Inshore Fishing

Reds are a paddler’s fish

For a kayak angler along the coast, there are probably better times to target redfish than July, but for anglers headed for a beach vacation, or for coastal anglers who regularly ply those waters, reds are always on the list of fish to catch.  […]

Freshwater Fishing

Kayaks + catfish = Great June fishing

Setting up your kayak to target catfish may seem like the simplest thing in the world. Although anglers have caught catfish by casting, the vast majority of catfish are caught basically the same way: using multiple rods baited with some type of cut, live or manufactured baits. […]

Freshwater Fishing

Crawl in bed with bream

May is a tough month if you’re just trying to catch one fish species. Both water and air temperatures are pleasantly warm, and most fish are still relatively shallow. […]

Bass Fishing

Why paddle for bass?

Ah, April. Turkeys are gobbling, flowers are blooming and bass are bedding. Continuing our series of how to rig for and target one species each month, the good news is there really isn’t any special rigging necessary to fish for black bass. […]

Inshore Fishing

Kayak coolers are here

The area behind the seat on a standard kayak is often referred to as the tank well. It’s a central area of the boat and important for a number of reasons. First, it is a main storage area, easily accessible for the paddler, and is does not impede fishing. […]