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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.
For those who don’t know, we offer four Go Play Days (paid workdays) a year for all employees to get outside and learn more about our products through personal experience. Of course, it doesn’t take much pushing to get ACK-ers outside.
If you’re a frequent reader of our blog, you may have noticed we recently decided to launch a monthly blog series that digs into the numbers to answer the question “What are people buying?” Here are the top 5 kayaks we sold in May.
Ready to take your kayak fishing beyond the breakers (slang for offshore)? There are specific considerations to consider when making the leap to offshore fishing, which offers a completely different terrain and fish species.
Summer is in full swing (at least in Texas). As days get longer and temperatures rise, the heat may encourage more evening into night paddle sessions. Before you head out there, here are some things to consider.
New month, new gear! Keeping up with our new tradition of a monthly product pick blog to help you keep up with our constantly updating inventory, we asked the ACK merchandising team for their input on what to spotlight for June.
Sometimes I struggle with buying gifts for my father. I’m not the only one, right? That being said, working for ACK has opened up my world to a whole new selection of options. Now that Father’s Day is rolling around, I can think outside of the usual boring box with the 2017 Father’s Day Gear Guide we put together this year.
As the weather starts heating up and sweaty, sunny days out on the water await us, have you got your fishing wardrobe ready? The best thing you can do for your comfort and skin protection when you’re out kayak or SUP fishing in the sun is to opt for a long-sleeve shirt made out of light, breathable material.
We’re guessing a lot of older dads out there grew up fishing but may not have ventured into the kayak fishing world over the years for whatever reason. Maybe they’re nervous about leaving the shore and the stability of a yak, maybe they’re not interested in the physical act of paddling, or perhaps they just haven’t had the opportunity.