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
Hi Chris, I live up in central lake, i used to live in berkley--on columbia--anyway i just sold my power boat and hae kayaked several yrs--however i decided to go green and forgo another power boat- Have not fishing from a kayak , just bought a wilderness tarpon 120-from a dealer in trav. city , I have hundreds of asst lures, anything from asst. plastics, cranksbaits,spinnerbaits,jigs,you name it i probably have at least 20 to hundreds of anything. I'm very concerned about tipping over…Continue
Added by roger caylor on March 11, 2013 at 5:51pm — No Comments
There are day I come into work at Wilderness Systems, find things like this in my inbox, and it serves as a great reminder that this company really does try to make an impact in the community and help people, not just sell them products. The thing is, every year we get sponsorship requests from lots of great tournaments, and while we would love to contribute to every single one, we simply cannot. This year, we made a commitment to sponsor every Heroes on the Water benefiting tournament we…Continue
Added by Micah Taylor on February 7, 2013 at 10:46am — No Comments
Added by willy asab on January 18, 2013 at 11:30am — No Comments
It's always good to have a back up plan when are planning a fishing trip. Mother nature has a bad habit of throwing a wrench in your plans. Mat and I planned on fishing a winter area this weekend but decide to scrap the trip when the weatherman told us the winds would be blowing up to 30 mph directly up river from where we would be fishing. Keeping stationary is very important when winter fishing because you need to be able to feel those extremely subtle bites. We decided to go with our Plan…Continue
Added by Aaron Dryden on December 11, 2012 at 10:52pm — No Comments
Read to the end (it gets good).
Our forum was highly spammed yesterday. I am sorry for the annoyance that I'm sure popped up on everyone's home page. We have safeguards in place to try to keep this community exclusive, that is, to keep out any person with an agenda and free up space for those who are enthusiastic about kayak fishing. Somehow, those fell through yesterday.
What didn't fail us, of course, was you. Thank you to everyone who reported the issue and helped to keep…Continue
Added by Micah Taylor on December 5, 2012 at 9:42am — No Comments
I shot this video in some of the most unique river fisheries in Texas and Pennsylvania. Enjoy....
Added by Juan Veruete on November 19, 2012 at 9:17pm — No Comments
A few weeks ago, headed up to Northern CA for some kayak trout fishing on Lake Almanor. Met up with my good friend, loaded up the kayaks, and made our way to the lake.
But first stop Philbrook lake for some small rainbows, woulda been nice to kayak, but since it was a pit stop, we decided to just do a few casts.
The Road up to Lake Almanor!
Stopped of to take a look at Butt creek, yes, that is its name!…Continue
Added by Chris Fierro on November 15, 2012 at 5:14pm — No Comments
One of the biggest impediments to fishing at night is vision. In order to cast to structure and points, you have to be able to see them. However, traditional lighting methods tend to ruin your night vision and/or draw in too many insects. That's where [url=http://www.SuperNovafishinglights.com]SuperNova Fishing Lights[/url] comes in. They offer LED strip lighting in various colors and lengths that you can apply to your kayak to solve your need for lighting, and at the same time make you more…Continue
Added by Michael Guyer on November 13, 2012 at 10:21pm — No Comments
Fall in the north eastern United States means the river smallmouth put on the feedbag preparing for the long winter when food will be scarce. Appeal to the smallmouths “need to feed” by sputtering spinnerbaits!
Kayak Fish PA, LLC - Professional Kayak Fishing Instruction and Guide Services.…Continue
Added by Juan Veruete on November 3, 2012 at 7:47pm — No Comments
Decided to put some SuperNova Fishing Lights on my Ride 135. In this photo, you can see the 28" strips of blue on the bow, 20" strips of blue on the stern, 4' white strips inside the hull and the original SuperNova submersible bait-attracting light in the water. What is not visible are the 3-LED blue strips (2) in the cockpit for task lighting and the same in the tank well so that I can see what's in my crate. More info can be found at…Continue
Added by Tyler Sams on September 30, 2012 at 9:25pm — No Comments
I picked up my Tarpon 120 from Adventure Sport in Sacramento on Sept. 21. Good price, great service, a really good dealer. On the 22nd I met with a group from NorCal Kayak anglers on the American River. They helped me on and off the water and even taught me how to get in without falling in. After that it was all the Tarpon. I have bad equilibrium and was a little worried. The Tarpon is VERY stable, I stopped worrying in about 2 minutes. This is my first ever kayak and Wilderness Systems…Continue
Added by Shelley Singer on September 23, 2012 at 12:20pm — No Comments
Over the years I've tinkered with various variations and refinements for rigging soft plastics. Here's one that I've found to make a difference in my catch rates on tough days.
Added by Juan Veruete on September 12, 2012 at 9:20pm — No Comments
I went out this week looking for some fun. Kevin said he had a spot for us, I was hesitant because I really wanted to head out to the CBBT but I took him up on the offer. We get to his spot and its literally every cast we hook into 13-17 inch Reds. Many times the bait wouldn’t get to the bottom before hooking up.…Continue
Added by Jay Brooks on September 6, 2012 at 3:48pm — No Comments
It was a hot one...
C'MON COLD FRONTS...G
Added by G.J. 'Kingz' Stevens on September 3, 2012 at 12:32pm — No Comments