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When selecting a kayak for inshore fishing, you'll want stability, tracking, and the ability to access shallow water. Imagine standing up, sight casting at tailing red fish in 8 inches of water. It can be one of the most rewarding kayak fishing experiences.
Technically, any kayak can fulfill the role of a fishing kayak if you just bring a rod out with you. But there are kayaks specifically designed for fishing, and then there are subsets of fishing kayaks best designed for certain types of fishing. We decided to feature a few of the most popular kayak picks for the 4 most common types of fishing:
It became very clear to me that, even as a competent paddler and casual angler, there was so much to learn about kayak angling. Luckily for myself, I know the right people. Most recently, I went on a 24 hr salt water kayak fishing bender (so to speak) with Josh (Photographer Extraordinaire) and Carlos (Fleet Manager) of ACK in and around Port Aransas, Texas.