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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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With the new W Fishing Kayak, kayaking and kayak fishing really are unlimited! This applies to every aspect of the sport, including the age of users. Traditional kayaks are a huge turn-off for younger kayakers- they’re uncomfortable, unsafe, and overall … 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
Decided to bring the kayak to Mammoth Lakes, CA for a few days. I also hauled along my electric trolling motor, only to discover that motors are not allowed on the lake I was fishing in. Will test out down … Continue reading
This photo shows a W Fishing Kayak client from Tennessee who’s an enthusiastic wildlife photographer. She was looking for the most stable kayak, since like many photographers, she needs to shoot pictures without having to balance her kayak at the … Continue reading
A couple days ago I convened with a few friends at Sunrise Park in Suffield Connecticut for some little paddling and fishing. My friends had been on a hiatus from fishing for over 30 years, and had never laid eyes … Continue reading
Sungjin, a W Kayak distributor in South Korea, enjoyed a fishing outing with the fellow members of his kayak fishing club. It looks like they had a great time, and were quite successful! More bout this South Korean, offshore kayak … Continue reading
Jeanne and I hauled our W Fishing Kayaks to one of our preferred spots in Wisconsin, Door County. The weather was phenomenal, however the wind was a nuisance for the first couple days. Wavewalk kayaks make windy days manageable, where … Continue reading