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The Seasonal Grind: Summer Kayak Fishing

Summer kayak fishing is a time to leave the waders at the house, keep those insulated socks in the drawer and stock extra drinking water in the kayak. That’s right, it’s the best time of the year for kayak fishing. The temperature is not the only thing on fire right…

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Texas Shallow Water Jigging

From shallow water jigging, to the other approaches out there, kayak anglers all have our favorite techniques. While the Texas coast may offer very little range in water depth, it always brings up an interesting question. Is jigging worth it when fishing in 50 to 60 feet of water? Let…

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Kayak Fishing: Back to the Start

I am like most of you kayak fishing folks reading this. I started kayak fishing to get out on the water more often and to access water that was difficult to fish from a big boat. In 2011 I had a truck that got horrible gas mileage and a big…

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Summer Freshwater Fishing

Summer freshwater fishing season is here. In other words, gone are the days of cold nights and rainy days, lending way to rising water temperatures and sweltering heat across the nation. For many individuals, summer is when the fun starts. Early morning runs to the lake or river provide a…

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How to Pick a Saltwater Kayak

When choosing a good saltwater kayak, there are many things that come to mind. First and foremost, consider what your intentions are regarding that saltwater kayak. Where Will You Be Using Your Kayak?  Your personal fishing habits will come into play when choosing a kayak. After all, not all kayaks…

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A Dad’s Checklist for Kayak Fishing with Kids

As a father of two amazing little fisher girls, I feel inclined to share some tips and tricks on kayak fishing with kids that I have picked up over the years. I always tend to be overly cautious, especially with my kids — and I believe that everyone should be…

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Fly Fishing for Big Ole Bass from the Kayak

Imagine this fly fishing scenario: You pedal your kayak out just before daylight to an area of the lake covered in grass. You take your fly rod out of your RAILBLAZA RodHolder II, get a big topwater popper and fling it across the grass. The next thing that you see…

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Kayak Fishing, Road Tripping and Chasing Dreams

When you make plans to take a kayak fishing road trip, you don’t know how things will pan out. You get in your car and never know what you will find at the end of the road. For me, a spontaneous trip covering nearly 3,500 miles and several states over…

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