Blog about kayak fishing in Minnesota and the Midwest.
This blog features fishing trip reports, videos, and excellent rigging tips, especially about motorizing your fishing kayak.
-”Being a native Minnesotan, I was exposed to boating and fishing at an early age. My first experience sailing was at age 8, and it has been my passion ever since. I have captained many a charter on large catamarans in the Caribbean. Fishing has also been a large part of my life. I lived in the Florida Keys for a while, where I was a commercial fisherman and diver. Our families are fortunate to have owned lake cabins in northern Minnesota for 50 years, so fresh water fishing and boating is also in my blood. Many boats have come and gone in my life, and I am so very pleased to have added the W500 to my fleet. It possibly will be the last boat I will own (unless I buy another W500 for my wife!). Gary”
Walk on Waves
“Verdens mest stabile kajakker uten tvil. Full stabilitet ved stående fiske og padling, også i urolig vann. Den eneste kajakken som ikke gir ryggsmerter, og er den mest komfertable og tørreste. Større lagringsplass enn noen annen kajakk. Enkel og lett å manøvrere. Best sporing og enkel rudderless styring. Super mobilitet og uovertruffen allsidighet. Singel & tandem i en kajakk. Den eneste kajakken du trenger!”
Distributor of fishing kayaks in Norway and Sweden.
Plenty of kayak fishing information. Live demos and sales of fishing kayaks in Raakestad, in Southern Norway, near Oslo, and close to the Swedish border. Serves clients in Sweden as well as in Norway.
Tags: kajakk, fiskekajakk, kajakk fisking, kajak, fiskekajak, kajak fisking, Norge, Sverige
“Thoughts on inshore saltwater fly fishing and other things”
Craig Masterman’s kayak fly fishing blog. Read about kayak fly fishing standing in Massachusetts and Florida, rigging your kayak for fly fishing, and much more.
Brew City Kayaks is located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. We’re big fans of Wavewalk Fishing Kayaks , so we decided we’d like to mix business with pleasure, and become the local dealers for them. We love to go on paddling and fishing trips in our W kayaks, especially when friends and family come with us.
We’ll be happy to help you outfit your W kayak, and rig it for fishing.
Wavewalk Fishing Kayaks“Fishing kayaks for kayak anglers looking for the perfect kayak fishing experience.”
A seasoned kayak fishing blog, featuring over 500 posts, thousands of comments, dozens on movies, trip reports, articles and kayak reviews. The web’s top source for information about kayak fishing and fishing kayaks, with dozens of in-depth articles, over one hundred and fifty movies, more than a hundred fishing kayak reviews, hundreds of fishing trip reports, and more.
“Dedicated to educating people who fish from sit-in and sit-on-top (SOT) kayaks about avoiding back pain, leg pain, leg numbness, butt pain and ‘yak back’ associated with fishing from these yaks. This blog is about improving the well being of kayak anglers, and preventing discomfort, pain and injuries associated with kayak fishing.
We hold this truth to be self evident, that any person paddling a kayak and fishing from it has the right to be free from back pain, leg numbness, leg pain, and any form of discomfort or injury that sit-in and SOT kayaks are known to be associated with.”
Seasoned blog. Excellent material. The best place to find information on kayak fishing ergonomics.
Senior Kayak Angler is a blog for people who love kayak fishing, but won’t accept the lack of stability, comfort and storage, the back pain, wetness, restricted range of motion, and difficulty when launching and beaching their fishing kayaks. Kayak fishing should be pure fun, from beginning to end of every fishing trip.”
Top quality blog. The best place on the web for seniors and older kayak anglers seeking information about fishing kayaks.
Northern Kayak Fishing (our blog)
“Northern kayak fishing is northern kayak angler’s blog. It’s about kayak fishing in cold water and weather, in the northern regions of the United States, and in Canada. This blog is about kayak fishing in the Northern, colder regions of North America, and by extension kayak fishing in any region where the climate is cold. Fishing from a kayak in cold water and weather is completely different from kayak fishing in warm water and weather. This is why kayak anglers are a rarity in the cold regions, which are Canada, Alaska, and the Northeastern, Midwestern and Northwestern regions of the United States. Although fishing is very popular in the cold regions, kayak fishing isn’t at all, and for a good reason – No angler is their right mind would risk capsizing their boat, or even getting wet in cold water and weather, and that’s basically what common sit-in and SOT fishing kayaks have to offer. This is because northern anglers are aware of the risks involved in exposure to cold.
W fishing kayaks are different from other fishing kayaks in both aspects, as they provide anglers with good stability and adequate protection from the elements, but these new kayaks are still unknown by most anglers, and not widely distributed.”
Top quality blog. Excellent source of information on these subjects.
“I yak about kayaks, fishing kayaks, paddling, kayak outfitting, kayak trips, stand up paddling.”
Relatively new, personal blog, that seems to be getting more good content lately…
Author: Jeff McGovern
“Life long angler and fishing equipment expert. Professional Consultant in the fishing and kayaking industry.”
Remarkable blog, by one of the top kayak anglers in this country.