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I chatted with Barrett Fine, ACK’s Regional Operations Manager about ways anglers can improve their kayak fishing experience. Always a wealth of information, Barrett had the wise comment that increasing comfort while on the water is the best bet for improving your next kayak fishing trip.
Meet Big Names of Kayak Fishing at ACK Austin this Weekend I was scrolling through the list of representatives that we have coming to our ACK Austin store this weekend for Demo Days when I realized how many awesome people we have coming together for this event. If you’re a local Austin paddlers who is looking to further your kayak fishing knowledge and skills, you won’t want to miss this event.
We’ve all been pretty busy over here at ACK HQ but we’ve recently taken the time to show off some of our favorite products in our ongoing series of In Focus product spotlight videos. We thought we’d dedicate a blog post to highlight what we’ve put in the spotlight recently.
With the growing popularity of the Native Watercraft Slayer 12, we decided it was about time we put together an all inclusive package to help you get out on the water with just the right gear that will get you fishing as quickly and as easily as possible! The Native Watercraft Slayer 12 Kayak Fishing Package comes with the Native Watercraft Slayer 12, a Bending Branches Slice Glass Kayak Paddle, a Stohlquist Fisherman PFD, two Installed Flush Mount Rod Holders, one installed Scotty Bait Caster Rod Holder, one Square Outfitting Plate and a Bungee Paddle Leash.
Streamed live on Dec. 18th via a Google+ Hangout, Chris Hackerd, ACK Co-Owner and VP of Store Operations, shows how to perform a flush mounted rod holder installation on a kayak.
A coastal kayak fishing adventure by ACK Employee, Kristian Kolflat I hadn’t planned on getting struck by the whip-like harpoon-resembling barbed tail of a large stingray, but as I shuffled foot-by-foot in the waist deep, mucky-waters of the back bays of Port Aransas’ world-class fishing waters, this seemed more and more likely. “Always shuffle your feet,” an old friend preached to me for years.