I had the opportunity to make the voyage to Titusville, Florida for the Merritt Island/ Kars Park Boondoggle over the President’s Day holiday weekend. The Boondoggle, hosted by Yakangler.com and Kayak Fishing Radio, is a low key get together of kayak anglers for the enjoyment of kayak fishing and socializing. The Merritt Island
When I first heard that Jackson Kayak was going to come out with a kayak that glows in the dark, I thought “these guys have a few screws loose”. The more I thought about it the more I liked the idea of having a glowing kayak. Why not have a kayak that glows
I have been fishing out of my Big Tuna in the solo mode for a while now and absolutely enjoy the spaciousness and stability of it when fishing my favorite inshore areas. This past weekend I finally made good on a promise to take my daughter out for some fishing. Instead of hauling two
A fellow kayak angler from Georgia and I headed down to Titusville, Fl. for the Regional IFA (Inshore Fishing Association) Kayak Tour Event. We arrived in Titusville around 7pm on Thursday and checked into the room, we made some phone calls, checked out some maps, and got our tackle and game plan ready for the
Received my sand colored Big Tuna last week and finally got a chance over the weekend to try it out on the water.
Unloading at the ramp was a cinch! I paddled out about 50 yards and went ahead and stood up and paddled the rest of the way to the ICW in the standing position.
Arriving a day prior to the tournament day, I pre-fished an area that I had never fished before. I was able to locate several nice schools of over slot redfish cruising the flats at the lower end of the tide. I was unable to get them to eat any of the lures that I had
I arrived in Jacksonville a couple days early to do some socializing and fishing with friends. Upon arrival, myself and Kevin “Troutman” Kappel fished in the Mayport area to get our Jacksonville fishing fix. We were able to get into a few nice flounder on artificial baits. The paddle was nice, sneaking up on
There I was sitting in my kayak needing to reach forward to turn on my camera. I kept wondering why in the world I was having such difficulty completing such a mundane and easy task. Was I getting old? Of course, but that wasn’t completely the reason for the difficulty. Then it dawned on me,
After receiving my new Jackson Kayak Cuda, I began to formulate how I wanted to rig it for the kind of fishing that I do. Usually the first thing I consider is an anchor trolley. I mainly fish inshore waters from South Carolina to Northern Florida that have their fair share of tidal current
Several years ago I began kayak fishing after knowing only one other guy doing it. I was hooked, pun intended. I had a 10 foot sit on top kayak that I had been using over the years for exercise, I rigged it with a rod holder and made stuff fit where I could.