First introduced in the 1970s, Carolina Rigging is an exceptional way to boat both largemouth and smallmouth bass. To be successful, the hook must be as light as possible to allow the bait to float above the bottom. A light wire, wide gap hook penetrates large lizard and creature baits commonly thrown rigged Carolina style.
Anglers can fish solo or tandem in the Frontier, positioning seats, rod holders, and accessories anywhere along the 70-inch Freedom Track. Stand, walk, and fish with confidence on the 20-inch-wide “cast and blast” deck. A rotating seat allows anglers to always face the action.
These are the same cloth-backed vinyl work gloves used by commercial fishermen for the toughest, nastiest jobs. They feature a doubledipped, seamless PVC non-slip surface from the wrist to the fingertips and a high-top cuff that extends up your arm to keep your sleeves dry while providing excellent grip.
The EZ ShrimpZ is available stand-alone or pre-rigged. The basic version rigs forward or backward on a jig head, or weedless on a weighted swimbait hook. With a pre-rigged bait, the weight on the hook is notched so it can be trimmed for a slower sink rate in shallow areas. Common game-fish targets include seatrout, redfish, flounder and snook.
If your going for a more predatory fish, then try artificial lures such as crank baits or spoons. When you cast an artificial, you’re covering more water space, and if the bait looks like it’s swimming quickly through the water, it’s more likely to awaken the fish’s predatory instincts.
When kayak fishing in shallow water, an alternative to a traditional anchor is a stake-out pole—a long pole that you can drive into soft bottoms. You can run the pole through your anchor trolley or a scupper hole to hold your position. If you’re fishing an area with a lot of stickups or overhanging trees, a brush hook or similar type clamp can hold your position. Because you may have to detach from your anchor for safety purposes or while fighting a fish, it’s a good idea to have a float attached to your anchor rope so you can easily return to it.
Ricky is a Philadelphia native, with saltwater in his veins. As a ACA Level 1 kayak instructor, fishing guide and tournament angler, he specializes in striped bass, bluefish, weakfish (grey trout), and fluke (flounder) with both fly and conventional light tackle, along the New Jersey shore’s beaches, back bays, and rivers, not to mention he likes to chase smallmouth bass and trout in the Delaware River as well.
Providing effortless control of the fishing equipment, these gloves are made with a latex coating, which provides protection when handling fish. Your hands will not get injured from the gill plates, dorsal fins, and teeth of the fish.
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