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Fishing Kayak Rigged With High Seat and Toolbox

People always have to ask about the W fishing kayak… and I tell them to get one. I now have rigged a Minn Kota electric trolling motor that works great for positioning an runs to a spot or back to … Continue reading

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Attaching Gear To Your Fishing Kayak – The Easy Way. By Gary Rankel

Having seen some of the elaborate modifications W fishing kayak owners employ to attach paddles and other gizmos to their W’s, I thought I’d share a really easy, low-cost, no-weight method that I use. When I first got my W’s, … Continue reading

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W Kayak Rigged For Fishing, Northern California

Here’s a picture of the W500 rigged and ready to go before heading out onto the California Delta. George B. Read more kayak fishing rigging stories >>

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Kayak Fishing In Tandem – Is It Possible?…

Not an easy question to answer, since a kayak is essentially a solo boat, which doesn’t lend itself easily to tandem applications – In principle, it’s possible, since many kayaks are big enough to take two passengers on board. But … Continue reading

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Lures That Work Well For Kayak Bass Fishing, by Roxanne Davis

Here is a couple of pictures of the lures and hooks I use, and have had great success with. The Yum Dinger, shown in both pictures, range from 6″ to 3″, and the 1/4 oz Jigs are in the top … Continue reading

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Two Anglers’ Knots

By Jeff McGovern Knot tying is an essential fishing skill and there are entire books written about fishing knots.  I am going to concentrate here on two lesser-known knots that I use constantly in saltwater, as well as freshwater fishing. … Continue reading

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Topwater Fishing Gear Review And Best Practice

By Jeff McGovern Fishing with a topwater or surface lure is lots of fun.  Out of a W kayak, it’s down right exciting, since you are so close to the action.  The equipment required is fairly simple and there are … Continue reading

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How To Take Care Of Your Saltwater Fishing Tackle

Kayaks are king in saltwater flats fishing. You can get into places that even the finest flats boats have trouble accessing. You have no fuel expense and the maintenance on the kayak is far less than any motor powered craft. … Continue reading

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How To Choose A Spinning Outfit

By Jeff McGovern When you visit any place that sells tackle, your choices of a rod and reel combos are huge.  You are faced with dozens of selections for many different species of fish.  For the person just starting out … Continue reading

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How To Choose A Bait Caster

By Jeff McGovern Bait casting is a powerful, accurate fishing system—but, without practice, the pursuit is frustrating.  The first thing to do is to decide which rig to purchase.  Bombarded with ads from every direction, making the right choice can … Continue reading

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