Are you tired of the same old thing when it comes to kayak fishing tournaments? If so, the upcoming Central Kentucky Canoe/Kayak Bass Tournament on October 3 is for you. This event is for any human-powered watercraft and will be a road runner event.
The Fourth Annual Central Coast Slam Down, formally known as the Cambria Slam Down, will take place on September 19, 2015 along the San Luis Obispo County coastline. Anglers from all areas of California will be meeting to compete for the many prizes being offered at this year’s event. We can guarantee good times with great people, lots of laughs, an abundance of fish stories, along with a bit of friendly competition for all those who participate
The six major kayak tournament series in the state of Tennessee have come together to pick one true champion for the state through an invitation-only kayak tournament on Sept 26 -27.
I have always loved spending time on the water fishing. This is a love that was instilled in me by my grandfather and father. I still remember childhood summers spent fishing for hours with bread or lunchmeat scraps on the little pier in Orange Beach, AL and my grandparents’ summer house in the Pensacola area. I caught every pinfish, croaker, and catfish out there. I didn't care what I caught, just so long as I was fishing.
This year's Border City Classic ended up being extreme kayak fishing at its best, without sharks, alligators, or tides to contend with. Over 30 mph winds - gusting close to 50 mph - and 3.5”of rain did not keep the field of 122 anglers from getting out on the water. They also uploaded over 200 bass to iAngler.
Local angler Carl Torresson topped a tournament-record fleet of 170 kayaks last on Saturday, June 27, 2015 to win the Extreme Kayak Fishing Summer Slam Part 1 out of Pompano Beach, FL.
June 20 was the official tournament day for the 2015 Mankato Bass Classic. We had thirty four registered entrants from around the state of Minnesota. The event unofficially began on June 19, when the Minnesota Kayak Fishing Association board met at Lake Francis near Mankato, MN to do a little informal fishing.
WHAM! Something had just hit the white spinnerbait I was tossing along a line of lily pads, and my drag wasn’t set high enough to keep the fish from pulling line out. Needing this fish to score my first entry in an online kayak fishing tournament, I tightened the drag a bit and got the net ready.