Swimbait fishing is one of my true passions, and something I have devoted the majority of my fishing time towards over the last four years. I will launch an ongoing series on swimbait fishing from a kayak fisherman’s point of view. Although a “Kayak Swimbait 101” crash course is on the way, I find that mistakes teach more than lectures. These Top 10 mistakes are all hard-learned, hard-earned topics I hear echoed by other experienced swimbait fishermen.
Welcome to a new kayak fishing season in 2016! We all have our own rituals, habits, favorite places, and go-to tackle while out on the water. I'm guilty of it, too, and rarely will I stray from my norm. I'm sure what you're doing is working just fine, but I have a challenge for you: break out of the box, and try some different things this year. What do I mean by different? Check out my ideas!
If you’re like me, you have fishing spots near home you know and love. However, you also like to venture away and experience new angling adventures in places you’ve never been. Also like me, you probably have to make these out-of-state adventures happen on a limited budget. Let’s look at a couple of ways you can make your dream trips happen without breaking the bank, and therefore saving more money for that new rod or reel.
In the final piece of this three-part article, we’ll bring it all together and go over some strategies for getting your video in front of a large audience. Learn how to boost your YouTube views, and leverage companies whose products you already use to put your final video in front of new viewers.
In the second installment of this filming guide, I’ll share some techniques for capturing the right footage during your fishing trip, as well as some high-level editing tips for getting the most out of the footage you bring home. Use these tips to get the most out of your filming trip.
I receive a lot of questions online about a variety of topics related to kayak fishing, but far and away the most common is, “How do I make my kayak fishing videos better?” While “better” is a relative term and pretty vague, there are some basic tips and techniques I’ve figured out along the way that I think can benefit any kayak fishing videographer, from the amateur to the more experienced.
In Contrary Kayak Angling – Part I I alluded to the unique characteristics and advantages a kayak brings on medium to large rivers. These are characteristics and advantages that the wading angler can take advantage of to efficiently fish productive water that they otherwise could not reach, or fish productively, without the kayak.