Kayak Fisherman With Spinal Fusion Surgery Lauds the W Kayak

Norm, an angler hailing Rhode Island wanted to to go kayak fishing, but was unable to do so due to his serious back problems. He had to face the grim reality that fishing in a sit-in or sit-on-top (SOT) kayak would be impossible.

He finally found a solution, the revolutionary W Kayak, which he writes about in his report:
“I spent about 3 hours on the water and again the back was not a problem considering I had a spinal fusion 5 months ago.”
Read Norm’s kayak fishing trip report>>>

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