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Great Kayak Fishing Destinations

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We here at YakAngler.com wanted to highlight a few great Kayak Fishing Destinations. As you begin to plan your 2010 fishing trips keep these three kayak fishing destinations in mind.

Rocky Bay Lodge

 

Location: Located at the Southern tip of Prince of Wales Island just minutes from Legendary Cape Chacon. Nestled in the calm protected water of Nichols Bay which is one of thousands of Bays, Inlets, Canals, Straits, and Islands that is collectively know as the Alexander Archipelago.

Website: http://www.rockybaylodge.com

Offer: Guided and Unguided kayak fishing trips

The Sun and Moon Inn

Location: Matlacha, FL is one Southwest Florida's best kept secrets: a Charming Old-Florida fishing village with Art Galleries, Gift shops, Family and fine dining restaurants with local seafood. With it's close proximity to Cape Coral and Ft. Myers, Matlacha's Sun and Moon Inn is the perfect hideaway for Adults

Website: http://www.sunandmoon.net

Offer: While The Sun and Moon Inn does not offer guided fishing on its own, it does have a very close relationship with master kayak fly fishing expert Greg Bowdish. We recommend that when planning this trip that you plan to spend a day with Greg who can show you the ins and outs of fishing the beautiful southern Florida waterways. Greg’s website is http://www.barflyfish.com

 

Rancho Leonero Resort

Location: Baja California

Website: http://www.rancholeonero.com

Offer: Unguided fishing trips and kayak rentals. The resort does recommend East Cape Kayak Fishing, southern Baja's premier kayak fishing instruction and guide service. Their website is http://eastcapekayakfishing.com

 



 

 

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adam hayes

About the Author: Adam Hayes is an avid kayak angler and the Co. Founder of YakAngler.com. He enjoys spending time on the water with his friends and family and really just about anything than involves growing the sport of kayak fishing.

 

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