Kayaking Tips, Tricks And Gear
Like most outdoor activities, kayaking is a sport that requires certain kayaking apparel to protect you from the elements. When most people think of kayaking or kayak fishing, they imagine floating on a calm lake […]read more
Here’s what you might need (and want!) for camping in the Midwest. When most people think of the Midwestern United States, they don’t really think of fabulous camping. There are no mountains, just a few National Parks, and a sort of “seem one, seen them all” feel to the various states of Minnesota, Michigan, Indiana,
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Do you love kayaking but find launching them to be a major chore? EZ Dock might just be the perfect product for you. Here’s what the EZ Dock can do for your kayaking experience. Kayakers have always had problems with launching from regular boat docks. Trying to haul oneself onto a floating dock while not
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Perception Kayaks have a great new commercial that will make you laugh all day! Perception Kayaks is going on the offensive now. “People are getting yakked off left and right out here. Do you know what that means?” Now, Perception has a great new commercial video that’ll put a smile on your face, and possibly a
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Some items make kayaking trips so much easier. When less stress is involved, a kayaking trip becomes so much sweeter. When gearing up for the big paddle on the water, be sure to have these four items that will improve your experience tenfold. 1. Attwood Kayak Hoist System Putting a kayak up on top of
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This week, Ryan Dubay and one very excellent reason to celebrate survival. Ryan is once again hosting his Yak Patrol Kayak Clash in Fairhaven, Mass. to benefit the Jimmy Fund.
Kayak fishing’s popularity has exploded in recent years so naturally, tournaments have been created in the spirit of competition, comradery and prizes. This is the fourth year for the Clash, a creation of Ryan Dubay, Team Member for the Feelfree Kayak Fishing Team, Pro Staff at NRS and Accent Paddles, avid outdoors-man and real life survivor.
A few local, dedicated kayak fishermen have formed a new Facebook group called the Ocean State Kayak Anglers Association. Speaking from personal experience, these men and women have salt water in their veins, know how to have fun and think about kayaking all the time. Tom Adams and Brian Hall are two of the founders and have been featured on these pages over the last few years.read more
The most amazing kayak fishing adventures start with the best equipment for paddling smoothly, catching more fish and feeling safe. The right gear keeps you focused on the water with confidence that you’re surrounded by great design, strong construction and high quality materials. Starting with safety, here’s our top five most reliable and fun products for years of paddling and fishing.read more
Kayaking offshore has its risks, and this is certainly one of them! There are some videos we watch where we think to ourselves, “what the heck was that guy thinking?” Well, this clip of an offshore kayaker nearly getting slammed by a passing boat certainly has that effect. Click the play button on the video belowread more
Follow these DIY fishing kayak setup tips to turn your regular kayak into a fearsome fishing machine. Fishing kayaks need accessible storage containers, an anchor system and trolling motor to a regular kayak. You can add a lot of bells and whistles to a kayak, but for now we’ll focus on the basics. Also, theseread more