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As it goes with most things in the outdoor world, less is more.This philosophy rings especially true in the kayak fishing world, where we are constrained by the limited space on our kayaks. Choosing the right tool for the job means making sure that it fulfills its purpose and it is deserving of space on your kayak.
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!
We officially declare May 6, intentionally set in the spring season (feeling like summer in some states), as a day in the year where we urge everyone to get out and enjoy the Great Outdoors on the water, celebrating the hobby, sport, and lifestyle that is kayak fishing.
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. Here’s a blog by ACK San Marcos Store Associate Casey Billingsley documenting his experience kayak fishing on the Texas coast.
Foot-powered kayaks, boats that are equipped with a pedal drive, are becoming more and more common as innovation in the kayak fishing world expands the realm of options. We thought a side-by-side comparison of popular pedal models would be helpful for those looking to make the investment.
There’s a lot of accessories available for kayaking and kayak fishing, but you’ve got two essentials to get out on the water: A PFD and a paddle. Knowing this, we want to draw attention to a very handy section of our site: The Kayak Packages Page!
You’re getting a lot of information in a one stop shop at your fingertips, including access to current and all past issues of the Texas Parks & Wildlife magazine, as well as hunting and fishing guides.
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.