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“Northern New Mexico has some of the best trout fishing I’ve ever experienced. They have it all from East to West. Big rivers, tributaries, creeks, lakes – you name it, there’s fish in there.” Check out this fly fishing adventure from ACK employee, Drew Arnold!
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.
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 weather is cooling down and leaves are beginning to change as the perfect season for outdoor activities gets closer. Everyone has their fall traditions, but we encourage you to make the most out of this fall by trying something new!
The 2018 Hobie product line is here! Hobie will be adding two new colors as well as a new spin on an old favorite. Not to mention a BRAND NEW kayak! This new model broadens their already vast fleet of kayaks designed for fun or fishing, while the new colors allow Hobie owners to showcase their personalities.
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.
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.
Using a fish finder can be very rewarding. You’ll learn the lay of the land beneath the surface, begin to understand when and where fish school up, and hopefully by the end of the day, you’ll be paddling back to shore with a full stringer.