that, there are larger problem solving opportunities that come with the…
Friday, 18 March 2016 14:44

2015 New Species

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The 2015 fishing season was a good one for me. The kayak fishing season for me started in April when the ice came off the lakes and continued up until November. I was able to get into four new species which I had never landed before from my kayak. Those species are as follows:
Monday, 29 February 2016 19:17

Spring Crappie Fishing

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Crappie get targeted often during the ice fishing season in Minnesota and then get overlooked during the open water months. Minnesota is home to both species of Crappie (White and Black) but the Black Crappie is more commonly found here. My favorite time to fish for big Crappie is a month or so after the ice out. As the ice…
Wednesday, 24 February 2016 16:16

Backwater Bassin'

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It's nearing the end of February here in Minnesota which means Cabin Fever is setting in! I still have a small list of modifications I want to add to my kayak and a few things that need replacing which I'm hoping to wrap up in the coming weeks. Our fishing season for Bass, Walleye and Pike closes this weekend and…
Friday, 08 January 2016 17:56

The Quest for Kayak Flathead - II

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So with my last post I sort of went on at length about the process I went through to determine what stretch of which river was going to be the starting point for my quest. It was a lot to wade through, but it was an important phase, and getting past it gets us closer to the good stuff.   The smaller tributary…
Thursday, 24 December 2015 17:36

The Quest for Kayak Flathead

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  Prologue  One of my current yakangling goals is to catch and land a trophy flathead catfish. I thought it might be interesting to simply chronicle my quest, sharing my research, my efforts, my results, etc. I started this pursuit last season, so I'll recap from the beginning and catch up to this present season.    Backstory My history is primarily bass…
Tuesday, 15 December 2015 12:35

Hottest Kayak/Fisherwoman On The Planet!

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Kayak anglers are know for many things but a male dominated sport it is. Recently someone share a photo from beautiful female angler Luiza Barros. Luiza Barros originally from Brazail now lives in Florida. She has a huge Facebook and Instagram following and also her own fishing show on YouTube. 
Sunday, 09 August 2015 14:56

Kayak Fishing Clooper Lake, Maryland

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The other week I volunteered as a guide for another Saturday event for the Maryland chapter of Heroes on the Water (HOW). This event was held on Clopper Lake, part of Seneca Creek State Park in Gaithersburg, MD.   My Friday night routine was the same as for any other kayak fishing excursion: prep rods and reels, inventory and select…
Saturday, 25 July 2015 10:13

Trussum Pond, DE

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    While down in Fenwick Island, DE last weekend I was able to do some kayak fishing at one of my favorite locations - Trussum Pond. My uncle and I managed to get out for a couple of hours.  The weather was hot and humid and the bite was slow, but we still had a great time and caught…
Wednesday, 03 June 2015 02:55

Bed Extender - Another Option

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Even with a safety flag attached, I have always worried someone (not paying attention) would make my Cuda a little shorter, especially in low light hours.  In my past life, I was a fabricator by trade.  Luckily, I still have access to the shop that I worked at; I’m able to play around with some ideas I have. Most states…
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