I recently posed the question on my facebook page, “What is you biggest challenge as a kayak angler right now”? Roughly 90% of the responses where voicing frustration about dealing with strong winds when kayak fishing. It made perfect sense to me because I asked the question at about mid fall when windy days are […]
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Here’s a simple kayak rack that I built from PVC. It’s sufficiently sturdy for two or three kayaks, light, and inexpensive. It seems very stable but if you are concerned about stability just use the bottom two racks for kayaks and the top racks for paddles. I built the rack for roughly $130 in material […]
I’ve always noticed that despite good paddling technique and a well thought out approach that I create more noise than I feel is acceptable when stalking bass in shallow clear water. I have resisted putting any kind of sound deadening material on my kayak up to this point because it’s just way too expensive for custom cut padding and […]
This season I changed over to the Leverage Landing Net exclusively. The primary reason that I prefer this net is that the design allows me to stay centered in my kayak while still having the power needed to reach out and hoist a trophy smallmouth bass! The unique handle design of the leverage landing net […]
Here are a few quick tips from two fellow Wilderness Systems Pros. Key question to address typically are: How much weight capacity do you need? Do you want to stand? How much speed and/or maneuverability do you need? To compliment the video, I wanted to talk a little more about selecting a river fishing kayak […]
Throughout my River Smallmouth Bass Kayak Angling 101 series, I’ve tried to keep things as simple as possible and I’ll be doing the same in this article regarding line selection. I know that there are a variety of line manufacturers and everyone has their favorite brands and types of line for various applications. I’m not […]
Your PFD, Paddle, and kayak are base line essentials for a day on the river. Of course, your PFD should be worn at all times. That goes without saying. I just received some 2013 safety data from the American Canoe Association and last year 75% of all canoe and kayak fatalities involved individuals who where […]