Kayak Fishing Ultimate Resource

Kayak enthusiasts who attended Outdoor Retailer 2017 that took place in Salt Lake City this past July should already be familiar with Malibu Pedal. Ocean Kayak announced the kayak during the event and left a lot of attendees eagerly anticipating the arrival of the Malibu Pedal. Well, the wait is finally over and the Ocean Kayak Malibu Pedal is now officially shipping.

Published in Kayaks and Gear

We visited the Johnson Outdoor booth and had a look at Oldtown Kayak's Predator PDL and Ocean's Malibu PDL.  This is a great combo if you like to go fishing and take  your family along, as the Predator is a more serious fishing kayak while the Malibu is light, fun and features jump seats for the kid(s) or dog.

Published in Kayaks and Gear
Wednesday, 05 June 2013 20:19

Keeping an open mind

Many of my close friends and fishing buddies know me for my many “life lesson” slogans that I’ve picked up from some of the most inspirational people throughout my life. As I sit in front of my keyboard and reflect on the past weekend of fishing, one slogan comes to me: "Keep an open mind."

Published in South Atlantic

It was one of those days you didn’t expect to be out on the water. I originally had plans to help my father work on some flooring, but after getting out of work later than expected I knew I wasn’t going to have enough light to see what we were doing. I thought, “What am I going to do on a Tuesday night?” Obvious answer: impromptu Haulover trip.

Published in South Atlantic
Tuesday, 31 July 2012 20:33

Gilligan and the Minnow Dealer

One of the perks of being a Malibu team member is that I get to meet some very interesting people who are not only fellow paddlers, but businessmen as well. They are trying to make a living by bringing kayaking to the masses, with local individually owned paddle/ kayak shops selling a variety of minnows (kayaks…,) to the public.

Published in Users Blog
Friday, 25 May 2012 00:00

May Kayak Fishing Report

If any of you have been following me on Facebook or the forum here, you know that I have been dealing with some health issues the past few months. An unexplained illness has left me very weak and exhausted at the end of the day, or after any activities. I am still working with my doctors trying to figure it out.

Published in South Atlantic
Thursday, 29 December 2011 01:00

My Rigged Malibu X-Factor Fishing Kayak

I use my Malibu X-Factor fishing kayak on many different bodies of water and to chase many species of fish. I paddle the cold water lakes of the Northeast looking for Smallmouth Bass and fish the salt water flats of South Florida targeting Redfish and Sea trout. I have tried to keep the rigging on my kayak very flexible so I can adapt it to the current conditions and fish I am chasing.

Published in Kayak Rigging
Thursday, 15 September 2011 02:01

Malibu Introduces the new X-Factor

YakAngler got their first look at the new Malibu X-Factor fishing kayak at this year's ICAST. This kayak is sharp, the new features included on this model really look like Malibu has listened to the kayak fishing community, and I’m excited to get my hands on one.

Published in Kayaks and Gear
Tuesday, 03 May 2011 02:00

Kayak Rigging Options

As a member of the Malibu Kayaks Pro Staff, I get the opportunity to travel all over our great state, fishing in numerous kayak fishing tournaments and taking part in demonstration days, and I have noticed one thing that most all kayakers have in common. We love to customize our rides towards the type of fishing we like to do. Whether you stalk the flats in search of tailing redfish or patrol the depths for grouper, you can rig you’re kayak to meet those needs.

Published in Kayak Rigging
Thursday, 27 January 2011 01:00

The Minnow and the Professor

OK so when I left you I was heading home from the lake after my first trip out in my new kayak, grinning from ear to ear, happy as a lark with my new Stealth 14 I had just dubbed the “Minnow”.  I had work to do before my next trip to the lake.  I needed a PFD, totally forgot to buy one, an anchor, and a trolley line. 


Published in Kayak Rigging
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