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Thursday, 07 February 2013 20:12

New Spring kayak fishing gear

We are in a new year, and judging by all the new gear being offered to kayak anglers 2013 promises to be big. From kayaks to tackle and clothing to cameras, manufacturers are stepping up with some cool items to add to our wish lists. New and redesigned kayaks took center stage at ICAST 2012, but there were several other items that are definitely worthy of consideration. These are just a few of many new additions to the marketplace.

Published in Kayaks and Gear
Wednesday, 01 August 2012 19:52

Columbia Omni Freeze Zero

With heat records being smashed all over the country this month, sitting in your kayak and fishing can be almost unbearable. Columbia Sportswear’s newest technology, “Omni Freeze Zero”, looks like the answer for beating the heat next summer!

Published in Kayaks and Gear
Friday, 22 July 2011 02:00

A Box Life?

Today I came home to a pair of Columbia Drainmakers anxiously waiting to be opened on my front porch. Snatching them up as I walked into the house I didn’t pay any attention to the card board box they were shipped in. It’s a box; it doesn’t have a story… Right?

Published in Staff Blog
Sunday, 19 December 2010 08:02

Heywood's Christmas Guide

With Christmas just around the corner, we wanted to share with you antoher Pro-Staff Christmas guide.  The items below are what I would recomend to any kayak angler on your fishing list.  Enjoy!

Published in Staff Blog
Thursday, 29 July 2010 01:22

Fall nookie is better than none!

Anglers can look forward to one of the best returns of chinook salmon in several years when the fall fishing season gets under way Aug. 1 on the Columbia River.

Fisheries managers are forecasting a return of 655,000 adult fall chinook this year, which is up from a return of 429,000 chinook last year. If the run materializes as expected, it would be the largest fall chinook return since 2004.

Published in Pacific Northwest
Friday, 02 April 2010 19:37

Springtime Updates

If there's one thing I learned while fishing the Georgia Kayak Tournament Trail at Lake Harding this month, it's this:

It's hard to fish muddy water.

Published in Pacific Northwest

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