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At this year's ICAST, YakAttack introduced a couple of new products that would be interesting to kayak anglers.

Published in Kayaks and Gear
Wednesday, 30 December 2015 01:00

2015 Top Events In Kayak Fishing

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.

Published in Spotlight
Monday, 01 September 2014 13:03

OR 2014 - YakAttack

YakAttack's Luther Cifers shows Adam some of the new ideas coming out of the shop, including SUP mounting options and patented improvements to the GearTrac system.

Published in Kayaks and Gear
Tuesday, 21 January 2014 00:00

First Look YakAttack CellBlok

When Luther Cifers of YakAttack asked for beta testers for his new product, the “CellBlok”, we knew we had to get our hands on one. The CellBlok is YakAttack’s solution for kayak fishermen looking for an all-in-one fishfinder mounting solution that can be easily moved from kayak to kayak.

Published in Kayaks and Gear

High pressure, bass boat tourney, high water, and BBQ? Yep, Secession had it all! The start of the new school year had a few of the regular guys tied up with family and work obligations, so I really wanted to let the guys who could make it to this month’s tournament know how much I appreciated their support this year.

Published in Tournaments

What do you do when a tournament outgrows your expectations? You improvise! The July tournament for the South Carolina Trail was scheduled for a small lake in the northwestern-most corner of South Carolina called Tugalo Lake.

Published in Tournaments
Friday, 26 April 2013 00:00

Rigging a Jackson "Cuda 14" for fishing

Last winter I picked up my brand new Jackson “Illuminati Cuda 14”. Between hockey practices and games, a Boondoggle, and building a new bed for my son I am finally (five months later) getting around to rigging for the coming fishing season. In 2012 I set my last Cuda up with a YakDaddy “Slider” that worked very well for me and made it a very versatile kayak. This year I decided to see if I could rig the new kayak by drilling or cutting as few holes as possible.

Published in Kayak Rigging

I have up to three GoPro cameras mounted to my Ocean Kakak “Big Game”, so when it came to rigging the Hobie “Outback” I also needed to take the photography aspect into consideration. It does take me quite some time to plan and rig my kayaks; I sit back, consider everything, and try to produce the cleanest setup possible that matches all rigging possibilities.

Published in Kayak Rigging
Sunday, 13 January 2013 17:48

YakAttack “VISICarbon Pro” update

No matter where you paddle, the “VISICarbon Pro” safety flag and light sets the standard for quality, construction, and overall utility in that product area. Recent changes have centered mainly around mounting systems and track compatibility, but a new improvement to the light diffuser cone makes the VISICarbon Pro even better at making you more visible in low light kayak fishing conditions.

Published in Kayaks and Gear
Thursday, 23 August 2012 00:00

Scotty Gear-Head Track Adapter

If you blinked at Outdoor Retailer “Summer Market” show in Salt Lake City, you could have easily missed this new product from Scotty. The “438 Gear-Head Track Adapter” was made to interface with the YakAttack “GearTrac” system, whether you use the large GT175 or the new slender GT090 tracks.

Published in Kayaks and Gear
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