The W kayak worked great, again. Mountain Fork River, Southeast Oklahoma – More fun than anything. Fished, chased snakes, beavers, gar, turtles, and more. The W kayak intrigues all sportsmen. Ray More fishing trip reports and rigging ideas from Ray >
Here’s more from Ray’s rigged fishing kayak – A pivoting depth finder, and a DIY transom mount for his electric trolling motor that looks sturdy enough to take an outboard gas engine: More from Ray’s fishing kayak >
People always have to ask about the WW… and I tell them to get one. I now have rigged a Minn Kota electric trolling motor that works great for positioning an runs to a spot or back to dock. The picture is two sand bass that were fighting for the same bait. Not too big … Continue reading “Two Sand Bass Fighting For Same Kayak Fisherman’s Lure, By Ray Schwertner, Texas”
First fish, a nice crappie. 3/12/11. My water craft was ogled with much envy at Purtis Creek State Park. One guy from Austin has been looking at WaveWalks for a while. He fishes from a kayak and was getting a little wave splash in the windy conditions. I think you will have a sale soon.
I am sold out on this W . Cannot wait to go out this weekend.
I went on the maiden voyage. Works great!! Love it. SO much better than a canoe.
Took no time at all to get used to it.
I think I may install the noodles directly to the cockpit edges, without the bungee cords.
I also invented a wheel trolley using some ideas of the other guys.