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Kayak Fishing the Dog Days of Summer It is that time of year where bass fishing becomes uncomfortable. The heat is uncomfortable and tough fishing can make it even worse.… The post Kayak Fishing the Dog Days of Summer appeared first on The ACK Blog.
2018 was a heck of a year for KATS! With over 250 anglers and 7 events around Texas, the 25 anglers who qualified for the Classic Championship were excited to battle it out. The post 2018 KATS Texas Classic Championship appeared first on The ACK Blog.
This year was easily the most we have traveled in the history of KATS! Our season kicked off on Lake Somerville, we then traveled to the ever popular Sam Rayburn in the middle of our season, and rounded out the schedule with some old favorites like Fayette, and LBJ.
On October 4th, 2017, some of Texas' top kayak anglers came together to participate in the Kayak Angler's Tournament Series on Sam Rayburn. Check out this photo blog of the action that took place during the tournament!
We had a great 2017 KATS season, with over 350 total anglers and a record breaking 166 anglers at our first event, we were looking forward to a competitive championship. For this years KATS Classic Championship we return to our two day format, with the top 25 anglers competing for two consecutive days, that were individually scored to give us our champion.
Combining his best five events, with a grand total of 483 points, Guillermo Gonzales was crowned our 2017 Angler of the Year at the final KATS event in our regular season at Lake Travis. We caught up with him to chat about this season and what we can expect from him in the future in both fishing, and life.
This year we kicked off our Junior Angler of the Year program thanks to a wonderful anonymous KATS angler that donated a fully-rigged fishing kayak! We chatted with our first ever winner Kayden Drake about all things fishing, from early memories to mentorship, to get a better picture of the guy behind the title.
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.