200 lbs of Blue Catfish in my S4 “kayak”

By Captain Larry Jarboe

I took an S4 with me on a trip to my native Maryland, and today, I launched it out of our Nation’s newest marine sanctuary at Mallows Bay.
I fished the Potomac channel’s edge for the invasive Blue Catfish which taste very good. Right off, they started slamming the baits. I started taking video but the GoPro did not respond as it usually does. After some frustration, I put on my reading glasses to see no SD card displayed in fine print. Aaargh. Needless to say, I kept on fishing and caught over 200 lbs. of catfish in less than 3 hours. A couple are plus 20 pounders. The proof is in the pic taken from another camera. I don’t have a cooler big enough so they are packed on ice inside the S4 for distribution tomorrow morn.

Fishing with my Wavewalk 500 from South Texas to the Dry Tortugas

By Kevin Glass


I’ve been enjoying the wavewalk 500.
Since receiving the kayak it has been fishing from South Texas to the Dry Tortugas. The only modifications that has been added is a set of outriggers, since I spend a great amount of time standing while fishing.
I have had two back surgeries and find extremely difficult to sit with my feet out in from of my hips for long periods. But fishing from the Wavewalk 500 can be an all day enjoyable adventure for me. Thanks again for developing this Kayak.

W500 fishing kayak at Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas islands


Next step is adding a motor

By Bret Freak

Canberra, Australia

I’m happy with the performance of my S4. It’s the stability and the fact 3 of us can go out together that I’m most happy with. I installed two boat seats that my father made, for extra comfort. Pretty simple, they jam into the holes in the saddle.
I’m planning to outfit the boat with an outboard motor.

Wavewalk S4 with 2 DIY seats

Seat for the S4