By Eric Overdijk
Spending time outdoors has always been popular in Scandinavia. Here is a trip report that we translated from Norwegian.
Transporting a Wavewalk kayak is a simple matter. You do not need any special roof racks, since it is very stable (just like on the water) on a normal roof. If you want to carry two W kayaks it is just as easy, you tie them vertically to each other. Two straps around it all, and it sits well on the roof rack.
Then it was time to go fishing with my son, Ivar.
After all the positive things that I told him about Wavewalk fishing kayaks, he was very curious. Then there was a 4 day trip on Foxen / Le Stora in Sweden.
We had a nice camp on a small island, where we went out with our kayaks.
There were a lot of fish, we shared the pike, and then I got a bream on the hook, which is pretty rare.
We saw the beaver and osprey, and many other bird species. We spent many hours in the kayak, up to eight hours a day. I had never been able to fish that long from any canoe or kayak.
It wasn’t enough for Ivar just to sit in Wavewalk, and he tried a number of positions while he fished. Being able to stand and fish from his Wavewalk kayak seemed like a great advantage to Ivar.