Image Carpe (nteria) Diem
Monday, 28 September 2015
Central California featured another close encounter of the GWS type this weekend. This fellow was ejected from his Wilderness kayak. The shark punctured the yak enough so as to all but sink it. Luckily, a nearby power fishing boat scooped... Read more...
Image Pacific Warriors
Thursday, 10 September 2015
Check it out.  Kayak Fishing makes the big time on Discovery Channel US.  Featuring our buddies from Hawaii as they pursue Big Game.        
Image Pesca de España
Sunday, 06 September 2015
(Editor’s Note- Denton, also known as Dentex are a big variety of Sea Bream, common to the warm Mediterranean waters near Spain, Italy and Greece. The author is a member of the Jackson Kayak Regional Fishing Team, Malaga Spain.)  ... Read more...
Image Oh My God, Oh My God, Oh My God!!
Thursday, 20 August 2015
Originally, I grew up in Taiwan. Fishing for various species of fish in the local streams and from the rocks was the start of my craze for fishing and the journey that inevitably led me to kayak fishing in Santa Cruz. Moving to Santa Cruz... Read more...
Image Opelu Two
Tuesday, 21 July 2015
Aloha and Happy New Year KFM readers.  Last month I submitted the first article of a four-part series on how to get better at kayak fishing. This series of articles will discuss how live bait fishing can improve your kayak... Read more...
Image No Longer a Newbie
Sunday, 19 July 2015
It's New Year’s, which is a time of reflection over the year. Truthfully, every day is a good time to reflect upon the past but, New Year’s is special in the sense that you are given an artistic license to get cheesy and poetic about... Read more...
Image Stealth Kayaks- “Glass is Class”
Wednesday, 15 July 2015
Stealth Kayaks- “Glass is Class” Stealth Kayaks is not really just "another brand" of fishing kayaks. These kayaks and their designs have been developed over a long period of time under the personal and expert guidance of Brett and... Read more...
Monday, 13 July 2015
Opportunity of a Lifetime Panama !! Home to some of the best sportfishing on the planet. The Pacific coast, already known in sportfishing circles worldwide as a destination for giant everything. Black marlin, yellowfin tuna, popper... Read more...
Image Chasing Kingfish in NZ
Thursday, 02 April 2015
Aotearoa, or Land of the Long White Cloud as New Zealand is also referred to, is made up of two main islands and a number of smaller islands which provide over 15,000 km of coastline with extensive marine life. Fishermen’s heaven!... Read more...
Image How-To: Hawaiian Style
Saturday, 07 February 2015
Aloha KFM readers and anglers! Since I took up kayak angling twelve years ago people have always been asking me “how do I catch more fish kayak fishing”. If you ever attended our free kayak fishing clinics at Windward Boats... Read more...
Image Haunted Lake
Thursday, 05 February 2015
So, I have this lake near my home. It’s called Lake Nippinickett also known as “The Nip”. Apparently, it’s also drenched in ghostly folklore. As I pulled up this morning, the lake’s creepy reputation made sense. With cold... Read more...
Image The KRAKEN
Monday, 26 January 2015
Since joining forces with Jackson Kayak in 2012, Jim Sammons has been on a mission.  His mission? To partner with one of the most innovative brands in kayak fishing to produce the offshore fishing kayak of his dreams.   That... Read more...
Image Pursuing the Prehistoric
Sunday, 28 December 2014
In August of 2014 I embarked on the greatest journey of my fishing career to date; A week long solo expedition chasing one of North America’s largest freshwater predators, the Alligator Gar. I began dreaming up this trip as soon as I got... Read more...
Image Ready for Liftoff-Cape Canaveral Snapper
Saturday, 09 August 2014
Cape Canaveral Florida is known world wide as the launch pad for the US Space Program. Nicknamed "The Space Coast," everything from the Gemini, Apollo and Shuttle missions have launched from the Cape for the past half-century. Beneath the... Read more...
Image Awesome Halibut in Norway
Saturday, 09 August 2014
Earlier this year a friend of mine working as a guide was out with clients fishing for cod. The client was fighting a good-sized cod and as it neared the boat an enormous dark shape appeared just under it. It was a halibut. The halibut... Read more...





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Outfitting (Random)

Image Installing a Flush Mount Rod Holder
Saturday, 09 April 2011
Installing a flush mount rod holder is quick and surprisingly easy provided that you measure twice and cut once. You should have a little wiggle room for "oops" depending on the...
“Toast’s Workshop” - Up a Creek Without a Paddle
Friday, 16 October 2009
For my second entry in the “Workshop” series, I thought about the most important accessories that are commonly overlooked by the kayak angler.  Obviously, the primary...
Image Buiding a Kai-Rack for Kayak
Wednesday, 21 October 2009
  They say that, "Necessity is the mother of invention," but in truth, sometimes a really bad case of cabin fever, combined with watching old Tim Allen’s Home Improvement...

Trips (Random)

Image July 4th Weekend RB Fluke
Sunday, 03 July 2011
Summer’s here and the fluke are too. It’s been unpredictable but there have been good to excellent catches. I wasn’t able to make the Wounded Warriors day when Chris told me...
Image Tiburones de la Ciencia: Sharks for Science
Tuesday, 26 March 2013
Kayak fishing really is a worldwide phenomenon. Visit any place that is fishy, especially coastal regions near larger towns or cities, and you will find kayak-fishing brethren....
Image The Qualifier Kayak Fishing Trip
Thursday, 08 October 2009
For those looking to for an incredible kayak fishing adventure the Qualifier 105 might be the ticket. Below is my account of a recent trip on the Qualifier 105. I have made many...

Fisheries Affairs (Random)

Image NOAA Reports Six More Fish Stocks Rebuilt in 2012
Thursday, 02 May 2013
May 2, 2013 It was another record-setting year for one of our nation's most valuable resources, our marine fisheries. Today, we are reporting that six more stocks were declared...
Florida's Net Ban Vacated
Wednesday, 06 November 2013
Tuesday, 05 November 2013 15:07 Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 November 2013 15:11 Written by CCA Florida Leon County Circuit Judge Jackie Lee Fulford yesterday vacated an automatic...
Image Landmark Vision for Saltwater Recreational Fisheries Management Unveiled by Policy and Industry Experts
Thursday, 13 February 2014
Blue ribbon commission recommends enhanced fisheries management while upholding saltwater recreational fishing’s economic, social and conservation benefits Miami,...

In The News (Random)

Image Stop Hitting Yourself!..With Bungee cord, that is.
Saturday, 07 September 2013
Top USA kayak manufacturer Malibu Kayaks is pleased to announce the release of their upgraded 'bungee shock cord cleat'. Currently standard on all recreational and fishing kayak...
JCKF Cape May Kayak Fishing Tournament for Charity
Saturday, 17 April 2010
Jersey Cape Kayak Fishing would like to announce that we have set the date for the 1st Annual Cape May Kayak Fishing Tournament for Saturday, October 16, 2010. This charity...
Tragic Kayak Fishing Accident
Friday, 23 October 2009
Tragic Accident of Hawaii.The incident involved three kayak anglers who got into some serious trouble. A man and woman in boat went to help the three kayakers.  You will see...

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