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Have a look at this new video: By its size, this boat is comparable to a kayak, and not even a big one. You can paddle it too, as the movie shows. But that’s where the similarity with kayaks ends, … Continue reading
Storage is clearly an important parameter in any fishing boat, and not solely in fishing kayaks. Every experienced kayak angler knows you have to haul your fishing tackle and an abundance of fishing gear with you on board, and you … Continue reading
Is tandem kayak fishing possible? Conventional kayaks are predominately solo, so the idea is not very plausible. In principle, it’s possible, since many kayaks are big enough to take two passengers on board. But practically, having two anglers fishing out … Continue reading
Attaching a crate to the back of your fishing kayak’s cockpit has been common practice among kayak anglers. If you happen to own a sit on top fishing kayak, attaching a crate rig is often a necessary hassle. Because most sit on … 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
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
While pondering and planning what type of fishing kayak to buy in order to fulfill your needs, it is of paramount importance to your wallet to be aware that the bottom-line price of a fishing kayak is typically not limited … 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
This article examines the ‘wet ride’ issue, which is sometime viewed as inseparable from all forms of kayaking, kayak fishing and kayak types. It exposes possible dangers and inconveniences associated to direct exposure to water, humidity and cold in various … Continue reading