Tag: wilderness systems
Not only is the Kayak Angler Tournament Series (KATS) a great place to kick back and enjoy the outdoors, fishing and camaraderie but it’s also a great place to learn from the experts in their field. Wilderness Systems representative Blake Bartlett took some time off from promoting his products at the Lake Bastrop event last weekend to talk to us about the unique features of the Wilderness Systems Commander which make it ideal for the fisherman or someone looking for a canoe / kayak hybrid as well as the 2013 Wilderness Systems Ride 115 / 135 with the new, upgraded AirPro seat.
Lake Fayette is a favorite destination for anglers all over Texas (and sometimes the world) and is even one of the destinations picked out for ACK’s Kayak Angler Tournament Series. Well, I came across a video from Bobby Clark, a Wilderness Systems Pro Staff angler, fishing Fayette in his Wilderness Systems Ride 115 and I have to say that I was impressed.
Even though 2013 isn’t quite here yet, many of our kayak vendors have already started delivering new kayaks, some never before seen models and others with updated features. Some of the most notable launches are the new Native Watercraft Slayer, Feel Free Moken 12.
This Father’s Day my dad and I ended up having a bit of an unexpected adventure. We started with plans of my dad trying a stand up paddleboard for the first time but when I showed up the day of I found myself being talked into an overnight camping trip and a five hour paddle at Colorado Bend State Park here in Texas.
Let me start off with an introduction. My name is Jeremy Chavez and I am a passionate, i.
A look into the latest from Hobie, Ocean Kayak, Necky, Wilderness Systems and more! For those of us tuned into what’s going on in the paddling industry, August was greeted with much anticipation as manufacturers started rolling out their new kayak and canoe models.
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.