Foot-powered kayaks, boats that are equipped with a pedal drive, are becoming more and more common as innovation in the kayak fishing world expands the realm of options. We thought a side-by-side comparison of popular pedal models would be helpful for those looking to make the investment.
Anticipation is high, but the wait for FeelFree’s Overdrive to be released is almost over. It’s coming out this summer and is designed to retrofit into the Lure 11.5 and 13.5. To quell your curiosity (or fuel it…), here’s some never-before-seen close-up photos of the drive.
There’s a lot of accessories available for kayaking and kayak fishing, but you’ve got two essentials to get out on the water: A PFD and a paddle. Knowing this, we want to draw attention to a very handy section of our site: The Kayak Packages Page!
Barometric pressure is essentially the weight of the air; it constantly pushes down on everything – on us, on the earth and on the surface of the water. Since weather is such an influential factor when it comes to fishing, my time on the water has confirmed that barometric pressure can be very accurate.
Yes, we’ve had people show up to our shops or warehouse ready to take home a boat but lacking the rack or trailer necessary to haul it. Fortunately, we’ve got both racks and trailers to choose from!
Although Hobie came out with its original Mirage Drive back in 1997, a revolutionary development, it wasn’t until this year that the company introduced the game-changing reverse system.
My good friend Steve O. (who also happens to be ACK’s Hobie Kayak sales rep) and I decided to take a few days and camp on the Colorado River.