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Innovations in Fishing Kayaks

Innovation implies advancement in the sense of improvement, but it often means little or nothing in practical terms. The early years The first kayaks designed mainly for fishing appeared on the market about ten years ago. They were basically very … Continue reading

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A kayak that’s useful for fishing…

Paul Malm is a fishing guide and tackle manufacturer from Iowa , and this review was first published in the Fishing Kayak Blog. I have recently purchased a new type of fishing kayak called the WaveWalk 500 that’s very useful … Continue reading

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Why and How To Motorize Your Fishing Kayak

Here are some observations related to motorizing your fishing kayak: 1.) Many kayak anglers do not appreciate paddling a great distance to get to a good spot. Spending time kayak fishing is preferable to pedaling or paddling. Large, expensive motorboats that require trailers, ramps … Continue reading

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Hybrid fishing kayaks – reality, myth, and hype

Older fishermen are on the look for new products to improve their kayak fishing user experience, especially in terms of stability and ergonomics. Some kayak companies are attempting to match this demand by offering wide fishing kayaks known as Hybrid … 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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Kayak Fishing Facts – Part 2

How do you fit into this picture? These are some of the basic questions you want to ask yourself: -Who am I, and what kind of fishing experience am I looking to have? -Where am I going to fish, and … Continue reading

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