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Review of the Wilderness Systems Kayak Krate

Review of the Wilderness Systems Kayak Krate
In the beginning, kayak anglers created tackle storage systems from plastic milk crates. Repurposed rod holders, sometimes cut from sand spikes, were zip-tied to their plastic and stolen forms. To these crates, we trusted our tackle as we paddled over the face of the waters. Look around you now and every year a
host of new accessories begs for our attention. Most receive it. Why? Because inventive anglers, engineers, and product designers have applied their creative energy to reimagining some important kayak fishing accessories. Wilderness Systems has been there from the start with its kayaks, and now the company has expanded its product line into new kayak accessories; with the Wilderness Systems Kayak Krate the company has taken the familiar square void of the tackle crate and cleverly turned it into something new.
May 15, 2018 0 comments

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Demo of the Jackson Kayak MixMaster

Demo of the Jackson Kayak MixMaster

I had a chance to demo the Jackson Kayak MixMaster. Jackson's the new slicey playboat at the US National Whitewater Center on St. Patrick’s Day. What a treat it was to paddle this kayak. I sat in it at the shop at GetOutdoors before I decided to take it to demo and I found it to be a more comfortable play boat than I thought it would be. Some of these types of boats can be torture machines. However, this was the most fun and comfortable boat of this type that I have paddled, and I have been in most...

May 14, 2018 0 comments

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Fishing Overtime with the YakAttack Leverage Net

Fishing Overtime with the YakAttack Leverage Net
Yak Attack has long been known among kayak anglers for the innovative design of its kayak fishing accessories. Its products are customized for the unique contours and biomechanics of kayak anglers and their fishing platforms. This is true of the Yak Attack Leverage Net too, but not all of its finest qualities are evident after a single use. After all, there is no kayak fishing accessory more important than a good landing net. Experienced kayak anglers know that a fish is most vulnerable when it is next to the kayak. They also know that the angler is also most vulnerable to losing the fish at that moment. Big fish will jump next to the boat, or use a bull rush under the hull, or get a hook tangled in the meshed cloth of a cheap net. Those final moments are critical because we have a net in one hand and a rod in another.
Dec 23, 2017 0 comments

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Introduction to Recreational Kayaking

Introduction to Recreational Kayaking
Interested in learning to kayak? This introduction to recreational kayaking is a great to start learning and will give you the basic information you need to begin your search and to make an informed decision of what kayak to purchase.
Dec 13, 2017 0 comments

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Whitewater kayak camping

Whitewater kayak camping

Whitewater kayak camping

For years I have done climbing trips that involved overnight camping- Mount Rainier, the Wind River Range, Colorado fourteeners and Chopicalqui in Peru. Later I discovered canoe camping was a great way to get my wife outdoors with me in a low-impact adventurous and fun way. Our first canoe camping...
Nov 15, 2017 1 comment

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