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By Dean Thomas Slowride Guide Service Wilderness Systems Pro Staff Port Aransas, TX Efficiency and comfort does not always come equipped on the same fishing kayak, but the newest edition to the Wilderness Systems lineup does just that. The Tarpon...

The following SAFETY ALERT is provided for your information. Further distribution is highly encouraged and desired. Importance: High United States Coast Guard Headquarters Inspections and Compliance Directorate Washington, DC July 20, 2016 Safety...

Yak Fishing for Inshore Atlantic Cod By Eric Hromada I am very fortunate to live in an area of New England where we have a diverse range of habitat that attracts and holds a range of species. The rocky shorelines, beach fronts, marshes, and...

by Cody Carpenter Kayak paddles have evolved just as much as the kayaks have in recent years, but how do they enhance your paddling experience? The newest kayak features are usually very apparent to most paddlers but not so much with paddles. I only...

Springtime Fly Rod Stripers from the Kayak By Eric Hromada Every year around the end of the holiday season I start counting down the days until the Stripers return to our local waters. This year I started the countdown earlier than usual because I...

A Lesson Learned By: Derek D. Akin For months I had prepared for the 2016 Kayak Bass Fishing Open and National Championship on Kentucky Lake in Paris, Tn. During the time prepping for the event I had went through all my gear, set up a new kayak, new...

Rigging Your New Kayak By: Derek D. Akin So you bought a new kayak, and now you need to rig it. Where should you begin? Well the first thing I tell people is always wait to drill into your new kayak and add accessories until you have been on the...

Ice Fishing the Midwest 2016 By: Derek D. Akin This year proved to be a difficult year for hard water anglers throughout the Midwest with the El Nino weather pattern that moved across the country. In a typical ice fishing season you can expect to be...

By Wade Nichols Here in the Northern regions spring is beginning to show itself with warming days and slightly climbing water temps. The urge to get the ol’ battle yak cleaned up, double check those reels, and make sure everything’s in just the...

Fishing Live Eels From Your Kayak by Mike Baker It doesn't matter if it's day or night - kayak fishing for Striped Bass using live eels is almost always effective. The slime covered serpents can be hard to deal with from near impossible to hold, to...

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