I started the fishing challenge 3 years ago as a way to get people that had never tournament fished or were afraid to dive into tournament fishing, with a low cost, low pressure “fun challenge”. I worked with Dennis Hermes of Austin Kayak Fishing extensively to learn the correct ways to run a tournament.
Both Anchors and Drift Chutes are tools that are always in my arsenal as they each have special uses. I use my anchor in a few different ways when I’m fishing the local river.
Native is excited to announce some of the upgrades that they have made to the 2011 line up.
Do you get blisters after a long day of paddling? Yeah, me too.
I can’t tell you how many times I cringe when I see kayakers not using a paddle leash. It just seems to me that a paddle leash should be a mandatory item to have; it’s like riding a bike without a helmet.
It’s pretty obvious that as Kayak Anglers we get some exercise just paddling but I mean actual fitness programs that are dedicated to the sport that we love. While this is not necessarily specific to kayak fishing there are still some helpful tips focused around fishing and fitness.
From YakAngler Written by Mark Watanabe Our great sport has really taken off in the past few years, there are a ton of great websites and magazines with answers to almost any question you might have. Recently we had TV shows and videos dedicated to the sport of kayak fishing, but with all these media outlets what were we missing?