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Texas Kayak Fishing
Kicking off the New Year big, the FishKATS X event on Lake Bastrop set the all time record with 147 participants! As check-in progressed, more and more anglers crowded the area, filling the bone-chilling, cold air with anxiousness and excitement.
Craving a little bit of kayak fishing action but the weather is holding you back? Live vicariously through the 2015 Kayak Angler Tournament Series(KATS) competitive anglers duking it out in a 2-day battle for the title of Classic Champion!
Whenever I hit the water the primary objective is always to have a safe, fun experience doing something that I enjoy. However, if I am paddling a boat for the first time or using new equipment, it is my responsibility as a kayak salesman to test our products for performance and usability and share my findings with our customers.
I’m very fortunate that with my job I get to meet a lot of people that love to kayak fish. I met Mike Morales from Fin Factory Kayak Charters in Corpus Christi when he and his wife visited the store.
Austin Canoe and Kayak Raises $2,250 For Local Outdoor Organizations Through Kayak Fishing, Looks To 2014
Austin, Texas – Outdoor retailer, Austin Canoe and Kayak (ACK), a division of MSP Holdings, LLC made donations totaling $2,250 to the Kids Outdoor Zone and Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center using money raised by their Kayak Angler Tournament Series (KATS) in 2013. In addition, a total of 24 fishing rods were donated to Brown Santa for the holidays to help children celebrate Christmas.
There’s Never Been a Better Time for Freshwater Kayak Fishing in Texas A few years ago you would be hard pressed to find a kayak fishing tournament in Texas for freshwater anglers. Certainly they existed, but mostly hidden among forums or in the minds of those in the know.