Stand Up Fishing Kayak, and the Benefits of Stretching for Your Back

This article first appeared on the PAINLESS KAYAK FISHING blog.

All fishing kayaks today are either sit-in or SOT kayaks, which means they’re neither stable enough for true stand up fishing, nor comfortable and ergonomic for long fishing trips.
Wavewalk’s patented concept is very different, and stable enough to allow a regular angler to practice kayak fishing standing in confidence and more more safely that in any other kayak, including those featuring outriggers.
Furthermore, the W500 allows for witching paddling and fishing positions, resting and even stretching, as this demo movie shows:

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One Response to Stand Up Fishing Kayak, and the Benefits of Stretching for Your Back

  1. Preah says:

    Stretching can help with many problems, from fatigue and occasional back pain, leg pain and neck pain to sciatica.Not stretching can aggravate some conditions.

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