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Last month, Carlos Andreu took a trip down south to the coast off Corpus Christi, Texas for some kayak fishing at its finest and took a stab at spear fishing for the first time.
It finally happened. My first ever kayak fishing trip.
I’m still learning the ways of the kayak fishing game and on my most recent adventure was reminded of the importance to not make any assumptions while you’re on the water. Our Graphic Designer Drew and I had the opportunity to join Ryan Schaper and Nate Wilson from our Austin store on a trip down the San Marcos River here in Texas.
Hooray for summer! Growing up in San Diego, CA – a top summer vacation destination shaped me to be the ultimate summer person.
In addition to serving as the fearless leader of our Marketing team, Roland Jimenez is an amazing amateur photographer. Last Fall, while at the KATS Classic, he had the opportunity to take some epic kayak fishing shots….
About an hour away from ACK headquarters, is the laid back college town, San Marcos, TX home of one of our stores and the beautiful San Marcos River. A balmy 72°, this stretch of water is home to Sunfish, Large Mouth Bass, Long-Nose Gar, Small Mouth Bass, and Guadalupe Bass (Texas’ state fish!).
Yakety_Yak here once again with another BTB report. Sit back, relax, grab a beer, put your reading glasses on, and get ready for the show because it’s about to begin!
I was in school and inside for about 7 hours, once I got home I decided to go out fishing for an hour or so because the conditions were perfect. I grabbed my GoPro and my phone and went straight down to the lake where my new Hobie Pro Angler 12 was waiting for me.
As a military brat, it’s tough to “officially” say where Warren of our Austin, Texas store is from – he was born in Georgia, bopped around several states, and even spent time living in Japan – until his family settled in Northern California. He found his way into the ACK family after stopping by our store to pick up some gear, “My wife and I had just moved to Austin from California three days ago and I couldn’t find our anchors anywhere – maybe the never even made it into the uHaul…