On October 4th, 2017, some of Texas’ top kayak anglers came together to participate in the Kayak Angler’s Tournament Series on Sam Rayburn. Check out this photo blog of the action that took place during the tournament!
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Saturday was a productive fishing day for most, as 36 anglers battled it out in the waters around of the Upper Laguna Madre to find the best bag of 3 slot Redfish. As he is known to do, Fil Spencer squeezed into first with the best three slot reds to earn 83.
Combining his best five events, with a grand total of 483 points, Guillermo Gonzales was crowned our 2017 Angler of the Year at the final KATS event in our regular season at Lake Travis. We caught up with him to chat about this season and what we can expect from him in the future in both fishing, and life.
This year we kicked off our Junior Angler of the Year program thanks to a wonderful anonymous KATS angler that donated a fully-rigged fishing kayak! We chatted with our first ever winner Kayden Drake about all things fishing, from early memories to mentorship, to get a better picture of the guy behind the title.
Down at the Texas coast lies a stretch of undeveloped island, secluded from crowds of beachgoers while filled with wildlife and unspoiled natural features. The Padre Island National Seashore is a treasure to fishermen, campers, windsurfers, and bird watchers.
So you’re looking to get into Kayak Fishing? There are some essentials you will need. You’ll obviously need your kayak, paddle and safety gear, but there are other small items needed to make the fishing experience more enjoyable.
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!