Kayak Fishing Ultimate Resource

Wednesday, 31 October 2018 02:53

Kayak Fishing Etiquette

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It doesn't matter what your outlook on kayak fishing is, there are a couple of spoken and unspoken rules that apply to everyone.

Tuesday, 23 October 2018 09:08

River Fishing Tips

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Kayak fishing in a river can potentially be more dangerous, but you can make things a little safer and improve your odds for a successful catch by making use of the following tips.One of the great things about kayak angling is that you never know what to expect. 

Tuesday, 16 October 2018 10:58

Trophy Walleye Time Has Arrived

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Within rapidly cooling waters, primal forces drive walleyes into a fall feeding rampage. Bundled against the elements, anglers cast, jig, troll and drift with live baits and artificial lures, ready to do battle with biggest, baddest, and smartest fish of the season.

Thursday, 06 September 2018 07:21

Tips For Catching Big Fish From Your Kayak

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Catching a big fish from a kayak comes with its risks, so if you want to reap the rewards you are going to have to be careful.
Thursday, 30 August 2018 10:52

What To Look For In A Fillet Knife

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There is nothing more fulfilling than not only catching your own fish, but also preparing and cooking it fresh on a campfire. Before you get to dig into your tasty meal, there is a lot of preparation involved and for that you are going to need some special equipment.

Thursday, 26 July 2018 09:49

Tandem Kayak Fishing Tips

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Depending on who you ask and who you plan on taking along, a tandem fishing kayak is either double the fun or double the trouble. There is a good reason why many experienced anglers refer to tandem kayaks as "divorce makers" and advise any loving couples to steer clear of them if they value their marriage and/or sanity.

 

Thursday, 31 May 2018 08:32

How To Safely Store Your Catches On A Kayak

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After the thrill of successfully reeling in your catch, you are faced with two options; either keep the fish and eat it later, or let it go. However, both of these options pose their own challenges, especially on a fishing kayak where you have very limited space for storage and maneuverability. Storing your catch must be done in a manner that ensures it stays fresh and out of your way while releasing the fish must be done without harming it or yourself. Thankfully, anglers now have a lot of tools at their disposal to ensure that whether they keep or release their catch, it can be done safely and with maximum efficiency.

We have all heard about the "one that got away", which is often accompanied by very elaborate descriptions, but very little in the way of evidence. Fortunately, thanks to how cheap and readily available digital cameras are these days, it is much easier to document evidence of great catches or epic struggles while fishing. 

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