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Solo Shot CPR, or "Catch, Photo and Release" has become ingrained in the kayak angling vocabulary. Tournaments are based upon the practice. But how do you get that magazine cover quality shot of your big catch when you are by yourself? Here are a...

Having spent over 200 days out of Sturgeon Bay over the past 20 years, I guess I’ve known what a special fishery this is. May and June are my prime times in Sturgeon Bay, which is in Door County, a well-known and popular tourist area that I would...

The first thing I noticed was just how comfortable the seat was after a 5 hour kayak fishing trip. The lower leg support and back support make this the most comfortable seat I’ve had the pleasure to fish out of. The back is fully adjustable so you...

There are a variety of paddles that you can use on the river and a lot will come down to personal preference. Here are a few key characteristics I look for in a good river paddle for kayak fishing. Acceleration: acceleration is really a function...

Key question to address typically are: How much weight capacity do you need? Do you want to stand? How much speed and/or maneuverability do you need? To compliment the video, I wanted to talk a little more about selecting a river fishing kayak and...

Jeff Suber Kayak fishermen, when you hear someone say, “That’s the fastest kayak out there”, what do you think about? Do you think: "I’m in a kayak, I’m going no where fast." "I’m in no hurry." "I’m all about stability." I paddle the Tarpon 160,...

I have had mornings where I roll over and wonder if I will make it out of bed without assistance. Wait, I didn't paddle yesterday... Hmmm.. this may have more to do with age. ( What? Who said that?) What is a proper paddling position, and how do we...

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