The process of selecting a kayak for fishing can be extremely overwhelming. There are so many kayaks designed for fishing but always keep in mind, any kayak can be a fishing kayak if you’re fishing from it. We asked our customers what they consider to be the most important aspect when purchasing a fishing kayak and these 6 features were the most popular.
Thank you all for coming out to our 2017 Fall ACK Kayak Demo Days! We had some incredible vendor reps and employees out on the water, and we hope you were able to take advantage of the great clinics they hosted.
When it comes to your outdoor adventure, the proper gear can make or break your time on water or trail. These lists are intentionally designed to include everything but the kitchen sink.
There are tons of affordable kayak fishing accessories that can make a BIG impact on you and your kayak’s performance. Whether you’re just getting started or you’re already a seasoned vet, these accessories are a must for a successful day of kayak fishing!
While most understand that their body size will ultimately determine the kayak that best suits their needs, there are many more features regarding size to look for that cater to the kind of paddling you’ll be doing.
As one of the fastest growing recreational kayak activities, kayak fishing has moved up the totem pole to attract all types of anglers from around the world. Whether you’re itching to get away from the bank and onto the water or you’re ready to down size from that power boat, fishing from a kayak may be your answer.
The world is such a big place. There are thousands of places yet for me to see. Luckily this summer I was able to cross off a few, France, Italy, and Switzerland. For 10 wonderful days I toured the Mont Blanc mountain range. It was beautiful, and will forever be ingrained in my brain as one of the most amazing adventures I’ve ever been on.
ACK Demo Days is a unique experience for paddlers. Weather you are in the market for a new kayak, or just getting into the sport, it gives you the opportunity to try out the kayaks in the market and determine what is right for you, before you make a purchase.