Review of W300 Fly Fishing Kayak For Streams, by Jamie Harter, Wisconsin

-“Because of the construction, I can put the front of the kayak in the water and then walk between the rear pontoons to step in. No cold, wet feet”…
-“I stayed warm and dry even though I had to pass some tree falls”…
-“I could fish all day. I stayed dry with no chafing, wet feet, or other annoyances associated with regular kayaks. Sitting a little higher is great for spotting fish and seeing into the water. Standing is even better”…
-“My friend would come along and fish from a basic sit-on-top kayak. His back would ache after a couple of hours while I could literally fish all day without problem. Also, his backside was wet while I stayed dry. He had to slop through some muck on the shore to get out, while I paddled up to shore and stepped out of the front with no problem”…
-“I could apply as much leverage as needed for the cast without any fear of tipping”…

Jamie
Jaimie's fishing kayak beached on the river bank, Wisconsin
Jaimie's fishing kayak beached on the river bank in a snow storm, Wisconsin
Jaimie's fishing kayak beached on the river bank, Wisconsin

This review was first published on Wavewalk’s fishing kayaks blog >>

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