SE Louisiana Field Trip Video from Robert Field – An action packed first day with the crew shows SE Louisiana fishing is worth the trip.

On a recent Jackson Kayaks team trip to Louisiana, Robert Field captures why the travel is worth it for this location. He films while the crew including Jameson Redding, Brooks Beatty and Gene Jensen get after a range of species. Red fish, sheephead, and black drum are enticed to bite. Want to see the monster?

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Make’em Eat – Throwing Streamers in the Refuge – Drew Ross shows his latest video: ‘Make’em Eat’ from SE Arkansas

Drew Ross shows his latest video: ‘Make’em Eat’ from SE Arkansas

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Kwanza on the Freshwater Bully Game – Kwanza Kayak Henderson delivers a new video installment targeting peacock bass in South Florida from his Predator PDL kayak.

Kwanza Freshwater Bully, Fall Edition   The latest fishing video from Kwanza ‘Kayak’ Henderson represents the freshwater angling after a lot of salt water bullying. Kwanza has been out in his Predator PDL in the saltwater a lot lately and decided to mix it up to target local freshwater urban gems.     “It’s not

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My Backyard Adventures: Isaac Brumaghim – Isaac Brumaghim AKA Roc Sushi brings us his house recipe for spicy ahi and other ways to prepare this amazing fish!

Video, photos and text by Aaron Black-Schmidt Not only is Isaac Brumaghim one of the premier kayak fishermen to come out of the Hawaiian Islands, (Pacific Warriors ring any bells?) he also is a master in the kitchen when it comes to preparing his catch.  Brumaghim takes as much pride in his cooking as he

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DIY Hacks: How to rig a milk crate – Presented by WASPcam

Since kayak fishing began, anglers have turned to the cheap and trusty plastic milk crate to house gear and carry a variety of rods and tackle. Turn one into a fish-slaying tool chest with a few cheap components.

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