Blog Posts - Kayak



10-day Fish Pic Challenge - Day 7 - Connecticut River Smallmouths

When we moved to western MA in June 2014, I was excited to be closer to smallmouth waters. However, what I didn't realize is that there would be so many great places to fish within 20 minutes of the house, so I rarely end up driving the extra 20 minu...

My 2016 NEKF Striper Shootout - Giant flies and Linesides

A few months ago, Troy Meyerhoeffer (my regional pro staff director at Wilderness Systems) asked me if I would be interested in fishing the New England Kayak Fishing Striper Shootout this year. The annual event takes place in Salem, MA, and all the p...

10-day Fish Pic Challenge - Day 1 - Bartrams (Redeye) Bass

I've noticed that Facebook has become the modern day form of spam email. "Like" this or you won't have good luck. "Share" that or I won't give you 10% off my product. "Come play this (time wasting) game with me". I could go on, but you get the point.

Top Luxury Activities in Costa Rica

Okay okay enough about Costa Rica I hear you say… my last post I promise. But I saved the best till last!  Of course I didn’t just eat (and drink) my way around the Four Seasons resort or lounge around pools and private beaches ...
by Eppie on Jun 21, 2016

The Ins and Outs of the Ned Rig

For quite some time, I had been slowly piecing together a Ned Rig article for this blog - a mix of a review and multiple trip reports. However, that idea got nixed and I ended up running the article in Kayak Bass Fishing Magazine. This issue is loade...

Design or Destiny: How to Choose Travel Destinations

How do you choose your travel destinations? Here's how I've done it for the last 10 years, with some ideas for how you can choose your next destination. The post Design or Destiny: How to Choose Travel Destinations appeared first on The Professional...
by The Professional Hobo on Apr 28, 2016

Pflueger Patriarch XT Review

Wow, that was a serious blogging lull. My last post was on February 2nd. Coincidentally, I started a new job on February 8th. Between it, baby prep, and numerous other winter projects, my free time has been lacking. However, I'm hoping to turn a corn...

Kayaking in Greenland – The Greatest Arctic Adventure in Photos

If you are going to kayak anywhere in the world, I would put kayaking in Greenland at the top of your list. Kayaking holds a strong tradition in Greenland. It was invented by the Inuit of the Arctic for travel and hunting. Today locals still hunt for...
by theplanetd on Mar 30, 2016

8 Greek Island-Hopping Adventures Not To Be Missed

There are some 6,000 Greek islands scattered throughout the Aegean and Ionian seas, only 227 of them inhabited. Each and every one is worth your while, although some are more difficult to get to than others. Don’t know where to start? Well, the...
by BarePockets on Feb 22, 2016

Kayak Turizmi Kış Mevsiminin En Popüler İş Fikri

Türkiye’de son yıllarda kayak turizmine yapılan yatırımlar arttı. Devlet desteğiyle daha da artacak. Özellikle Doğu Anadolu Bölgesi bu konuda çok büyük bir potansiyele sahip. Bakir dağlar girişimci ve yatırımcıları bekliyor…...
by İş Fikirleri - Girişimcilik on Feb 11, 2016

A Perfect Day Exploring Washington’s San Juan Islands and Friday Harbor

Situated about three and a half hours from Seattle, Washington, the San Juan Islands provide nature lovers the opportunity for a quick overnight adventure trek. Savor the natural wonders of the Pacific Northwest in a setting that’s welcoming to...
by 52Perfectdays on Feb 4, 2016

Kayak Fishing Fitness Series - Intro

I feel like I pretty much constantly have ideas for blog series or videos. Many of those ideas never come to fruition for one reason or another. However, I am very excited to announce an upcoming Kayak Fishing Fitness series on Man Powered Fishing. I...

Off to the River

 It was another beautiful river trip on the South Concho last week. Weather was perfect and the fish were biting. Here's my full trip report with lots of photos...http://trailinghookjournal.com/2015/12/10/off-to-the-river/...
by Scent of a Fisherman on Dec 22, 2015

A Long Four Months

I didn't realize how hard it was going to be to keep up with the various blogs i'm either doing solo or as a collaboration. They are all around outdoors, kayaks, and fishing, but each has a different purpose, and strangely, different audiences. Unfor...
by Scent of a Fisherman on Dec 21, 2015

My Top 5 Favorite Trout Lures

The late fall and early winter weather have been unbelievable this year. Unlike the foot of snow that got dropped on us on Thanksgiving eve last year, we haven't seen a flake yet and temps have been unseasonably high. The warm temps led to some fanta...

New Blog Article and Partnership with Kayak Angler Magazine

It has been a good month for Kayak Angler Magazine (KAM). They just took home "Magazine of the Year" award, again, from the Yakangler 2015 Kayak Angler's Choice Awards. In my opinion, they are far and away the best kayak fishing magazine on the marke...

Kayak Fly Fishing - Fall Trout across Western Massachusetts

After our trip to Wyoming I got bit by the trout bug. This isn't that rare for me, as I often have a couple stints a year where I get fixated on a particular species. But this might be different. When I moved to western MA last spring, I thought it w...

Swimming in the Sea of What-Ifs

You swim against the current, grasping for air as you turn your head to scan the horizon. Dizzy and out of breath, you feel the ebb and flow of the water spraying against your limbs. You’ve summersaulted your way into … Continue reading &...
by Fannies on Oct 12, 2015

Swimming in the Sea of What-Ifs

You swim against the current, grasping for air as you turn your head to scan the horizon. Dizzy and out of breath, you feel the ebb and flow of the water spraying against your limbs. You’ve summersaulted your way into … Continue reading &...
by Fannies on Oct 12, 2015

Wilderness Systems ATAK 140 Review

While back, I gave a very initial review of the Wilderness Systems ATAK 140 kayak. Since then, I've spent a lot of time in the seat. In fact, despite owning a number of boats, it is the only boat I've paddled since May. So as you can probably tell by...


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