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overnight fishing trip 2 Replies

Started by emory camden mullis. Last reply by emory camden mullis Dec 16, 2010.

Anyone ever fish for Northern Pike out of a kayak? 7 Replies

Started by Rick K.. Last reply by Ed Potts Feb 3, 2010.

Sit on versus Sit in kayaks for fishing 11 Replies

Started by TJ & Lava. Last reply by TJ & Lava Aug 22, 2009.

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Comment by Faith on February 3, 2012 at 11:56am

Ok.  It's been a while since anyone has posted.  Since our easy winter will be winding down, I'm looking at kayaks again.  I'm looking for info on the WS Commander (12 or 14).  I want the good, bad, and anything else.  This will be an addition to my current kayak, a 14' Perception Catalina.  I'm looking for stability, ease of reaching the ends of the boat, and carrying capacity with maybe BWCA trips in mind.   I'm on the small size and have tried the tarpon, though its a great craft, the seat sits so low that I'm struggling to reach forward and aft and I can't sit sideways as my legs shoot straight out.  So for those reasons, I've given up on the SOTs.  I've also viewed the Native Watercraft Ultimate but am leaning more to the WS.  Any comments for or against?  Thanx in advance.

Comment by John Schlage on June 22, 2011 at 6:30pm
Does anyone kayak fish in Delaware??!  Let`s hook up!
Comment by emory camden mullis on December 14, 2010 at 8:41am

hey just want to put a friendly caution out there. If you plan to go down a river that has a dam used to generate power (upper ocmulgee, below jackson lake and georgia power's plant) you will definately want to call for the discharge times of the day you will be on the river. This discharge can raise the water level by 3-5 feet and make the otherwise relatively calm rapids change from class II to deadly.....trust me, i learned this the hard way and lost over 300 dollars in equipment.

Comment by Gary T on August 17, 2010 at 12:29am
It's 12 am. Time to get up and go fishing.........wakey wakey, or should that be no wakey.
Comment by Dan Thoman on December 3, 2009 at 8:25am
I have a Pungo 140 which I've decked out for fishing and fly fishing. I've added 2 rod holders, either of which can hold an anchor system. Everything works, but I wish I had more room for the tackle box and I need something to hold the paddle. It always makes me feel good when someone in a $20000 bass boat pulls up and says "man, that looks like fun."
Comment by kayaking_librarian on December 3, 2009 at 7:58am
Has anyone ever outfitted a touring kayak for fishing? I have a Dagger Specter boat and want to put a fishing rod holder on it. Just curious.
Comment by rick on September 16, 2009 at 4:54am
i don't know if i have caught bigger fish from the kayak but often i like the being alone feeling the kayak offers and the ablity to get to water not that in other boats i would pass by , i did hook a nice lake ontario king in the yak the other day for a nice ride
Comment by Lorrie Codner on September 7, 2009 at 7:12pm
I have caught more fish than ever from my kayak. I don't think I will fish from anywhere else ever again.
Comment by rick on August 8, 2009 at 12:42pm
hello new to the site wanted to say hello
Comment by ashley marie on July 14, 2009 at 7:15pm
New to kayaking, But i know it will be fun. ( first time on the water will be coming real soon )

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