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There is nothing more that I love than fishing with friends. Getting to do so while raising money and awareness for numerous foundations like the National MS Society and Heroes on the Water make it even better.
There are times in life you run across some really incredible folks doing some amazing work that in no way benefits themselves. Steven Schmidt and his group from NuStar for 8 years have put on one of the best inshore tournaments anywhere.
We are proud to announce our sponsorship of the 8th Annual Casting for a Cause Fishing Tournament in Port Aransas, Texas. Casting for a Cause is one of the fastest growing, non-profit fishing tournaments in the Coastal Bend accumulating over 2,500 anglers over the past 7 years and an expected 600 participants this year alone.
Re-posted from FishKATS.com Robert Leon reeled them in on Saturday catching the days’ only limit totaling 85.
Re-posted from FishKATS.com The KATS 2014 season kicked off on Saturday with the largest field of competitors in the series to date.
There’s a lot of talk around the ACK offices and our stores about the Kayak Anglers Tournament Series (KATS) and if you aren’t an angler, that can leave you feeling a little left out at times. Case in point:
On January 23rd at 7:15am, 62 kayaks competing in KATS parted the morning mist, all with an angle to hook a Big Bass.
Kayak fishing is a popular activity these days and as a result we’re seeing more and more people trying their luck in tournaments. Because competitive events can sometimes be confusing and maybe even a bit intimidating, we wanted to share this advice from regular guest blogger Chris Payne who recently had his first tournament experience.