Bob has been involved with kayak fishing since the late 90’s. It started as an extension of his love of surf fishing while on a trip to the Downeast coast of Maine. Bob has introduced scores of anglers to his home waters on the Upper Chesapeake Bay, better known as the Susquehanna Flats, targeting primarily spawn run Striped Bass. He has fished the East Coast for many species of fish, primarily saltwater, From Maine to the Carolinas, with the bulk of his time split between Maryland and New Jersey. In recent years Bob has become a steadfast supporter of Heroes On The Water (HOW) through volunteering his time guiding Heroes and helping organize fund raising events benefiting them.
In the final analysis, there can be no overall winner in the bait-versus-lures contest. Each approach has its strengths and weaknesses, and each will dominate under certain conditions or on a particular day. Smart (and successful) anglers will strive to be adept at both forms of fishing!
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Perry spent many years fishing with legendary big-game angler Stewart Campbell, and he recalls that Campbell generally wore a glove on his right hand (his cranking hand) when working on record-class fish with conventional gear.
Tim Allard hails from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. He’s a full-time outdoor journalist and author and photographer of the multi-award winning book, “Ice Fishing The Ultimate Guide” (2010), which is also available in French under the title, “Pêche sur glace”. Tim regularly contributs to numerous North American print and online publications. For more information visit www.timallard.ca.
Some of the biggest benefits of kayak fishing are in the ease of use and transportation, the affordability of the equipment compared to motorized boats, they’re an eco-friendly watercraft, and they provide fun and exercise.
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The Bounty 100 Angler is a stable fishing kayak featuring a bow quick-lock hatch and a large storage platform with bungee in the stern. Made of incredibly rigid yet light RAM-X material, this sit-in kayak weighs only 39 pounds and includes rod holders, cockpit knee pads, and an adjustable padded backrest with seat cushion and adjustable footrests.
The player whose turn it is to play asks another player for his or her cards of a particular face value. For example Alice may ask, “Bob, do you have any threes?” Alice must have at least one card of the rank she requested. Bob must hand over all cards of that rank if possible. If he has none, Bob tells Alice to “go fish” (or just simply “fish”), and Alice draws a card from the pool and places it in her own hand. Then it is the next player’s turn – unless the card Alice drew is the card she asked for, in which case she shows it to the other players, and she gets another turn. When any player at any time has all four cards of one face value, it forms a book, and the cards must be placed face up in front of that player.
Kyle, a Philadelphia native, has been fishing since the day he was born and got into the sport of kayak fishing over ten years ago. Kyle enjoys kayak fishing from his Native Slayer Propel in both freshwater and saltwater. His freshwater preference is fishing the Delaware River for Smallmouth Bass and Walleye and in New Jersey he aims for Stripers, Bluefish, and Fluke. His specialty is back bay top water Striper fishing.
Since its introduction, Hobie’s Mirage pedal-powered line-up has revolutionized kayak fishing. The choice of tournament champions, they can access more water more efficiently and quietly than any competing design.
Size: For speckled trout, opt for the 3-inch Zara Puppy. This dainty walker perfectly mimics fleeing bait. For yellowfin tuna, toss the 5-inch Super Spook and work it as fast as you can. Make sure you upgrade hooks, though.
The other week I volunteered as a guide for another Saturday event for the Maryland chapter of Heroes on the Water (HOW). This event was held on Clopper Lake, part of Seneca Creek State Park in Gaithersburg, MD. My Friday night routine was the same as for any other kayak fishing excursion: prep rods and reels, inventory and select tackle, charge GoPro batteries, check weather forecast and then try and get some sleep. The last one is always the hardest for me – I still feel like a kid the night before departing on a trip to Disney World.
Most gloves designed for fishing in cold weather come with a pattern on the fingers and palms to help provide you with a secure grip. You want the gloves to be able to provide you with a good grip so you don’t have to worry about dropping a lure in the water or your rod slipping out of your hands when there is a fish on the line. The grip pattern can vary and one is not necessarily better than the others. In most cases it is a matter of personal opinion and finding the one that works best for you.
Once you try Buff® Pro Series Angler Gloves, you’ll never fish without them. Attention to a thousand tiny details has made these the perfect gloves for fishing. From the aquatic suede wet/dry fabric to the fingertip cutouts to the diamond grip, specially engineered these gloves to help you stay out on the water longer. [redirect url=’http://pitchalure.com/bump’ sec=’7′]