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A 'Tall Tales' Story Geo Stevens Let me introduce you to my friend Arnoldo. Love my longtime friend, but ever since the first time I kayaked with him he always required at least one stop after I picked him up. That one stop always required the...

Tips for Getting Started as an Outdoor Writer by Drew Haerer I remember one day in grad school, I picked up an outdoor magazine, read through a few articles and thought "you know, I could do this." I'd been blogging for a while and had written a few...

My Top 5 Favorite Fish From The Kayak I enjoy catching just about any fish I can from my kayak in the coastal waters of Rhode Island. I have 5 favorite species I target from my Wilderness Systems RADAR135 with the Helix pedal drive. Of course there...

Finding and Storing Live Bait By Eric Tebbets On the Central Coast of California we target a wide range of fish, all of which can be caught successfully on artificial baits. But, there are days when artificial baits just are not getting it done or...

By Carlos De La Villa, My name is Carlos DeLaVilla and am currently active duty serving in the U.S. Army, but when I'm not on duty I volunteer my time to Heroes on the Water every chance I get because of the amazing service it gives to our veterans...

Spring Stripers: Night Time is the Right Time by Rob English Starting March 1st here in South Jersey is time to start hitting the bridges at night, fishing for Striped Bass in the shadow lines. Our rivers here have a lot of holdover Bass in the 24”-...

My Favorite Baits for Springtime Striper Fishing In Rhode Island By Tom Adams As the weather and water warm up us kayak fishermen here in Rhode Island anticipate the return of the coveted striped bass. For me, I start getting my Wilderness Systems...

Best Places to Fish in the Central Valley By Damian Thoa We all know what comes to mind when you hear about places to fish in California. Big bass, Clear Lake and the California Delta. With all the attention drawn to these 2 popular places, there...

By Adam Sauve A year ago I was in the market for my first pedal drive kayak. I was weighing my options from different manufacturers based on size, design, and features. My primary purpose was going to be trolling for ocean salmon. I ended up going...

Kayak Fishing the Central California Coast- By Andy O’Brien California’s Central Coast is a place I have been fortunate to call home for the last 20 years and been able to Kayak fish for 13 of those. The Central Coast is a beautiful stretch of...

Christmas and the holidays are right around the corner and it’s time to keep your favorite diver friend in mind this season. With so many pieces of gear to pick from, it’s hard to know for sure what someone is in need of but here are a few items I...

Targeting Trout from a Kayak Kevin Hofer When I bought my first kayak almost ten years ago, the first place I went was to a high sierra lake in search of some trout. Since then I have fished over 150 lakes in my kayak, the majority of which I was...

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