The CanadianKayakAnglers.com 2013 Eastslope Kayak Fishing Classic is in the books. This years event didn’t go without its hiccups yet again. Southern Alberta saw floods on the weekend of the EKFC at levels never before seen with states of emergency called in a multiple locations. Our hearts go out to those affected by the floods
I was lucky enough to fit in a quick 2hr float last Friday before heading away for the weekend for some camping in Kananaskis Country with the Family. As I only had a few hours to spare between loading up the trailer and heading out I decided to do a 2 hr float from Fish
After a few missed attempts do to bad weather and limits on access points ( Ice Walls to 6 ft in some sections) I was finally able to get out and float my favorite section of the Lower Bow River and for 2 days no less. On day one I met up with fellow CKA
As a member of the Jackson Kayak Fishing Team I recently had the opportunity to attend the Calgary Outdoor Adventure Show with my friends from Undercurrents Paddling Store, our local Jackson dealer. I was able to join them for both days of the show in order to help expose more people to kayak fishing and
Here are a few of the things I’ve picked up while kayak fishing with my kids. Hopefully some this information will help make it easier to get your kids fishing out of kayaks.
Of all the things I’ve learned while trying to get my kids into kayak fishing their comfort is quite possibly the most
While I sit up here in the great white North waiting for the winter to pass me by I figured it would be nice to remind myself why I fish from a Kayak. Some of my nicer images from 2012!
JK Team – Stephen Laurie
After a few missed attempts due to conflicting schedules I was finally able connect with some of my kayak angling friends for a trip down the Red Deer River . The particular section we floated is home to walleye, northern pike, brown trout, rainbow trout, yellow perch, goldeye, and whitefish which makes for a pretty
I’m sure a lot of folks have already installed a drag chain on the Coosa but for anyone who hasn’t here’s a quick easy way to get one on your kayak.
What you will need:
· 1 Flexi Brand retractable dog leash, size small
Returning to the Bow River
A Video showing some highlights and clips from my return to the Bow River after an unusually long spring run-off. I spent a few hours prospecting from Mckinnon Flats to the Carsland Weir with some great results. The trout were hungry and it showed in good numbers and quality of fish.
As our open water fishing season up here in the North can be quite short due to the cold frozen winters I find myself doing a lot of cold weather paddling in hopes of extending my fishing season as long as possible. Kayaking fishing in cold weather can be very dangerous if you aren’t wearing