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Did kayak fishing have a future as an extreme sport?

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

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Kayak back pain, lumbar support, and fishing trips…

The phrase “Lumbar Support” is one of the main subjects of the Kayak Fishing back pain discussion, mainly with the assumption in those discussions is that the lumbar spine needs support, which will in turn relieve or get rid of back pain. … Continue reading

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Stay Dry In Your Fishing Kayak – It’s Better For You

This article is about the wetness problem, which is sometime viewed as inseparable from all forms of kayaking and kayak fishing, as well as types of kayaks (SOT, sit-in, and hybrid).  It discusses the potential hazards and discomfort associated to … Continue reading

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Prevent pain and discomfort by switching to a new generation of fishing kayaks

Kayaks’ poor ergonomics are putting thousands of kayak anglers at risk of paddling and fishing accidents, a problem that is easily avoidable by simply switching to a more ergonomic kayak, which is the W fishing kayak. There are a multitude of … Continue reading

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Kayak Fishing Facts You Need To Know- Part 5

This is a short and incomplete list of myths about fishing kayaks. Some of these myths were created and propagated by kayak vendors: 1.  “A kayak is faster than a canoe” –This statement is based on an erroneous comparison between … Continue reading

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Kayak Fishing Facts You Need To Know- Part 4

What’s a fishing kayak, actually? The common ‘fishing kayak’ is in most cases a wide, stabler recreational kayak accessorized with ‘special’ features for kayak fishermen such as rod holders and hatches. But while recreational kayaks are normally very affordable, fishing kayaks … Continue reading

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