Top-water and front-loading bass at Sutherland Pond (movie), by Michael Chesloff

Like jon boats, the Wavewalk kayak has a front side, which expands both the angler’s field of view and field of action. It offers me to cast top-water lures (a frog, in this case) in the lily pads in front of me, as well as to land the fish (bass, in this case) from the space between the hull tips before me.
This feature is also convenient for shooting video. I shot this one at Sutherland Pond, in the Ooms Conservation area, near the northern end of the Taconic Parkway in upstate New York.







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5 thoughts on “Top-water and front-loading bass at Sutherland Pond (movie), by Michael Chesloff”

  1. Denifinitely some good frogging action in this video.

  2. Sweet, that’s awesome when they come up between the hulls! 🙂

    Congrats on the great Bass. 🙂

    Tight lines and MoPaddle Safe all.

  3. The w hulls in this clip look like two jaws that are about to close on the fish that’s between them. The fish is literally surrounded! 😀

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