How to Avoid Kayak Fishing Back Pain (For Real)

This article first appeared on the PAINLESS KAYAK FISHING blog.

Whether you’re young or old, in good shape or not, eventually you’re bound to feel uncomfortable sitting in your kayak, or on top of it, the traditional L kayaking position.
Cushioning your fishing kayak’s seat can’t help much simply because your legs will keep pushing your back against the backrest, and there’s no way for you to change positions.
So what’s the solution?
The solution is to use a totally different, patented kayak that enables your legs to support your body in a natural posture, that is from below.
Here’s is how it works: The Riding Position That Eliminates Kayak Fishing Back Pain
In addition, this new fishing kayak offers you to switch between different positions, including standing up. This means you can improve your blood circulation, stretch, get up, and reduce fatigue to a minimum.

Back Pain in Kayak Fishing – The Design Perspective

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Kayaks are very old boat designs, but modern kayaks and fishing kayaks are significantly different from the kayaks that native people of the arctic created and used.
Modern kayak paddlers and fishermen are different from native kayakers: They are heavier and less in shape.
The online article called ‘The Evolution of the Kayak’ discusses these things, among others, from a kayak design perspective.
This is a link to the part that talks about ergonomics in kayak design:
Ergonomics: From a single, uncomfortable position to the freedom to choose from a variety of ergonomic positions

New Kayak Fishing Website

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This new website called has tons of kayak fishing related articles, online movies and links on it.
This website Kayak Fishing USA is dedicated to kayak fishing, kayak fishermen, and fishing kayaks.
You’ll find in it technical advice on paddling and fishing, rigging and outfitting, fishing tackle and gear, as well as pictures, videos, stories, news, articles and reports, kayak reviews, and a blog.