Kayak Fishing Ultimate Resource

In the early days of fishing, there was very little you could do except hope you picked the right spot and wait patiently for the fish to bite after casting your line. Of course, there were a couple of things you could do to improve your chances, such as using the right bait and familiarizing yourself with the area, but luck still played a big role. The arrival of fishfinders changed things a bit as suddenly anglers could find out exactly what is going on under the water without even having to get their feet wet.

Published in Fishing Gear
Tuesday, 05 September 2017 14:19

Trying Out the Deeper Smart Sonar Plus

Deeper gave us one of their Pro Plus units to try out, so Darrell Olson took it out on the water. See the review below.

Published in Fishing Gear

At BerleyPro's booth we had a look at their fish finder visors.  This product not only cuts down on glare so you can see your screen more easily, but also saves battery time.

Published in Fishing Gear
Wednesday, 05 November 2014 00:00

The Swing Arm Solution

Early on in my kayak career I decided to add a fish finder. I did a little research, found one I could afford, and took it home. That’s where the problems started.

Published in Kayak Rigging

In this month’s How-To Kayak Rigging segment, Wilderness Systems Pro Staff member Bobby Clark walks you through the basics of installing a fish finder in the Wilderness Systems “Ride 115x”. Unlike many of today’s fishing kayaks, the Ride 115x makes installation a snap with a few basic tools. 

Published in Kayak Rigging
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

So you have a kayak and you like to fish, and now you’ve decided to install a fish finder. So after picking out that cool new unit you’ve been wanting, you realize that you need to get a battery and you’re wondering what size and type to purchase. Maybe you have a basic understanding of electrical principles, or maybe you have no idea what any of those numbers mean. This article is aimed at giving you a basic understanding of what you should know.

Published in Kayak Rigging

I picked up my Jackson Kayak “Cuda" last week. After researching how I wanted to do my rigging, I’d like to share what I decided to do in case it helps anyone looking to do something similar.

Published in Kayak Rigging

If you are a kayak angler who has been searching for a good mounting option before you purchase that new fish finder, you will be happy to hear that Tallon has updated their “Elite Socket” for Lowrance DSI models.

Published in Products
Thursday, 14 July 2011 02:00

ICAST Intel Lowrance Tallon Socket System

Lowrance takes a huge leap forward in the kayak fishing industry making use of the Tallon Socket System and universal scupper mount. Its made for skimmer and HDS transducers, and, we honesty, don't see why the setup wouldn't work for other manufacturers.The Lowrance Tallon combination make for an ultra slick and easy to remove fish finder install. Check out the photos and video shot yesterday from the ICAST floor. Thanks Adam for hooking us up with this first glimpse of this sweet system.

Published in Kayaks and Gear
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