No Yak Back Issues for This Kayak Angler – Minnesota

The ww fishing kayak keeps my core engaged and my posture correct...amazingly comfortable. It's a real pleasure.

The delivery process of my w500 kayak was seamless …I was pleased by how quickly it arrived.

I’m having a blast so far. My back tolerates and actually benefits from using this kayak.
I have significant back challenges (that’s what actually got me to your site via Google) and I’m just thrilled.
I feel good about what you’ve got there.
I have massive back issues that I’ve been working on since a surgery gone wrong about 10 years ago. The ww fishing kayak keeps my core engaged and my posture correct…amazingly comfortable. It’s a real pleasure.

I’ve included a shot of what I caught this weekend…my first bowfin, caught Sunday. Definitely was looking for bass and this thing took a spinnerbait. Fights extremely hard, before it got hung in some weeds…I really liked how I can reel the kayak in to the fish in those situations, I hate breaking lines on hooked fish (yak fishing all new to me).

W. Taylor

Bowfin caught in fishing kayak, Minnesota


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6 Comments

  1. Mike M

    Nice fish! I wonder is this W Taylor related to Wayne Taylor from Florida, who rigged his w300 with outriggers and rowing oars?

    Mike M

  2. admin

    Not at all.
    Wayne is very pleased with his old w300, and this W. Taylor is the owner of a new W500, who seems to be satisfied too 🙂

  3. Mike M

    Just kidding 🙂
    Taylor is a common surname, and I even found another w kayaker by this name on this very blog: http://wavewalk.com/blog/2008/01/21/a-picture-tells

  4. Rox

    Congrats on the New W500 and your First Bowfin. 🙂

    I hope we see many more reports on your adventures in your w500.

    Tight lines and Paddle Safe All.
    Rox

  5. John F.

    Another happy back!

  6. W Taylor

    My wavewalk continues to be a treat; just can’t say enough about how much I enjoy it. Just used the simple schematic you posted for a trolling motor mount to build my own. I enjoy it, but interestingly enough, would rather paddle more often than not. I was not as lazy as I suspected, I guess.
    W Taylor

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