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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.
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More from Texan kayak fisherman Ray’s rigged fishing kayak: A pivoting depth finder, and a DIY transom mount for his electric trolling motor that looks sufficiently strong enough to fit an outboard gas engine: And some more from Ray’s super … Continue reading
The Northeastern region of the United States offers both freshwater and saltwater opportunities, and it’s considered one of the best regions in the world as far as fishing is concerned. But since the northeastern climate is colder for the most … 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
Like most kayak anglers out there, you must be thinking about outfitting your fishing kayak with a crate, since all kayaks out there except the W500 don’t offer enough storage space on board. The lack of sufficient storage is what … Continue reading
You naturally want your fishing kayak to be as stable as possible, because you want to feel comfortable sitting in it, and not have to worry about it flipping it over. Furthermore, you want to be able to stand up … Continue reading