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So, you want to fish out of a kayak?… Choosing a fishing kayak may seem to be a daunting task, unless you apply a few simple rules that help you set the bar as far as what is acceptable to … Continue reading
Kayak fishing by yourself can be a pain, or a great joy, depending on which kayak you choose, and how you use it. Having children on board can be a problem and a hassle, or an even greater joy than … Continue reading
This Canadian Angler has submitted a review on his back pain savior. -”The most important thing for me is that I can ride the [W] kayak “straddled” [I.E. in the Riding Position] with my knees bent. I have a back … Continue reading
Everyone knows that people living in the Midwest love to fish, and that the Midwest offers some of the most optimal places to fish in America, and perhaps even the world. Midwest anglers, however, are above all of this kayak … Continue reading
The phrase “Kayak Fishing in Canada” is sure to send a chill down (or up) your spine, doesn’t it?
Think about the cold water (brrr…) and the cold wind blowing (brrr as well…), and if you’re sitting in a SOT kayak or Sit In kayak you’re freezing – literally. But it doesn’t necessarily have to be like that, and not all fishing kayaks are prone to send you home with a wet butt and a running nose. Continue reading
Experienced kayak angler from Florida, Jeff McGovern has made some observations: “Yet another problem in fishing kayaks is shoulder pain, as some of my common kayak friends have talked about- they often communicate that they need to get multiple shoulder problems fixed. Certain … Continue reading
More Foam, More lumbar problems Our recent article on lumbar support, shows that a combination of the L position, footrest, and backrest creates a combo that is deadly for your back, and creates an insurmountable amount of discomfort and pain. Adding padding … Continue reading
I’ve learned that many product carry hidden costs, and fishing kayaks are not different.
Fishing kayaks can be expensive, and when you start adding the cost of all accessories you’ll find they actually cost much more. Continue reading
Kayak fishing is perceived as an extreme sport by the majority of people who fish. What makes kayak fishing extreme are the following facts: Compared to motorboats, fishing kayaks offer inadequate stability and they basic comfort. In addition, they fail to … Continue reading