It’s even more fun when you’re the only one catching fish, by Bill Davenport

Well, they’re not striped bass, but it sure is good to get out in the “W”. The fresh water guys were all agog at the Wavewalk. “Is it tippy?” is the most common question. No, no, no is the answer. It’s even more fun when you’re the only one catching fish. Bill More kayak fly … Continue reading “It’s even more fun when you’re the only one catching fish, by Bill Davenport”

The stealth craft in it’s natural habitat, by Bill Davenport

Howdy, Here are a couple of pictures, not what I’m really looking for but. . . I took the W down the Indianhead River out to the confluence with the North River in Hanover Massachusetts, at low tide. That required at bit of portaging, another plus for Wavewalk, I wouldn’t want to have to get … Continue reading “The stealth craft in it’s natural habitat, by Bill Davenport”

My kayak is where I like to be, by Bill Davenport

There is no place I’d rather be than in my W on the water when it’s calm and the sun is setting or rising… Hickory Shad and Striped Bass help to make it all the more enjoyable. I’ll be fishing until at least Oct. and then hunting until I’m iced out. Wind has more of … Continue reading “My kayak is where I like to be, by Bill Davenport”

DIY support frame for disabled offshore stand up kayak fly fisherman, by Bill Davenport

Here is my latest refinement. One inch PVC pipe to make a support brace, and a cheap window box planter as an equipment holder. I fly fish in the ocean, and even though the W is stable, I needed to improve my own stability when I stand up because of my knee problem and height. … Continue reading “DIY support frame for disabled offshore stand up kayak fly fisherman, by Bill Davenport”

How I rigged my W kayak for fly fishing, by Bill Davenport

I haven’t really had the chance to fish it properly because of the heat. I don’t go as far out as the fish do when water temps hit the seventies inshore. I fished freshwater once and caught some small bass, the W preforms perfectly. I do like to lean back on occasion, hence the seat. … Continue reading “How I rigged my W kayak for fly fishing, by Bill Davenport”