When I put together a review of the Wilderness Systems Ride 115X one piece of the boat really impressed me for it sheer ingenuity, the centre console that is designed to carry your echo sounder, battery, cabling and transducer all in one piece. Designed in association with Lowrance, the idea is that you can utilise all the great…Continue
Added by Gary Robinson on June 13, 2014 at 4:30am — No Comments
I just picked up a new commander 140. I have it on wall hangers in my garage with the keel against the wall (per instructions), noticed that the keel bows inward a bit (maybe 1/2" deep at the most) between the stern skid plate and the support bar in the front. Wanted to ask other commander owners if that is something normal, or if I should be concerned.
Added by Richard Cronkite on June 3, 2014 at 8:08am — No Comments
The Thresher is a much more stable boat with a larger weight capacity and a more comfortable seat than the Scupper Pro-Three miles should be no problem
Added by Dave Easton on March 21, 2014 at 12:09pm — No Comments
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The Wilderness Systems design team sat down with Pro Staffer CJ Siebler after testing the new offshore fishing kayak prototype to discuss his first impressions.
How did you get involved with the Wilderness Systems offshore prototype testing?
Earlier in the month I was asked, along with my fellow Wildy Pro Staffer Dave Easton and local expert and writer Paul Lebowitz, to participate in the testing of 2 new models form Wilderness Systems set to be launched this…Continue
You know, it really ticks me off when boaters see me on the water or at a launch and assume I know nothing about fishing because I am on a kayak. Just this weekend a guy tells me about "good fishing location for spot and croaker" with a tone that implied that's all a yak was good for. Little did he know I was fishing for those spot and croaker for my bait! I have even gone on my Wilderness Systems Profile page to say that my favorite past time is catching trophy fish in front of boaters from…Continue
Added by Jay Brooks on August 26, 2013 at 5:09pm — No Comments
Hi friends, i need to sell my new tarpon 120 kayak--I have a reallt bad back and thought i could deal with the lifting of this kayak--it is only bringing me more problems--thus the sale--asking $850.00 no paddle, but it does have a anchor system which hasn't been used, also a rod holder. I live in northern mich. , can meet you someplace if that will help
contact roger caylor 231-534-5490
Added by roger caylor on August 22, 2013 at 12:43pm — No Comments
I have 1995 Chesapeake and was wondering if anybody else owns one of these great yaks?Mine is the 36 pound fiberglass model with camo deck.It's great in small meandering streams and on open water and is light enough to portage.I use it in the backcountry of the Adirondack Mountains and it performs well.I know that they made some of these of Kevlar but since I acquired this yak,I have not seen any others out there.
Added by Terrence McLaughlin on August 19, 2013 at 1:54pm — No Comments
While on the range last week I learned Gunny Tychsen had never caught a fish. He had been fishing but never reeled one in. I woke up Sat and called Gunny to see if he wanted to try his luck. We couldn't go out in the yaks due to an injury he received in Iraq so we decided to walk the planks at the…Continue
Added by Jay Brooks on July 21, 2013 at 2:30pm — No Comments
Hi. I'm looking into getting into kayak fishing and I've been looking at many kayaks. I've drawn a conclusion between the Tarpon 120 and the Ride 115. I live in South Florida and I love to bass fish and saltwater fish when the surf is good. Any input?
I had plans to hit Rudee Inlet Friday morning of Memorial Day weekend for some reds and flounder. I was rigged up and met up with a buddy, William Ragulsky. He looked over my gear and said you wanna borrow a rod, I got an extra. I laughed him off and he handed me some leaders and said to retie, but I…Continue
Added by Jay Brooks on July 10, 2013 at 4:30pm — No Comments
I got done with work Thursday at 1300 and knew I wouldn't be able to relax while I still had new water to learn, and I have a lot of it here in Jacksonville NC. On the other hand I also knew the winds were pegged at 15knts and the water was a shade darker than chocolate milk. F it, I am going fishing. I head out and fish some holes taught to me by NCPierMan. I slip onto some flats and pound the banks with a gulp ripple mullet and pick up a 17" red. That was it. I decided to let the…Continue
Added by Jay Brooks on July 3, 2013 at 4:30pm — No Comments
I went out a few weeks ago and fished the shoals between Smith and Fishermans Islands in Virginia but the water was still a little too cold. The next week I received my pro staff shirt from Wilderness Systems and wanted to get some good shots with it and I knew the reds were getting close so I went despite unfavorable reports. I drove the four hours from NC and hung out with my wife that morning. She had an engagement that afternoon so I knew I could get out without much…Continue
My wife and I just recently moved to Ocean View, right on the water. We purchased a home knowing we wanted to raise it but we were waiting for FEMA to put us on the list. In the mean time Hurricane Sandy hit, and the max flood happened during the highest day of storm surge forcing my home underwater. I have been blessed with many people including fellow kayak fisherman Jason B and Lee Williams. Jason allowed me to borrow a dehumidifier and air filter while Lee came over and helped me…Continue
Added by Jay Brooks on June 19, 2013 at 4:43pm — No Comments
The longer I'm off the water the grumpier I get. This spring I've not been able to spend a lot of time chasing spawning largemouth bass due to work and other obligations. So I finally decided it was time to take a day off work and chase the big girls. They were calling for 15 mph-20 mph winds so I knew the conditions would be tough but I didn't care.
Added by Aaron Dryden on April 29, 2013 at 9:30pm — No Comments
I had the pleasure of being a part of the first annual KBF Open and Invitational. Unfortunately, I was not able to get down to South Carolina in time to participate in the tournament. When I finally arrived I rolled up my sleeves and told Chad I would be happy to help with anything he needed. So being the nice guy Mr. Hoover is he asked me to help…Continue
Added by Aaron Dryden on April 5, 2013 at 10:25am — No Comments
Having fished most of my life-now in my upper 60's , so it's been along relationship with fishing--started with panfish and carp down in southern illinois, to michigan panfish, bass, trout . Later becoming a multi term president of a trout unlimited chapter former editor/ writer for a fishing newsletter. , commercial fly tier , part time guide and always looking for a place to drop a line. I've also enjoyed musky and northern pike fishing. I've also won several competitions and placed…Continue
Added by roger caylor on March 14, 2013 at 8:35pm — No Comments