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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...

Tournament Report by Eric Tebbets The 4th annual Estero Kayak Challenge took place on June 2, 2018 in beautiful Cambria, CA. I started this event in 2015 as a fundraiser for the then newly created California Central Coast chapter of Heroes on the...

5 things to know before kayak diving by Kris Cortez The first and most important thing you should know before kayak diving is safety! Make sure you have your PFD, radio, and cell phone. I also carry a tourniquet incase you have a run in with the tax...

Top 5 Kayak Fishing Launch Spots in Southern California by Josh Brightman La Jolla Shores The launch is located on Avenida De La Playa at La Jolla Shores. The best part of this launch is you can drive right on the beach and unload your gear. The...

Kayak Fishing in the Wind By: Drew Haerer With a young family at home, most of my days on the water are now planned in advanced. So, when those days come, I am going to fish regardless of the conditions. I don’t mind fishing in cold weather or rain...

Targeting A New Species - The Northern Snakehead by Haleigh Kilby Over the summer of 2017, I determined to figure out how to catch the elusive Northern Snakehead on the Potomac River. Although bass fishing is my passion, I decided to take a break...

Recently, Ben Duchesney, who some may know from his work with Kayak Angler Magazine, Kayak Fish, Field and Stream, and Post Flybox, among others, published a book titled “Kayak Fly Fishing”. The 190-page offering discusses the ins and outs of...

Zoom Zoom by Rob Lyon Wilderness System and Torqeedo, a German based industry leader in electric boating motor tech, hooked up to produce if not an outright wunderkind, then at the very least, a clever child. I got wind of the Helix MD Motor Drive...

When I first heard that Wilderness Systems was developing a pedal system, I thought of all the advantages it could give me in my saltwater adventures. After pedaling my Radar 135 this past year, I am happy to report that it far exceeded my...

Radar (135) Love by: Thomas Philippi Getting a Wilderness Systems Radar 135 with the Helix PD has totally changed the way I kayak fish. I’ve always been a paddler, even when trolling for striped bass in the fall. I had to find ways to get the job...

The Art of the Fall Bite Compiled by Drew Haerer The fall bite is heating up, and anglers all around New England are busy chasing their favorite species before winter forces them off the water. Whether along the coast or inland, fall conditions can...

Slammin’ it Down By: Eric Tebbets Originally known as the Cambria Slam Down tournament, for the past couple of years it has been called the Central Coast Slam Down or simply, the Slam Down. The Slam Down was not the first kayak tournament in...

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