Kayak Fishing Ultimate Resource

Most fishing kayaks these days come equipped with pretty much everything you need to get out on the water and start reeling in some big fish. However, as with any type of hobby, there is always room for improvements or customization.

Monday, 29 January 2018 12:16

Transporting Your Kayak Safely

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Unless you live right next to a lake or use an inflatable stand up paddleboard for your fishing needs, then transportation is probably something you have had to deal with as a kayak angler. Fortunately, with the right type of vehicle and kayak the task of transporting everything to your favorite fishing spot isn’t too laborious. 

Wednesday, 25 October 2017 10:43

Kayak Fishing Camping Trip Tips

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Whether you want to spend more time at your favorite fishing spot or finally have time to make a trip to explore some new lakes or rivers, there’s nothing quite like a kayak fishing camping trip. 

Wednesday, 24 May 2017 15:39

Best Electronics for Kayak Anglers

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While none of the electronics available for fishing kayaks are essential for catching fish, they can increase your chances of success and make the trip a bit more fun. 

Wednesday, 08 March 2017 13:00

5 Easy DIY Kayak Storage Ideas

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Owning a kayak is great for the freedom it gives you to go out on the water whenever time and weather permits you. Unfortunately, most kayaks are also rather large, which makes storage somewhat of an issue when it isn’t in use. Unless you have a huge property with plenty of space to keep your kayak tucked away safely, you’ll have to make the most of what you have. The following list shows the type of do-it-yourself approaches that kayak enthusiasts have come up with to keep their prized possessions out of the way and safe from damage.

The humble milk crate is still a favorite with kayak anglers looking for a cheap and effective way to store gear or tackle within easy reach. However, if you are looking for something a little more sturdy and versatile, it is well worth checking out this great tutorial from forum regular, Aliex Folgueira. In the video he demonstrates how you can take an ordinary milk crate and turn it into something that not only looks good, but will also last you a long time.

Wednesday, 04 November 2015 00:00

Kayak anchoring options

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There is one piece of equipment all kayak anglers will need at one time or another to make their day less stressful on the water - an anchor. Let’s face it - wind and current are never going to go away, and there are not enough days where the winds are less than 5 mph. The choice is simple: stay home and do housework, or go fishing and use an anchor system to your advantage to combat the conditions and catch fish.

Sunday, 16 August 2015 17:48

How To Install A SeaDek Kayak Kit

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After installing our custom SeaDek Kayak Kit on my Native Watercraft "Slayer Propel 13", I was asked several times about how hard the install process was and if we could create a video about it. I was a little gung-ho about installing the kit on mykayak, but luckily Jason from SeaDek took the time to film a full install.

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