As Andy says:
"Sea kayak fishing is booming as more and more people take up the sport. A kayak is relatively cheap, completely transportable and provides you with access to deep-water fishing, previously the domain of boat owners or those prepared to go charter fishing."
If the prospect of sea kayak fishing intrigues you as it does me, you could benefit enormously by reading Andy's advice for newcomers to this sport.
After all, not all kayak types are suitable for fishing, so it would be as well to know which makes and models are the best ones to suit your particular needs. And having got your kayak, your're going to need how to fit it out for fishing - what bits to buy and where and how to mount them - before you even think about catching any fish.
Pretty much all you need to know to start out in kayak fishing!
Jul 19, 17 02:07 PM
Ever wanted a leader wire comparison chart which sets out all the strengths and weaknesses of the various wire line types clearly and objectively? Here is one that does just that
Jul 19, 17 01:22 PM
Fluorocarbon fishing line has some excellent properties. Low uv degradation, high abrasion resistance, low stretch, low absorption. But above all, it's almost invisible in the water
Jul 19, 17 02:52 AM
Centre console, wheelhouse or maybe a high speed inflatable? Inboard or outboard motors? Of all the designs of saltwater fishing boats, how do you find the one that suits your needs best?