Kayak Fishing Ultimate Resource

Fri, Oct 24, 2014
Tuesday, 01 July 2014 00:00

Choosing a Kayak Fishing Paddle

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We recently ask our good friends at Bending Branches what they feel is important when selecting a paddle for kayak fishing. Andrew Stern, Marketing Specialist for Bending Branches, responded with his four key paddle attributes. 

For owners of the Native Watercraft's “Propel” pedal drive propulsion system, routine maintenance is an important part of keeping the unit in top working condition. Fortunately, both the system and its upkeep are very straightforward. 

Friday, 30 May 2014 00:00

Maintaining your Hobie "Mirage Drive"

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During a season, I will put in over 500 hours in my kayaks and cover about 1000 miles. I have three Hobie Mirage Drives: two from 2007, and one from 2013. I have only had one breakdown, during some hard pedaling against a strong current on a section of the Detroit River. At that time, I took the opportunity to upgrade my version 1 Mirage Drive to a version 2. 

Thursday, 01 May 2014 00:00

10 Fishing Kayaks Under $1000

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Kayak fishing is a way for anglers to get onto the water without a huge investment in equipment. With the skyrocketing popularity of fishing kayaks, manufacturers have pushed the envelope and are designing fishing-specific kayak models with features only dreamed of a few years ago. However, these features come at a cost (literally).

Tuesday, 25 March 2014 17:29

Kayak Tracking and Safety

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So you have your kayak all rigged and fishing gear packed for a big day out on the water. You’ve told your wife/husband/significant other your plans, where you are going and about what time you’ll be home. Your cell phone is all charged up. Sounds like you are all ready to head out! Well, maybe not. Depending on where you are going, you may want to consider some other gear…just in case the plans don’t work out the way you planned.

Friday, 31 January 2014 00:00

Slayer Propel VS. Outback

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Like the age-old “Chevy vs. Ford” debate, many people have asked us to compare the new Native Watercraft “Slayer Propel 13” with the Hobie “Outback”. Rather than give you my personal opinion on what kayak is better, I decided to give you a breakdown of each kayak’s features and options. This side-by-side comparison will give you some information to consider when thinking about which kayak might be better for you.

Sunday, 15 December 2013 19:56

Peer Pressure Kayak Purchases

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I'm going to save you some possible headache if you'll take five minutes and read this. I hope you take this advice to heart, because I sure didn't. I've bone-headed this scenario twice, and finally learned my lesson. I'll try to save you the same trouble.

Tuesday, 26 November 2013 17:37

Patching up those leaky waders

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If you wear anything to keep waterproof, be it waders or a dry suit, and you spend any time kayak fishing, chances are at some point there will be a hole that will make for a miserable discovery. Breathable dry gear is expensive--a couple hundred bucks each for waders and dry tops, and much more for dry suits. Fortunately holes and small tears are easily repaired, and can bring new life to something you might otherwise shove aside and replace.

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