The votes - all 5,160 of them - are in for Round 2 of the Kayak Angler’s Choice Awards. Many of the Top 5 nominees moving into the final round were clear standouts, several with over 20% of the votes. Make sure to show your support for your favorite anglers, kayaks, and products in the final push to see who will be the winners of the 2015 Kayak Angler’s Choice Awards.
Over 4,300 individual responses have been received from Round 1 of the Kayak Angler's Choice Awards voting. The results have been tabulated, the categories reset, and Round 2 is now open!
We have gone through over 1,000 nominations, and are now ready for the first round of the 2015 Kayak Angler’s Choice Awards. This is your chance to pick the kayak anglers and kayak fishing products you think are the best. We added a new category this year - Kayak Fishing Photo of the Year - and are excited about many of the submissions.
Kayak fishermen looking for a friendly competition fishing the beautiful waters of Trinidad, CAshould check out the fifth-annual Trinidad Rockfish Wars kayak fishing tournament. The scoring system will allow everyone from novice to pro to have an even chance at winning this nationally-recognized event.
The kayak fishing community is an extremely passionate group, and nothing whips them into a frenzy better than ranking their beloved kayaks, gear, anglers, magazine, forums, and more. That’s right – it’s time once again for the Kayak Angler’s Choice Awards.
Get ready for the latest kayak fishing gear to hit the market as we visit ICAST 2015 in Orlando Florida. Host of YakAngler’s new video series “YakAngler’s Inside and Out” Jameson Redding, longtime team member Spencer Jones, and camera man Brewer Jameson will be working the floor and bringing you full coverage of ICAST 2015.
The Minnesota Kayak Fishing Association, a Twin Cities-based non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of the sport of kayak fishing, is partnering with the Three Rivers Park District to host a park clean up day at the Lake Rebecca Park Reserve in Minneapolis.
This weekend, kayak anglers from around the country will be driving south to escape winter’s wrath at the Fifth Annual Presidents Day Boondoggle. Their destination: the largest designated sub-tropical wildlife reserve in North America - Everglades National Park. Their goal: to make new friends in the kayak fishing community and reunite with past Boondogglers, all while fishing the wild and untouched waters near Flamingo Campground.