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Elderly Couple Fishing Offshore, In Tandem Out Of Their Motorized Fishing Kayak. December, South Korea

This is a most unusual, yet most revealing story. It says a lot about kayak anglers and the sacrifices some of them are willing to make for their love of fishing. It also shows that propelling fishing kayaks with outboard … Continue reading

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Short Kayak Review by Senior Kayak Angler With Back and Balance Problems

Tony is an elderly gentleman from New Hampshire who the following review of hos W fishing kayak: The 500 is great. It only took a minimum amount of time of actual paddling to get used to the kayak. The weather … Continue reading

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Balance Problem for Seniors Kayak Fishing

With age, and sometimes as a result of medical issues, our sense of balance deteriorates. The implications for kayak fishing are clear – We either need to fish from a more stable kayak, or quit kayak fishing altogether. An impaired … Continue reading

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