As it goes with most things in the outdoor world, less is more.This philosophy rings especially true in the kayak fishing world, where we are constrained by the limited space on our kayaks. Choosing the right tool for the job means making sure that it fulfills its purpose and it is deserving of space on your kayak.
The first Friday of each month, Old Town’s Facebook releases a new video discussing a different topic. In May’s video, Keith covers how to catch monster bass during the spawn and top tackle recommendations. Go ahead and give the Old Town FB page a like if you haven’t already, and follow along!
When I was young, old Western movies portrayed Texas as a land of mountains, cactus and desert as far as the eye could see. But where I grew up, it was nothing like that.
The cleanup was organized by the American Rivers and was part of their National River Cleanup®, an American Rivers program that keeps rivers and streams trash-free. Austin saw 128 volunteers come out to clean up about 2,575 lbs of trash from four sites along the river.
A new dog owner was looking for a way to take their adopted lab Kira on 4-day river trips, so they installed Harmony Silent Traction Pads on the nose of their boat to give their dog more grip to stand.
Did you know that each of our five Texas retail stores has its own page? That’s right! On our blog, you will find pages dedicated to each retail store and its local happenings; just browse the top header to navigate between the stores.
If you’re fishing the Texas Gulf Coast (or any other coast) and want to use a simple yet effective technique to catch inshore species like reds, trout or flounder, then try a popping cork rig. Here’s some quick info on gathering your supplies and mastering the movement.
We officially declare May 6, intentionally set in the spring season (feeling like summer in some states), as a day in the year where we urge everyone to get out and enjoy the Great Outdoors on the water, celebrating the hobby, sport, and lifestyle that is kayak fishing.