Quality video takes time - and a good Internet connection - to get to you. Here's more of our continuing coverage of kayak fishing gear from ICAST 2014 - we hope you approve! There are a bunch of videos here, and a few more to follow shortly.
I have never been a small guy. I have to be careful to check the weight limits of any piece of equipment I purchase. It doesn’t matter what it is: camp chairs, tree stands, kayaks, whatever - I always have to see if I am going to overload it.
As an owner of the 2012 NuCanoe “Frontier”, the one area in need of improvement was the seat base. The great thing about the folks at NuCanoe is the way they listen to their customers. The seat base on the 2013 model is much improved. NuCanoe also made it very easy for 2012 owners to upgrade to the new base.
Having a hard time finding that perfect gift for the kayak fisherman in your family? With Christmas quickly approaching, we are happy to release our first annual “Christmas Wish List”. Get some great gift ideas from like minded anglers and outdoorsmen.
If you haven’t heard already Blake and Deanna Young of NuCanoe hit the road over a month ago, turning the country with two of their newest kayaks the Frontier 12. This Saturday their stop is Canoe Kentucky in Frankfort. If you want to come out and see the new kayaks you can check out the event details on the events map.
The term it’s a small world is often used in conversations; in the Kayak Fishing business, it’s an even smaller world! Last night Adam and I had the chance to sit down with Blake Young and his wife Deanna; if you don’t know who Blake is, he’s the Director of business development for NuCanoe, Inc.
One thing folks ask me quite a bit is “What’s the best kayak I should get?” Since the variables are so complex, there’s no simple, cut and dry answer. It’s almost like asking someone what sort of shoes to buy. I’m sure that any kayak fishing guide or pro angler will tell you to get the kayak that they use because, chances are, they’re on a kayak manufacturers pro staff and that’s what they’re supposed to do.