Kayak fishing had its first reality TV series: Discovery Channels Pacific Warriors. This show has put kayak fishing on center stage for millions of TV viewers across the globe.
Ride The Bull
Ride The Bull kayak fishing tournament became the most popular kayak fishing tournament in North America, and arguably the world.
Eddyline Kayaks “C-135 YakAttack Edition”
Eddyline Kayaks “C-135 YakAttack Edition” won “Best of Show” at ICAST 2015. This is the fourth year in a row a kayak fishing product has taken the award for “Best of Show” at ICAST.
Wilderness Systems "ATAK"
The 2015 KBF Open on Kentucky Lake had the largest known single payout in kayak fishing tournament history. First-place winner Nick Lester took home a cool $16,000.
YakAngler's Inside And Out
Jameson Redding partnered with YakAngler.com to shoot and produce YakAngler's Inside and Out. The web video series looks at the many different aspects of kayak fishing.
James Lebowitz Memorial Scholarship fund
The kayak fishing community was rocked when Paul Lebowitz’s son James’ life was cut short by a brain aneurysm. James saved five lives through his organ donations, and the James Lebowitz Memorial Scholarship fund at Cal Poly Pomona was created to celebrate his life.
Inc. magazine ranked YakAttack #507 on its annual “Inc. 5000” list of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies.
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