John Brown’s Fully Rigged W300 Fishing Kayak – Alabama

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.

Fully rigged fishing kayak - Alabama
Front view of John’s fully rigged W300 fishing kayak.
-”I just purchased a Hummingbird fish finder, but haven’t put it on yet.”Kayak fisherman paddling standing in fishing kayak, Alabama
John paddling his kayak standing – scouting for fish.

Storage bag on top of rigged fishing kayak, Alabama
John’s variation on the front storage solution.
The tube rod holders are RAM-301 (top) and RAM-119 (bottom) .
nchor trolley installed on fishing kayak, AL
John’s anchor trolley system – a useful device for certain types of shallow water kayak fishing.
Rigged fishing kayak cockpit - Alabama
Close up on John’s W300 cockpit. Note the anchor attached to the anchor trolley, and how well the space is organized.
Paddle holder made from foam - Rigged fishing kayak, AL
John’s version of paddle holders made from foam noodles. It’s as silent as it gets.

Milk crate on top of rigged fishing kayak - AL

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.

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