Kayak Fishing

Fall Fishing Tips for Largemouth Bass

As summer wanes and gives way to the crisp, cool days of autumn, many anglers shift their attention to hunting or watching football. However, for those in the know, fall can offer some of the best largemouth bass fishing of the year. Bass become more aggressive as they prepare for the co...
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Summer Bass Fishing Tips: Ultimate Guide to Landing the Big One

Ah, summer! The sun is shining, the waters are warm, and the bass are biting. As an avid angler, there's no better time to grab your fishing pole and head to your favorite lake or river. But as any seasoned fisherman knows, understanding bass behavior during the warmer months is vital to a succe...
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Summer Fly Fishing for Trout

As the temperatures rise, the sandals come out and the fish start eating dry flies. Yes, you guessed it, summer fly fishing is here already, and this can be some of the most rewarding times on the water. Whether you plan to kayak or simply wade, guest blogger and fly fishing guide, Jake Smith wil...
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Waterways Fishing Series: Llano River

Nestled just outside of Austin, Texas, is the Llano River. The Llano River is a one-hundred-mile-long tributary that eventually flows into the Colorado River. This river is home to many species of fish, but on this day we our focus was on Guadalupe Bass & Bluegill as those are the two most pr...
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Waterways Rigging Series: The Lure 11.5, My Daily Driver

When it came time to build a new kayak, I was lost on the groups and forums trying to find one that could keep up with my endless adventures. I was looking for a kayak where I could fish on lakes and river systems and occasionally take a trip to the ocean. It had to be light enough to manage on l...
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Waterways Fishing Series: Lake Guntersville

The goal of our trip was to fish and get away from daily life commitments. We started looking for destinations where we knew the fishing would be great in March. After some research, we found that Lake Guntersville was within a five-hour drive and checked all the boxes for a fishing destination. ...
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Waterways Fishing Series: Pre-Spawn Bass

Today, we are going to be talking about targeting Largemouth Bass during the spawn. The spawning season generally occurs in the spring when the water temperature is between 63 and 69 degrees. This time of year can often produce some of the heaviest and biggest fish of the season.  So, what exactl...
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Waterways Fishing Series: Winter Tactics for Bass

As the seasons change, so do our tactics for targeting fish. It is no secret that bass are cold blooded and do not like the cold. While a popper may work in the dead of summer, it simply will be too much movement in the winter. Today, we had the opportunity to shadow local fishing guide Craig Gor...
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Waterways Fishing Series: So you want to target Snakehead?

So you want to target Snakehead? What was once considered an invasive species has now become the pinnacle for many anglers world wide. Snakehead originated in Asia but have been found more recently in states such as Maryland and Florida.  Today, we got the chance to chat with avid angler Bart Sho...
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Waterways Fishing Series: The Miracle Mile, Watauga River, Tennessee

What if I told you there was a fishery where you could target wild trout three hundred and sixty-five days a year on the fly? What if I told you it offered nearly nine thousand fish per mile? Would you believe me? In this blog, I will be talking about what I refer to as the miracle mile or otherw...
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Waterways Fishing Series: Five Baits You Should Be Throwing This Fall For Bass

Waterways Fishing Series: Five Baits You Should Be Throwing This Fall For Bass! It’s that time of the year again where temperatures begin to cool off and your summer fishing patterns no longer work as expected. Yup, you guessed it, fall has arrived here in the mountains. The arrival of fall mean...
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