I took my wavewalk kayak on a fishing trip for the first time this week.
Launching out of Serenia Vista park in Cape Coral, a park dedicated to kayaking and kayak fishing, complete with trailer parking was the perfect choice.
It is a very short paddle to highly productive mangroves that hold snook, redfish and a host of other species.
I paddled for about five minutes and pulled up to a flat where I decided to give it a go. Within a few minutes I had caught my first fish. It was a 20 inch snook that leaped out of the water and put on a full show. I quickly realized for myself that one of the great things about the wavewalk kayak is the ability to stand up at will when a fish strikes. For any serious fisherman it’s a natural reaction. I caught a few other fish during the afternoon, included a nice size mangrove snapper that I took home for dinner.
Cape Coral, Florida