Kayak Fishing Ultimate Resource

While nothing beats the comfort and convenience of fishing from a good kayak, there are a growing number of people who take to the water with stand up paddle boards. Initially, these boards were used only for relaxation or exploring, but more and more of them are also popping up as being angling specific.

Some anglers are fortunate and experience nice warm temperatures throughout the year, but not everyone is this lucky. While it is probably more sensible to stay indoors when cold weather strikes, it doesn’t have to be your only option.

Thursday, 10 August 2017 04:32

Kayak Fishing 101: Learn the Basics Before You Go

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Kayak fishing is growing in popularity, and it's no wonder! Here are some important things you need to know about the sport before you launch.Kayak fishing is growing in popularity amongst anglers. It’s inexpensive. It’s easy. And there’s almost nothing you truly need to buy before you wet your line.

Wednesday, 13 September 2017 15:07

Protecting Yourself From Wildlife

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When you are out on the water with your sleek kayak, sophisticated gear, state of the art rods and high-tech gadgets, it’s easy to feel like an apex predator stalking your prey. This makes it easy to forget that, depending on where you do your angling, there might be other predators lurking about.

Wednesday, 09 August 2017 09:12

How to Fish a Chatterbait

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As anglers, we need to accept the reality that being versatile and flexible is a necessity for this sport and hobby. If using a spinnerbait is not working for you, you can try to learn another method. One of the most effective means is to know how to fish a chatterbait.

Wednesday, 28 June 2017 09:34

Night Kayak Angling Safety Tips

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There is no way to be completely safe when out fishing on the water, but there are a couple of things that can be done to decrease the risk.

Friday, 03 February 2017 15:53

Using Online Maps To Plan Fishing Trips

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Word-of-mouth is generally the best way to find out about great spots for fishing trips, but you can also use technology to your advantage. Most of what you read on the internet should be taken with a grain of salt, but if you know where to look and what to look for you can increase your odds of locating a great fishing spot.   This is where a web mapping service, such as Google maps or Google Earth can be invaluable.

For every win, there are often also a couple of epic fails. In 2016, a couple of anglers discovered the hard way that things don’t always go the way that you planned when you take your kayak out on the water. Here's a quick roundup of some funny kayak fishing fails that we have discovered on Youtube:

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