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Hobie Kayaks, with their versatile yet simple design, are one of the most popular and high quality boats on the market today. In this article, I’ll outline to the best of my knowledge what I am calling the “ins and outs” of the Hobie brand, looking over features of the kayaks in each series.
So you’re looking to get into Kayak Fishing? There are some essentials you will need. You’ll obviously need your kayak, paddle and safety gear, but there are other small items needed to make the fishing experience more enjoyable.
If you’ve thought ahead before your kayak purchase, you may have already purchased a roof rack, bed extender or trailer. But in the eager fog of ordering a kayak, you also may have forgotten. Either way, you’ve got so many options.
Kayaking can be enjoyed solo or tandem, but who said both boat occupants needed to be human? Judging from a recent Facebook call for paddling pup photos, we know a lot of you have a furry friend (or two!
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.
We’d like to take this opportunity to spread the word about the good work being done over at Heroes On The Water, a non-profit organization that works to provide therapeutic kayak fishing for military veterans, active-duty and their families.
A new dog owner was looking for a way to take their adopted lab Kira on 4-day river trips, so they installed Harmony Silent Traction Pads on the nose of their boat to give their dog more grip to stand.
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!
The plan was to put in around 10 am, paddle until we reached the island we’d camp on, spend the night, then pack up and paddle until we reached our take-out point under a bridge around mid-afternoon the next day, where Rising Phoenix would pick us up and take us back to Bastrop.