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offshore kayak fishing
Guest blog written by Stephen Snider with Railblaza This year, we have seen multiple big water kayaks like the Viking Reload and the Wilderness Thresher introduced to the market.
From the Yak Gear / Railblaza Team Paddling through the rough surf for an offshore kayak fishing adventure, more commonly referred to as surf launching, can be challenging depending on your specific location, the weather conditions, and the size of the swells you are battling! Done properly, surf launching can be a painless hurdle on the path to large offshore fish waiting to be caught, photographed, and either cooked up or released to be caught another day!
Cliff from ACK Houston shares his personal perspective after replacing his milk crate with a Watertrail Fishing Buddy and using it for the past 6 months. I purchased the Watertrail Fishing Buddy w/ Rod Holders because it gave me a lot more features than the conventional milk crate that I had previously used.
Well, my first Boondoggle has come and gone. I will be completely honest with you, I am actually really sad that I have to wait until February to attend the next one.
The Moken 14 Continues to Impress for Offshore Kayak Fishing Feel Free Kayaks pro-staffer “Scribs” Perry submitted this report from the Florida coast, giving us another reason why the Moken 14 rocks for offshore kayak fishing. Here’s what he had to say:
For the second year in a row, ACK is proud to sponsor the Extreme Kayak Fishing Tournament in Florida. This offshore kayak fishing tournament series has ‘Extreme’ in its name for a reason:
When I look at how far the sport of kayak fishing has grown over the years, it’s pretty downright amazing. Several years ago, when I would go kayak fishing, it was a treat to see a couple of fellow anglers towing around their plastic boats.
Offshore kayak fishing presents challenges that some kayak anglers may not be prepared for. One example is the integrity of a flush mounted rod holder when fishing for large pelagic fish.