Our sincerest thoughts go to those who have been affected by this devastating storm. The storm has already brought historic rain and flooding to the Texas Coast, and is expected to continue through the week.
Austin Canoe & Kayak (ACK) is excited to announce the return of its annual Fall Demo Day events. The event will feature over 90 kayaks, canoes and stand up paddleboards, as well as educational clinics from industry experts.
As the Texas Coastal area continues to face harsh weather conditions, we have updates on how the storms are affecting ACK and our customers. Store Updates Both Houston Locations will be closed until further notice Austin location is dealing with power outages and will be open ASAP San Antonio and San Marcos locations are open For customers shopping online, please understand that some orders ship directly from our stores.
Football season is around to corner and this fall, we want you to Tailgate like a Pro! This fall, be the king of your tailgate and come prepared! Keep your drinks ice cold whether they’re in the cooler or in your hand, and be sure to keep the party going all day with a speaker that will stay charged from early morning and far into the night!
Check out this Go Play Day from the ACK Houston Store Associate, John Hayes! Last week he spent a night kayak-camping on the Colorado River in Columbus, TX. This was the maiden voyage for his brand-new Tarpon 120, so I was really excited to get it out on the water.
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.
As the summer comes to an end, it’s time we prepare for the next adventure. “Back to school” season is in full swing and we want to outfit your school year. Check out some of our favorite products to equip you for long days on campus as well as the trail!
If you ever pulled up to shore after a long day of fishing, got out your kayak, and realized that the deck looked like a yard sell; you might need some help with organization! The rear tank well has always been one of the best places to keep your gear for easy accessibility while using a crate will guarantee your gear doesn’t wander off during your day on the water.
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.