"Hey Jeff - I'm a little late on this and fairly new to the board but would you be interested in publishing the hot spots on my web-map? If they are spots you only know about and don't want to share no sweat - but if they are general…"
This is from last weekend. I was in a Tarpon 120 ultralight. The full scoop is on the River Forum on www.kayakbassfishing.com. I'm on the same river tomorrow. It's supposed to be liquid precipitation tomorrow. We'll see if I fare as well.
"I've watched the same thing happen here in the mid atlantic. We no longer draw stares from the jet boaters on the river. People who used to be on Coleman Crawdads or on the bank are now in kayaks. If your audience next week consists of bass…"
The summer thunderstorms keep coming, and the Susquehanna has stayed muddy most of the season. I typically prefer to use finesse type baits such as tubes, senkos, or small jigs, but this summer has afforded me the chance to practice a lure that has not been on my confidence bait list very long: medium diving crankbaits. Here's a shot of two that I caught last week.I've been able to utilize a Johnny Bar to mount a depthfinder/GPS unit on my Tarpon 120 ultralight. The whole thing comes off at the…See More
"You can take out the nylon bag, but that kind of sets you up for not being able to reach what you put in there. Put stuff in a milk crate behind you. You don't have to twist around 180 degrees to access it, just flop you legs over the side and…"
"I never understood the complaining of "it's a wet ride", particularly with the old Tarpon 140's. You're in a kayak, you're going to get wet, dress appropriately. My Ride rides a little bit higher when I leave the…"
"I use it to take my kids (18 months and 3.5 years old) on small rivers near my home. I wouldn't use it to take another adult. That's why I left canoes. I like only having two variables: me and the river, not me, the river, and the other…"