If you’ve been kayak fishing here in Texas you’ve probably heard of our favorite kayak fishing event: Kayak Anglers Tournament Series (KATS).
BBC News recently ran an article reporting how a study global fishing catch is significantly under-reported according to a study conducted by the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization. According to findings, “the amount of fish taken from the world’s oceans over the last 60 years has been underestimated by more than 50%”.
I chatted with Barrett Fine, ACK’s Regional Operations Manager about ways anglers can improve their kayak fishing experience. Always a wealth of information, Barrett had the wise comment that increasing comfort while on the water is the best bet for improving your next kayak fishing trip.
Whenever I hit the water the primary objective is always to have a safe, fun experience doing something that I enjoy. However, if I am paddling a boat for the first time or using new equipment, it is my responsibility as a kayak salesman to test our products for performance and usability and share my findings with our customers.
If you’ve never heard of the booming sport of SUP Fishing, this is a great first glance into this beautiful and relaxing adventure. Let ACK’s own Carlos Andreu take you on a journey around Ladybird Lake in Austin, TX and describe to you what makes this sport at once so thrilling and ultimately so enjoyable.
In a world of too much information and too little time, we know how valuable focused and resourceful product information is to our customers. We also know that second to product information, providing our customers with the opportunity to see the product being used in a real world situation can not only help drive a buying decision but perhaps inspire them to go out and enjoy the great outdoors.
You know the classic story about an up and coming star who happens to be discovered at some event like a Chili cookoff or waiting in line for coffee? Well, Barrett is kind of like the kayak fishing version of this.