John Brown, from Alabama, got his W300 fishing kayak in March of 2009.
Since then he’s rigged it to perfection:
-”It’s a great boat, and I love it. I got what I call the wavewalk-tan on my knees from paddling it so often… I do a lot of stand up paddling and poling. It works for me.” Says John.
Front view of John’s fully rigged W300 fishing kayak.
-”I just purchased a Hummingbird fish finder, but haven’t put it on yet.”
John paddling his kayak standing – scouting for fish.
John’s variation on the front storage solution.
The tube rod holders are RAM-301 (top) and RAM-119 (bottom) .
John’s anchor trolley system – a useful device for certain types of shallow water kayak fishing.
Close up on John’s W300 cockpit. Note the anchor attached to the anchor trolley, and how well the space is organized.
John’s version of paddle holders made from foam noodles. It’s as silent as it gets.
This review was first published on Wavewalk’s fishing kayaks blog >>
The classic milk crate used for attaching extra rod holders, and for more storage.