I was updating my calendar last night and I began adding all of the boat shows that we will be exhibiting at for 2011 and was shocked to see how saturated my calendar quickly became for January and February! While many folks might think that January is a slow month for ACK, it is actually one of our busiest.
Renting a kayak has many advantages for those who want to enjoy a long peaceful day on the water, get outfitted for an overnight trip or even compete in a kayak-fishing tournament. You don’t have to worry about storing the kayak and you’ll always be sure to be paddling the latest models.
We raved about new enhancement and updates to our website in this recent article and through other social media outlets but what about our physical stores? As you may know, we have 3 brick and mortar locations (Houston, Austin and San Marcos, Texas) and are always looking for ways to make your shopping experience a more enjoyable one.
As we all know, canoes have been around for a long time. In fact, scientists have discovered canoes that were dated as far back as 8000 B.
Offshore kayak fishing presents challenges that some kayak anglers may not be prepared for. One example is the integrity of a flush mounted rod holder when fishing for large pelagic fish.
When I first started working at ACK, one of my many tasks was to update or take photographs of about 140 images that were currently live on our website. The goal was to make it easy for you to know exactly what it is you are about to purchase — down to the finest detail.
I’ve personally enjoyed the art of relaxing for pretty much all my life and discovered that one of best ways to fully appreciate this great pastime is with the help of a hammock. There is nothing like relaxing to the sounds of nature while enjoying the cool breeze in the great outdoors.