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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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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
By Jeremy Knight, My dad and I decided to take our W fishing kayaks out on Tims Ford Lake. I never imagined it could be so much fun! We were able to get the Wavewalks in places we can’t take … Continue reading
Kayak Fishing Unlimited is not just a slogan – It’s a reality, at least for some. So far, kayak fishing hasn’t appealed to Canadian anglers, since they fish in cold water and cold weather, which are good reasons for wanting … Continue reading
Kayak fishing is a nice concept, but this sport is facing growth problems. These problems are of a technical nature, and have to do with poor performance and unpleasant user-experience. They can be solved only through moving away from traditional … Continue reading
So far, Midwestern anglers have been reluctant to adopt kayaks as a fishing platform. The reasons for this are many, and they all seem to come down to one word – COLD. Yes, the climate in the Midwest is not … Continue reading
The climate in Canada is cold, and so is the water in this vast country. These climatic facts do not encourage anglers to venture on the water in kayaks for the purpose of using them for fishing. Canadian anglers still … Continue reading
Asia is the world’s most populated and most diverse continent, but it’s lagging behind North America as far as kayak fishing is concerned. However, things are beginning to change recently years, and some countries in Asia, such as South Korea, … Continue reading
Kayak Fishing 101 – New Online Magazine For Kayak Anglers This new blog named Kayak Fishing 101 is about helping people decide whether kayak fishing is good for them, helping inexperienced and hesitating anglers choose the best kayak for themselves … Continue reading