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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.
This year we kicked off our Junior Angler of the Year program thanks to a wonderful anonymous KATS angler that donated a fully-rigged fishing kayak! We chatted with our first ever winner Kayden Drake about all things fishing, from early memories to mentorship, to get a better picture of the guy behind the title.
So you’re looking to get into Kayak Fishing? There are some essentials you will need. You’ll obviously need your kayak, paddle and safety gear, but there are other small items needed to make the fishing experience more enjoyable.
Bass fishing in the summer can be one of the hardest times of the year to catch fish. The conditions are mostly bluebird skies, light wind, and high heat, which means that the fish are going to be found deep, or in the shade trying to escape the heat in cooler water.
The first Friday of each month, Old Town’s Facebook releases a new video discussing a different topic. In May’s video, Keith covers how to catch monster bass during the spawn and top tackle recommendations. Go ahead and give the Old Town FB page a like if you haven’t already, and follow along!
Here at ACK, now more than ever, we take kayak fishing gear very seriously and we know that you do too, that’s why we’ve put together a comprehensive list of what we believe are this year’s best tools. We hope it takes you out on the water and leads you to your biggest and best catches yet. Peruse the list and click the links for more information on any item of your choice.
Originally published on fix.com by Mike Cork Bass Baiting by Season Understand the Cyclical Feeding Habits of Bass Bass are among the most sought-after freshwater game fish.
Guest Blog by Ben Duchesney @ Kayak Angler Mag A N0-Name Lake Turns Into The New Spot After A Giant Largemouth. “With spring time bass fishing in full swing, I was a little discouraged this year,” said David Tassos, “because of the rising commitments at work and the worst – my favorite bass honey hole was now protected by 3 gated communities surrounding it on all sides.