By Joe Stauder HBBCO Kayaks Bass fishing can be so relaxing in a Wavewalk, sight fishing is a breeze when you are paddling standing up! I can slide right up and cast right to them like I’m in a bass boat.
The pic of the water shows how thick the weeds I was fishing were. Standup flipping the pockets was the ONLY way to get at the big ones.. there were at least 50 boats on an extremely small lake and the pressure and sunlight had em dug in deep. No bass boat (or any boat … Continue reading “Precision bass fishing thick weeds in my Wavewalk kayak, by Clint Miller”
Thought I would share an idea I am working on. I became intrigued with having a “standup” pedestal/swivel seat similar to what I have used in bass boats. Some call these leaning posts or butt seats. You are in more of an upright posture for fishing, and for paddling in the case of a Wavewalk … Continue reading “Bass boat standup swivel seat for my W fishing kayak, by Paul Harrison”
Prospect lake is a Canoes & Kayaks Only for non-residents, and that’s not a problem for me and my Wavewalk… On a 3 hour excursion I caught a bunch of good size (4 at 2 lbs or better) bass, 6 pickerel, and a beautiful 12 inch yellow perch that smashed a 5 inch paddletail. Michael … Continue reading “Bass, pickerel, and yellow perch on a kayak fishing trip in a restricted lake, by Michael Chesloff”
This morning I went back to the same small lake that gave me the 1 ounce and 3 lb bass on the Heddon Tiny Torpedo. First fish of the day (on a wacky-worm) was this beauty.. deduct 4 ounces for the weight of the fish gripper and you get 4 pounds, 12 ounces. Yikes! Best, … Continue reading “New Cape Cod Kayak Bass Fishing Trip Report, By Michael Chesloff”