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Time to Fall for Specks by Mark Lozier Besides the beginning of spring letting go of winter, there is no other time of the year I like more than fall. Some are the obvious reasons are cooler temps, college football and duck hunting, but nothing gets...

What Makes a Great Fly Fishing Kayak? By Juan Veruete I grew up fly fishing for a variety of species from native brook trout to smallmouth bass in central Pennsylvania. After leaving my fly fishing roots behind me for over 20 years in favor of “...

Mandeville, LA Kayak Fishing BoondoggleX Join us in Cajun Country and immerse yourself in what National Geographic called a “hauntingly beautiful land” for a taste of the real Louisiana. The Louisiana Kayak Fishing Boondoggle offers a rich and...

By Bill Schultz Wilderness Systems Fishing Pro Staff Wading and kayaking for river smallies is one of my favorite things to do. About 10 years ago a friend told me of his success using a small buzzbait on rivers and gave me one to try. He was right...

I think we are all very fortunate to live in the age of social media. Everyday moments and encounters can be quickly captured and broadcasted with just a few swipes on our smart devices. Throughout the world, anglers are able to upload photos and...

To be honest when I started, I had no interest in fishing. All I wanted to do was paddle around and look at wildlife. I also like to look into people's yards. We are in Virginia Beach and are able to kayak in areas where many very rich people have...

I fish several days out of each week year round and lately it has just become routine for me. In the past I have loaded up my son and taken him out between soccer practices, boy scouts and basketball. Recently I purchased his own kayak for him and...

When the winds kick up and drive the waves in from the north, big citation award sized freshwater drum park themselves on the downwind side of the submerged wall sections waiting to ambush prey items as they get washed over with the waves. This...

This is the exact phrase I would use to describe how my waterfowl-hunting career got its start. Like many sportsmen, I grew up hunting squirrels and rabbits along with the prolific Pennsylvania Whistle Pig, known more commonly as the ground hog. As...

There are countless memories, friends, and lessons learned that I can tie directly to this wonderful sport. Kayak angling has allowed me to be part of record setting events in fresh water and salt water and also appear on TV for a few moments. The...

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