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Jameson Redding

Jameson Redding

Jameson Redding grew up fishing and hunting in the foothills of NC, but later moved to the Florida Gulf Coast. His passion for fishing began to take shape as he spent the next 7 years learning how to catch reds and trout on the flats. It was this passion that ultimately led him to kayak fishing. After moving back to North Carolina he quickly realized that the best way to access secluded fishing locations was in fact from a kayak. This ignited his desire to bring the sport that he fell in love with to others. He has spent the last several years travelling the country producing media content for companies such as Jackson Kayak, Bending Branches, Nocqua Adventure Gear, and even helping run the River Bassin’ and College Kayak Fishing tournament trails. After working closely with other talented filmmakers Jameson realized his calling was to bring his passion to others through video. This eventually led to his latest partnership with YakAngler.com to produce and host YakAngler’s Inside and Out. Jameson can now be found at events, tournaments, and hanging out with other kayak fisherman across the country capturing the lifestyle of this wonderful sport. Follow Jameson's adventures at www.YakAngler.com/kayak-fishing-videos/inside-and-out
Wednesday, 13 July 2016 00:00

ICAST 2016 - Hobie has reverse

Hobie continues to be a leading innovator in the kayak community. This year is no different, as they introduce the long-awaited reverse pedal system. Using only one finger, the mechanism easily flips the fins from forward to reverse. This new system will be backwards compatible with older models, and sold as an accessory in 2017.

Monday, 27 July 2015 15:26

YakAngler's Inside and Out - Episode 1

“YakAngler’s Inside and Out” - What is it? What does it mean? Why are we doing it?

These are the questions that came to mind when we started the long journey to develop this series. It all started at the Kayak Fishing Boondoggle™, when Adam Hayes, Mark Watanabe, and I discussed what we could do to promote the sport we all love and show why we love it so much.

Monday, 19 May 2014 00:00

Jameson's Tip - Double Uni Knot

Over the years I have tried many different ways of attaching my mono or fluorocarbon leader to braided line when I’m kayak fishing. These include using barrel swivels, loop-to-loop knots, and various other knots. 

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