Before you get out on the water this weekend, be sure to check your local fishing report! Texas folks, we pulled the below information from the latest report from Texas Parks and Wildlife.
As the name suggests, sight casting is the stealthy art of glancing over the water and positioning your bait in an area where you’ve spotted fish movement. But not every kayak is designed for you to stand and cast. If you’re looking for the thrill of sight casting at fish from far above the water, you may want to consider trying out a fishing stand up paddle board!
As the weather starts heating up and sweaty, sunny days out on the water await us, have you got your fishing wardrobe ready? The best thing you can do for your comfort and skin protection when you’re out kayak or SUP fishing in the sun is to opt for a long-sleeve shirt made out of light, breathable material.
You could technically bring a fishing rod and sit on your cooler on a standard SUP, so what makes the Kahuna a fishing SUP? As a response to growing interest in SUP fishing, manufacturers began offering paddle boards with built-in mounting options for fishing accessories, as well as shaping the actual board to be wider with a hull design crafted to allow for anglers to sneak up on fish (aka, less hull slap/noise).
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.
A self-proclaimed “Huck Finn wannabe,” Mark Vlaskamp has been paddling a canoe since he was a kid. After serving as YakGear’s marketing director for four years, he left the position at the beginning to 2016 to spend a significant part of the year on the road.
Fishfinders give you the gift of underwater vision.
Although weather isn’t something we can control, we can track and predict it.