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Barometric pressure is essentially the weight of the air; it constantly pushes down on everything – on us, on the earth and on the surface of the water. Since weather is such an influential factor when it comes to fishing, my time on the water has confirmed that barometric pressure can be very accurate.
Here’s a blog by ACK San Marcos Store Associate Alex Martinez documenting his experience fishing for white bass at Nails Creek State Park in Texas.
Article originally published on Fix.com.
Here’s a lil photo blog by ACK Buyer Levi Cardinal documenting his experience taking his family to South Padre Island!
You’ve probably heard us refer to ACK as “Your Kayak Fishing HQ” lately.
“I want to be a role model for the younger generation and learn from the older, and enjoy every short minute that we have here on earth to the fullest extent.”
We chatted with KATS Texas’ Angler of the Year Tyler Howell about all things fishing, from early memories to mentorship, to get a better picture of the guy behind the title.
Here’s some favored fish recipes we collected from ACK employees. They’re all very different, so give one or all four a try and let us know what you think.