In episode 5 of YakAngler’s Inside and Out, Jameson heads down to the bayou for the fifth annual BoondoggleX. Huge jacks, bull redfish, trout, Ro-Sham-Bo, raffles, good times, and more from Fontainebleau State Park in beautiful Mandeville, LA.
Jameson Redding hosts Yakangler’s Inside and Out, and represents many companies in the kayak fishing industry. From the time I met him he has always been willing to help, no matter how tough or thankless the job. He is a constant study with his camera craft: learning and pushing limits to make a product anyone would be proud of. He is a heck of a Yakangler and I am honored to call him a friend.
As falling gas prices make owning a powerboat more affable than ever, we wanted to see why we have not seen a drop in new users joining the YA Nation. We asked our users why they decided to buy a kayak and jump into the world of kayak fishing. Here are the top 10 reasons they started kayak fishing.
Kona, Hawaii – April 27, 2014 the largest black marlin was caught and weighed in by the big fish guru and Hobie Fishing Team Member, Devin Hallingstad. The mammoth catch won first place in the Pelagic Pursuit Kayak Fishing Tournament held by Plenty Pupule Kayaks. A 212 lb monster like this challenges the best anglers on a 33’ boat let alone a 13’ kayak. And this real life Old Man and the Sea tale had an even better twist when Hallingstad had to do the unthinkable, dump his rod overboard.
On this New Year’s Eve we take a look back at the highs and lows in our sport: kayak fishing. Sometimes looking back is the only way to truly appreciate the unparalleled growth and community kayak anglers share. Here is our list of top things to happen to kayak fishing in 2015.
For the premiere of Yakangler’s Pro Interviews, I could think of no one better to start us off than 30milesout.com kayak fishing TV host, Ty Southerland. I have been watching Ty’s exploits for the last four years and I eagerly await a new episode of his two YouTube shows (username: tyonthefly), “30milesout” and “yakntexas” every day.
The Halloween decorations are now in the clearance bins - but they were sharing shelf space with Christmas lights, Santas, and snowmen. Thoughts of turkey and stuffing are reminders that we’re getting close to the holiday gift-giving season!