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Here We Go Round And Around...

Posted by Mike Cheatham on Jan 8th 2019

Here We Go Round And Around...
There are several species of fish that an angler can chase from a kayak. Being an avid kayak tournament angler I focus primarily on bass, practicing CPR; catch photograph and release. It is a great feeling to win the battle against a giant bass and put her back, watching her swim away knowing she will produce many more bass. Once in a while, it is just as fun (and filling) to load the boat with crappie; and release them into the fryer.Now, I have fished for crappie for years…choosing artificial
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Love Tennessee In The Winter

Posted by Mike Cheatham on Jan 5th 2019

Love Tennessee In The Winter
The unseasonably warm December weekend (well, maybe not “unseasonably” – it is Tennessee) called me to go fishing. After fishing tournaments almost every weekend for a year, some might think a break would be in order...but then they would never understand the desire that drives us to compete...and fish, and fish, and fish...and fish...so, I unloaded my Hobie Pro Angler 14 at Yellow Creek along highway 149 and immediately saw that the water temp was in the mid 50’s. I have fished there fo
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Kayak Fishing With My Son

Posted by Jeremy Wellman on Dec 18th 2018

Kayak Fishing With My Son
I've been kayak fishing for a few years now, mainly rivers around my county. This year we purchased my son his very first kayak a Jackson Kayak Skipper. Now we have something in common that we both enjoyed! Donovan is 10 years old by the way. I think the Skipper helps Donovan be the fisherman he is today. It gave him the confidence he needed. He can stand and fish out of it all day long, if he wanted to. It is easy for him to paddle, and light enough he can help me load and unload it
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The 360 Angler From Blue Sky Boatworks Supreme Stability And Comfort In A Human-Powered Watercraft

Posted by Darrell Klein on Dec 10th 2018

The 360 Angler From Blue Sky Boatworks Supreme Stability And Comfort In A Human-Powered Watercraft
Let’s get one thing out of the way first. The 360 Angler from Blue Sky Boatworks is not a kayak. It is not trying to be a kayak. I suspect this is why Jackson Kayak launched this project under a brand name not including the word kayak. What the 360 Angler is, is a human powered boat that can be used in a lot of the same situations as a kayak which of course includes places that powerboats are rendered useless. The advantage of the BSB 360 is that it is a supremely stable platform that offe
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Bonafide Kayak SS127 - Great Fishing Kayak

Posted by Craig Benich on Dec 8th 2018

Bonafide Kayak SS127 - Great Fishing Kayak
Fishing from a kayak has definitely been on the rise here in Tennessee, as well as the nation with fisherman, and women looking to access the water. Here at Caney Fork Outdoors, there are many choices of fishing kayaks, and I wanted to give you an insight on the Bonafide SS127. This boat is very well thought out for the kayak angler from bow to stern. One of my favorite features of the Bonafide Kayak SS127 are the crab/loading handles in front and back. This makes loading, positioning, a
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