I called Kevin and we made plans to head out for a lesson in sight casting Stripers. We paddled to the hunting grounds and began looking into the murky water. Kevin quickly stands up but I am still not confident enough to stand and fish out of my Tarpon 140. I decide I am going to buy a Wilderness Systems Ride 135 at that moment so I can hunt and not be led to fish. Soon Justin and I see Kevin Trade his paddle for his rod. He fires a couple times, he hooks up. Justin and I…
Stoked to be invited to join the Wildy Pro Staff...
Look forward to contributing(by way of south Texas) to a company that produces best fishing kayaks made...Been fishing a Wildy since I was first introduced to yak fishing years ago...Had a good evening...Including my PB redfish…Continue
Did I mention they are FREE!!!! Regional Challenge
Added by kayakbasstx on May 14, 2012 at 12:42am — No Comments
This is another week leading up to a week off with the Marines so I had to make the best of it. I was watching the forcast and it looked beautiful for both my days off. I picked up my new Ride 135 the week before and had it rigged for sight casting so I was ready to slime her for the first time! I met up with Kevin late on the first day. The light was fading and we hadn’t found any fish. The Ride 135 was much more stable than I thought and made standing and casting an easy task. Kevin…Continue
Added by Jay Brooks on May 8, 2012 at 10:00am — No Comments
Follow our blog and GPS track in real time during our 2012 Devils River trip, on this trip are Juan Verueta with Kayak Fish Pa llc, Ray Benash (Rbenash on KBF) and River Smallies, Tom Cadwalder and Brent Schnupp (schnuppdagwg1 KBF).
Team Devils River Blog…Continue
Added by Brent Schnupp on May 4, 2012 at 4:20pm — No Comments