In Part 2 of our “Kayak Fishing – Getting Started” series, we pick up where we left off in helping you avoid those mistakes when getting started into kayak fishing. We made them, you avoid them. In Part 1, we mainly focused on the kayak core issues related to making your first purchase. In this part, we focus on the other equipment you will need and the fishing differences for which you will need to be prepared.
Each year I have started setting goals for my hunting and fishing experiences. I do so to ensure I take the time to focus on accomplishing the things I want and not just go through the motions of hunting or fishing. Last year was a pretty good year and I achieved most of my goals. This year, I have expanded my goals significantly. With the new licensing season coming up in most states, go out and set your goals today!
In Part One and Part Two of this three-part adventure report, we covered our trip down to Key West and our first day of fishing. In spite of some spectacular food and fun, our fishing had been mediocre. We were ready for some good fishing. Rise and shine!! Waking up on day two was not much […]
Upon returning from Day 1 of our fishing adventure, we both needed a good nap. The high winds, early morning and stuffed bellies from our delicious lunch mandated a catnap. We returned to our room, which had, fortunately, been changed out in our absence to one with a properly working air conditioner. Refreshed from out […]
Our Key West fishing excursion this year was intended to expand our salt water fishing experiences and skills, share some good times in the Keys and catch our first tarpon. While this was a brief trip, we packed in a lot of fun, fishing and food… The three F’s of a great outdoor fishing excursion!