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The Future of Kayak Fishing is Painless

Have you ever wondered where the sport of kayak fishing was headed? Well, one thing is for sure – If kayak fishing is to keep growing as far as participation is concerned, something must be done to make fishing out … Continue reading

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70 Year Old Fly Kayak Angler: My Experience With The W Fishing Kayak

A fishing kayak review from an experienced angler who’s tried various fishing styles and fishing boats often tell a lot. Here is Glynn Gantenbein’s account of his experience with the W fishing kayak: I have been flyfishing around the world … Continue reading

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The Future Of Kayak Fishing Is Not As An Extreme Sport

For most anglers, kayak fishing is an extreme sport. Extreme in the sense that an angler fishing from a kayak is compelled to give up the two essential things that any regular fishing motorboat provides, which are adequate stability and … Continue reading

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6’3″ 235 lbs, 70 Year Old With Back and Weak Legs Problems

This article first appeared on the PAINLESS KAYAK FISHING blog. I’m 6’-3”; 235 lbs. I have back and weak leg problems that will keep me from safely balancing in the standing position, let alone jumping up and down. Sitting, I … Continue reading

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No Yak Back Issues for This Kayak Angler – Minnesota

The delivery process of my Wavewalk w500 kayak was seamless …I was pleased by how quickly it arrived.I’m having a blast so far. My back tolerates and actually benefits from using this kayak.I have significant back challenges (that’s what actually … Continue reading

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