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Coosa HD Trout Float

Coosa HD Trout Float

I’ve got a local trout river that is perfect for floating in the kayak. So last fall I finally decided to give it a go and man I can’t believe I waited this long to do so. 11 miles of cool, clear, tailwater release water just full of smallmouth and trout. I launched...
2 Kayak Attack

2 Kayak Attack

When you break it down into the simplest terms, there are two kinds of kayak fishing: lakes and moving water. There are multiple differences between these two types of water that demand a different approach when kayaking. Lakes can require more energy from the angler,...
The Quickie

The Quickie

Well right of the back, let’s just clear something up. For me, this means a relatively short outing where I am going to spend tow to three hours on the water at max. I have found this to be necessary if I’m going to maximize my fishing opportunities, simply because of...
King’s River…

King’s River…

One of the best kayaking trips I’ve had to date was with one of my best friends, and my best fishing partner, Tony Grift.  Tony and I met in Austin, TX several years ago while bank fishing.  Tony is from the Netherlands and we bumped into each other one...
At Peace with the Paddle

At Peace with the Paddle

At peace with the Paddle 10 years ago, Kayak fishing at its core was could be coined as the secret sneak! There were not rod holders and $1000 side scan imagers, there was a sit in recreational kayak, an angler, rod and reel and a small bag of tackle to get you...
The Calling

The Calling

Lately, I have had a lot of time to think about what gets me out on a kayak. I mean more than just the chase of a big fish. Especially since my time between bites, if any, seem to come less and less frequently, now that bass in general, are moving away from their well...
Way down yonder…

Way down yonder…

Welcome to bass fishing in Georgia. We’ve got all the big hitters – Northern and F1 strain largemouth, smallmouth, Kentucky and Alabama spots. We’ve also got the bass we brag on down here – the Shoal bass. But we’re so much more than that –...
Creeks & Geeks

Creeks & Geeks

Accessibility is one of the many advantages of kayak fishing. There are miles and miles of fishable creeks around the Austin area, most are not available to boaters or even bank fisherman. Check out the video to see some adventures had while floating down Onion Creek...