This is a video I put together for Wilderness Systems. In the video, I go over some key features and attributes of the Tarpon 120. If you’re looking for a great kayak that is at home on small lakes and moving water then you definitely want to take a look at this video! In the […]
I am often asked about the paddles that I use and why I use them. There are a variety of paddles that you can use on the river and a lot will come down to personal preference. Here are a few key characteristics that I look for in a good river paddle for kayak fishing. […]
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 […]
When the bite gets tough its the details that can improve your catch rates. In this video I share a rigging technique I’ve used for river smallmouth bass during cold front and other “tough bite” situations.
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 […]
I had the pleasure of joining Woods & Waters Magazine at Green Top in Richmond VA to do a seminar on Locating and Catching Early Spring Smallmouth Bass. The folks at Woods & Waters are awesome and Green Top is an outdoor sportsman’s dream! Part 1 of the video focuses on locating early spring smallmouth […]
When you’re chasing river smallmouth bass, you’ve got to have the right lures at your disposal. As I was developing this list, I challenged myself to come up with a handful of baits that would work for river smallmouth spring through fall. The result, a collection of lures that I would have complete confidence […]