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Whether you fish in cold or warm waters, saltwater or freshwater, offshore or inland, there are certain things you require from the boat you fish out of, and it should provide them even if it's just a kayak.
Because you fish in the real world and not on the Internet or on the pages of a glossy magazine, you need your kayak to provide absolute stability, true comfort meaning zero back pain, dryness even in choppy water, sufficient storage for all your fishing tackle and camping gear, and the ability to stand up while paddling or fishing, with no ifs and buts.
There is such a thing as best in everything, and it's called the W fishing kayak. It is the only kayak that meets all these fishing requirements, both separately and as a whole.
Flats Fishing MicroskiffWould you like to fish the flats? Are you looking for a boat for shallow water fishing? It sounds like you need a Wavewalk 700 microskiff » It's is a lightweight, two-person, trailer-free, tandem and solo microskiff » that one person can easily car-top, paddle, and motorize.
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Category Archives: fishing kayak ergonomics
Some kayak anglers have the gift of being able to express themselves very clearly and thoroughly, and some do it exceptionally well. Some kayak fishermen have a sense for observing things in detail, and for drawing meaningful conclusions. Others suffer … Continue reading
John Fabina, from Wisconsin had a hearty laugh when he came across ads by a well known, nationwide, catalog and online distributor of outdoor apparel and gear for high-end (dubbed “deluxe”) sit-in angling kayaks, and they declared the following (quote): … Continue reading
Fishing in the closer locales has been kind of slow so I’ve decided to explore a few places farther away with overnight stays. I set up a kayak fishing tour of an area close to Tampa yesterday, and went down … Continue reading
It was too windy to fish in the river so I stayed in the lagoon by where my friend lets me keep my Wavewalk kayak on his floating dock. I had been out in the morning about 7:30 AM and … Continue reading
I have already taken my W300 fishing kayak out of mothballs, but I still just don’t have “anything to write home about”. While not impressive, the attached shows a recent bass caught with an emmrod fishing pole. I was hoping … Continue reading
Sungjin Kim is the distributor of W fishing kayaks in South Korea, and a master in rigging fishing kayaks. Sungjin created this outrigger system from foam boards and aluminum rods that he cut and assembled himself. His goal: motorized tandem … Continue reading
This is a fishing kayak review recently contributed by a kayak fly fisherman from Florida: I bought my Wavewalk a couple of months ago after driving up to Palm Coast Florida and meeting with Gene Andrews of “High and Dry … Continue reading