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Most recommended kayak brands. 3 Replies

Started by Dean Lopez. Last reply by Capt. Mike Jul 8, 2008.

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Comment by Rik on July 23, 2008 at 12:50am
Hey all.... I am a passionate paddler and kayak fisherman. I love it so much I started my own Kayak Fishing shop. I am in no way on here to promote my shop, so I won't say the name unless someone wants to really know. Just wanted to see and meet others who love the sport just as much as I do or are interested in it. Just got back from sponsoring a Mothership kayak fishing trip out to San Clemete Islands. Check out a few pics on my page. More to come...
Comment by Capt. Mike on July 8, 2008 at 10:31pm
I have been fishing out of a kayak for years,a few years ago I couldn't get any of my charters to get out of the big boat and kayak. Now I have people requesting kayak charters. They are just starting to finding out now what we knew for years!!
Comment by Sam on May 20, 2008 at 11:40pm
Malibu is good. So is hobie, ocean, wildnerness systems, heritage. Just need to try them out and see what you like.

Sounds like you will be fishing Texas bays? Might want a GPS, also scotty rod holders, life jacket, kayak light, maybe a milk crate with some extra rod holders attached. An anchor too...I would go with a stick type that you can jam into the ground.

Of course, a lightweight two piece paddle.

That should get you started, so much more to specialize if you want. I'd say go find some fishing spots before you get too invested. Tight lines.
Comment by Dean Lopez on May 20, 2008 at 3:03pm
Hi everyone! I am about to join the ranks of Yak'ers out there on the Texas Gulf Coast! I think I've narrowed my choice of kayak to the Malibu Kayak brand, mostly because they come pre-outfitted, saving me some time so I can get out there.

But would love to hear some alternative opinions and ideas!

Thanks!
Comment by Sam on April 28, 2008 at 8:26pm
I'm an East coaster, so I barely know the west coast. But I've heard just walking the beaches around Sanibel and sight fishing can produce monster snook, especially in the summer around June.
Comment by Geoff on April 21, 2008 at 6:18pm
Hitting the flats in the gulf coast...we have been having good days all winter long. The summer should be amazing. Anyone ever hit sanibel and captiva? I am heading there for a week in mid June.
Comment by Sam on April 10, 2008 at 1:25pm
Great to hear... you guys have some wild ways to fish over there I've heard. Kelp beds; deep,cold water, and plenty of rocks.
Comment by Funjunkie74 on April 8, 2008 at 1:24am
Checkin' in from SoCal. New to yakkin' but blessed to have many great people around me showin' me the ropes. Hope to be able to get out and hit some bigguns' soon!
 

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