Kayakjak’s Outfitters is proud to announce the “Kayakapalooza V” Series! This series of kayak angling tournaments will start online on April 1 and culminate in a “live” event on August 9 at Wagon Train Lake near Lincoln, NE.
Spring must be right around the corner because the kayak fishing bite was on in Palma Sola, FL on tournament day. In the second Kayak Fishing ClassicS tournament of 2014, the Palma Sola Classic, all but one angler caught fish. That is pretty darn good fishing when the pre-fishing period looked bleak.
The participants in the inaugural Extreme Kayak/Paddle Board Fishing Sailfish Smack Down were not your average kayak folk. The top five anglers who won the EKFT’s summer series events, along with a few guys that made the twenty two-hour trip from Oklahoma, had the courage to compete in this first-of-its-kind event.
It's back! Having participated in a previous River Bassin' Tournament Trail, it makes me very excited to hear that Drew and his team have revived this tournament trail. I look forward to hitting the rivers and creeks with many other YakAnglers this coming year to participate in this great tournament. Good work guys!
Come and join us in the first Midwest Kayak Fishing Series! Three online (fish at your own leisure) tournaments, and a live event projected to be July 19, 2014 near the Omaha, NE area. Grand prize will be a brand new Hobie “Outback” from Select Sail & Sports in Omaha.
After a truly global representation, the winner of the third annual Hobie World Championship is announced. This year’s kayak fishing tournament featured anglers from 17 countries spanning across 4 continents. We here at YakAngler.com would like to congratulate Richard Somerton from Australia on claiming the world championship title.
On October 26, 2013, kayak anglers descended upon Cedar Creek Lake in Stanford, KY for the inaugural two-day Bluegrass Yakmasters Classic. Twenty five participants made the journey, having qualified for the tournament by fishing a minimum of five out of a possible eight regular season tournaments. Cedar Creek Lake is renowned for producing trophy fish and is considered by many to be one of the best bass fishing lakes in the state.
The First Annual Spooky Bass Kayak Fishing Tournament was held under brutal conditions on Saturday, October 26, 2013 at Lake Wanahoo in Wahoo, NE. Thirty one anglers launched at sunrise into 15mph winds on a brisk 38° F morning. Temperatures would rise as the sun shined brightly, but so did the winds. Steady winds at 20mph, with gusts to 30mph, made for extremely difficult conditions.