I have been a paddler all my life. I fell in love with kayaking at an early age when my father would take me out in the ocean on our trips to the beach. Being out on the water and seeing all the wildlife made a huge impact on me and helped create life-long memories I still have today. As I grew up and was able to make trips myself, I began exploring rivers around central Texas. This is where I really started to get into kayaking. I have found myself in a variety of different kayaks over the years and have just recently had my first experience in a Hobie pedal-drive kayak. The post First Time On A Hobie Kayak appeared first on The ACK Blog.
For over twenty years the option of cruising hands-free on a kayak has been possible, but never has it been more affordable. The last five years have seen an explosion… The post Pedal Drive Without the Price Tag: Lightning Strike HD Kayak Ushers in New Era appeared first on The ACK Blog.
Whether you're looking to keep live bait fresh or a 12-pack cold, the main factors you want to take into consideration when choosing a good kayak cooler is size and shape. That simply means you're looking for a smaller cooler that'll fit on your kayak comfortably.
New month, new gear! No more fear of missing out on the latest and greatest. Keeping up with our new tradition of a monthly product pick blog to help you keep up with our constantly updating site inventory, we asked the ACK merchandising team which products to spotlight for September.
Hobie Kayaks, with their versatile yet simple design, are one of the most popular and high quality boats on the market today. In this article, I'll outline to the best of my knowledge what I am calling the "ins and outs" of the Hobie brand, looking over features of the kayaks in each series.
So you’re looking to get into Kayak Fishing? There are some essentials you will need. You’ll obviously need your kayak, paddle and safety gear, but there are other small items needed to make the fishing experience more enjoyable.
Using a fish finder can be very rewarding. You’ll learn the lay of the land beneath the surface, begin to understand when and where fish school up, and hopefully by the end of the day, you’ll be paddling back to shore with a full stringer.
The reality is that a standard PFD can feel bulky when you're juggling a lot of fishing gear or trying to paddle to a honey spot, ultimately getting in the way of your comfort. Fortunately, there's a lot of PFDs that address these issues by catering specifically to paddlers and kayak anglers.
New month, new gear! No more fear of missing out on the latest and greatest. Keeping up with our new tradition of a monthly product pick blog to help you keep up with our constantly updating site inventory, we asked the ACK merchandising team on what to spotlight for July.