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Tuesday, 01 May 2018 15:50

Eight Kayak Angler Books Worth Checking Out

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With the wealth of information and videos available on the Internet, non-fiction books are not quite as useful as they once were. However, that doesn't mean that all books are now obsolete as there are still plenty of ones out there that are packed with good information or useful content. 

So, if you ever find yourself in need of a little reading material when you are on a fishing trip and in an area with no signal to connect to the Internet, one of the following books might just be worth checking out.

Light Tackle Kayak Trolling the Chesapeake Bay: A Guide to Gear, Location and Trolling Tactics for Striped Bass

by Alan Battista

Store Link: https://www.amazon.com/Light-Tackle-Kayak-Trolling-Chesapeake/dp/1499522304/

Price: $19.99

The title is definitely a mouthful, but if you ever plan on heading to the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland to catch some striped bass, then you'll appreciate this book. Despite the focus on this area, the book is also still valuable no matter where you plan on angling as it contains plenty of sound principles and good information. The conversational style of the writing also makes it easy to follow, which is great as it is absolutely packed with good advice.

Fishing for Summer Flounder: Fluke Jigging from Shore, Boat, and Kayak 

by John Skinner

Store Link: https://www.amazon.com/Fishing-Summer-Flounder-Fluke-Jigging/dp/0990691411/

Price: $18.95

If you have set your sights on catching flounder from your kayak, then John Skinner has a thing or two he can teach you with this book. It is quite a comprehensive book and covers pretty much everything you need to know about this fish, from the basic to the advanced. Once again, the style of the book makes it easy to read, but it doesn't skimp on facts or details. Readers can also check out the companion videos to this book on the official FlounderBook.com website

Kayak Bass Fishing: Largemouth, Smallmouth, Stripers

 by Chad Hoover

Store Link: https://www.amazon.com/Kayak-Bass-Fishing-Largemouth-Smallmouth-ebook/dp/B0747TYZB7/

Price: $24.95

The focus of Kayak Bass Fishing is unsurprisingly on how to catch bass from your kayak and it certainly doesn't disappoint when it comes to good advice and practical tips. Chad Hoover knows a thing or two about bass fishing and the information that he divulges in this book will be useful to both beginners as well as serious kayak anglers.

Kayak Fishing: The Complete Guide

by Cory Routh

Store Link: https://www.amazon.com/Kayak-Fishing-Complete-Cory-Routh/dp/1892469251/

Price: $24.95

Although it is getting a little long in the tooth at this point, this complete guide to kayak fishing is still a very useful resource if you are new to the hobby. If you are unsure about what type of kayak to choose or what type of equipment you are going to need to get started, then you can't go wrong with this book. The only downside is that there has been plenty of new innovations in the world of fishing kayaks since this book was published, but most of the information in here is still solid.

Kayak Fishing: A Guide to Freshwater Rigging, Lures, Baits, and Techniques for Kayak Fishing Success

by Chris Lutz

Store Link: https://www.amazon.com/Kayak-Fishing-Freshwater-Rigging-Techniques/dp/1546743812/

Price: $21.99

This guide by Chris Lutz is a great resource if you want to learn more about kayak angling and what you need to take on this exciting sport. While the book is definitely geared more towards beginners, it does contain plenty of interesting information. So, if you want to brush up your kayak fishing knowledge without scouring the web, this makes for a good resource.

The Ultimate Guide to Kayak Fishing: A Practical Guide

by Joel Spring

Store Link: https://www.amazon.com/Ultimate-Guide-Kayak-Fishing-Practical-ebook/dp/B01M70HB3G/

Price: $18.24

The Ultimate Guide to Kayak Fishing by Joel Springs lives up to its claims of being a practical guide. Newcomers will have the most to gain from the information provided in this book, but even veterans might pick up a tip or two. Anyone looking for advice on casting, bait, equipment and more shouldn't hesitate to take a closer look at this book.

Kayak Fishing Made Easy: A Practical Sea Anglers Guide For Catching Your Favorite Big Fish From A Kayak

by Scott Parson

Store Link: https://www.amazon.com/Kayak-Fishing-Practical-Catching-Favorite-ebook/dp/B00B90KFPU/

Price: $9.99

Kayak Fishing Made Easy is another good resource for novices who are interested in the sport. Scott walks readers through the equipment you need for this hobby as well as the techniques that come in useful. Also included are plenty of dos and don'ts that can make your kayak fishing trips safer and more productive.

Catch Fish: From a Kayak or Paddleboard

by Steven Becker

Store Link: https://www.amazon.com/Catch-Fish-Paddleboard-Steven-Becker-ebook/dp/B0075VYZMQ/

Price: $12.99

Paddleboards and kayaks have come a long way since this book was first published, but you'll still find plenty of solid advice in here. Whether you are interested in how to rig your rods, what baits and lures to use, how to land the fish or even how to find the fish, then this book is worth a read. 

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