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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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Many kayak companies are trapped within the design limitations imposed by the mono-hull form. They strive to come up with exciting and useful innovations, but so far the results are lackluster, and the innovations are mostly repetitions of previously seen … Continue reading
Where to get the best fishing kayak in New Zealand? New Zealand has a lot to offer as far as fishing is concerned. The country has many lakes and rivers that abound with fish. Kayak fishing has been gaining in … Continue reading
It was too windy to fish in the river so I stayed in the lagoon by where my friend lets me keep my Wavewalk kayak on his floating dock. I had been out in the morning about 7:30 AM and … Continue reading
By Rox Davis Well, after my first Connecticut River W500 kayak Striper trip, you know I had to get back out there 🙂 I Hit the river at 9:00am. First drift, at 9:39am, the first Schoolie was in the boat. … Continue reading
This is a fishing kayak review recently contributed by a kayak fly fisherman from Florida: I bought my Wavewalk a couple of months ago after driving up to Palm Coast Florida and meeting with Gene Andrews of “High and Dry … Continue reading
Here is more about the kayak fishing trip in the mountains of South Korea – Sungjin is an avid kayak fisherman, and he distributes W fishing kayaks in South Korea. He and his wife went on a three day trip … Continue reading
I took my kayak out for a test spin at the lower lake lagoon at Castaic Lake here in South California. It’s been raining off and on the last two weeks but I finally just went! It took about 5 … Continue reading