Kayak Fishing Ultimate Resource

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Friday, 28 August 2015 00:00

Ultralights - One Man's Setup

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Although the definition of "ultralight angling" is probably suited for a lengthy debate during the dead of winter, the most common attribute is probably "lighter than normal line for bigger than normal fish."

Friday, 21 August 2015 00:00

Downsize Your Tackle - Pack a Day Box

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Have you ever opened your tackle tray and wondered why you have all these deep-diving crankbaits when you’re fishing in a grassy, five-acre pond? Most of us have had this moment. I shake my head when I see an angler load seven rods and ten trays of lures into an already-overburdened kayak.

Friday, 07 August 2015 00:00

Tips For Your First Kayak Fishing Trip

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Congratulations on the purchase of your first fishing kayak! Yes I mean “first” because you will undoubtedly get hooked on this awesome sport and purchase another kayak - or two, or three. Now let’s go over the obvious, and not-so-obvious, items you will need to ensure a good time for your maiden kayak fishing voyage.

Thursday, 23 July 2015 00:00

Sheepshead Fishing Tips

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The sheepshead is a confounding species to the new angler. These master thieves can strip a hook bare in seconds - and leave you with not only stolen bait, but also robbing you of patience! Here are a few tips for catching the wily sheepshead.

Wednesday, 15 July 2015 00:00

GoPro and Audio

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If you have tried to record audio with your GoPro while on the water using the waterproof case (which you can probably call a soundproof case), you have discovered it is almost impossible to do without using aftermarket devices to aid in getting good sound.

Wednesday, 01 July 2015 00:00

Trolling Tips

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Trolling is a technique I employ for just about every fish I target - even for fish typically not associated with this technique, like halibut. My primary target for trolling is salmon. I fish the waters of Alaska, and though not everyone will be targeting salmon or halibut I believe these techniques can be modified for a wide variety of species.

Friday, 26 June 2015 00:00

Cashing in at the “Bank”

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During the annual frenzy of the spring trophy striper season when the tactics are mainly deep-water motorboat trolling with heavy gear, anglers can be rewarded with a fish of a lifetime. As spring nears an end and summertime temps start to creep up, the focus moves to other tactics and gear. Trolling stays in play, while jigging, chumming/chunking, and live-lining get in on the act. For me, the fast-paced action of light tackle along the shallow shores and marsh banks is the ticket!

Wednesday, 03 June 2015 00:00

Oregon Rockfish on the Fly

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Few people have experienced the stillness of the Northern Pacific under a fog. The silence of the water. Air with a slight chill. And what seems to be all the Pacific Rockfish rockfish in the world just a few feet under the surface.

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