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It’s time for KATS! The 2013 series is coming up fast in the central Texas area.
Lake Fayette is a favorite destination for anglers all over Texas (and sometimes the world) and is even one of the destinations picked out for ACK’s Kayak Angler Tournament Series. Well, I came across a video from Bobby Clark, a Wilderness Systems Pro Staff angler, fishing Fayette in his Wilderness Systems Ride 115 and I have to say that I was impressed.
ACK’s very own Kristian Kolflat, Austin Store Assistant Manager and KATS Tournament Director, was interviewed by Pat Kellner of FishTattoo. In the interview, Kristian speaks on ACK, KATS and kayak fishing in terms of both the industry itself as well as his own passion for the sport.
Part of enjoying your kayak is bringing it with you to explore new places. Some of the most memorable paddling experiences can happen just because you have a new backdrop to stare at during your breathers.
Skwoosh is a customer favorite when it comes to outfitting any kayak for comfort. They design and create seats and pads for a wide range of purposes from long distance paddling to kayak fishing.
Thule has been solving the problem of how to bring equipment along with you on the go since 1942. They create premium roof racks, bike and water sports carriers as well as roof boxes for your vehicle that are both visually impressive and functionally effective.
NRS is at the core of paddling. Established in 1972 by founder Bill Parks, NRS has a rich history of growing from the ground up.
After 6 month of competition, the 2012 Kayak Angler Tournament Series has come to an end. The six events held this year proved to be a lot of fun as well as challenging due to various weather and wind patterns.
The KATS Wildcard event was a battleground event as competitors took a chance at securing one of five spots for the 2012 Classic Championship. Thirty-two competitors lined the shores of Walter E.