Thursday, March 30, 2017

The New Age of the Fishing Kayak

Neil Taylor, Capmel.com Site Administrator and the owner of Strike Three Kayak Fishing  The coming of age of self-propelled boats, used to seek out gamefish. Anglers hear the word kayak and immediately imagine the “enclosed, wobbly...

Native “Ultimate” Watercraft

Choosing a kayak can be difficult because there are so many from which to chose. And they come in all sizes, shapes and colors. If you’re an angler, then you can eliminate most cruising...

Native Ultimate and Manta Ray

The Native Ultimate and Manta Ray: Paddlecraft for fishing The best boat ever made, the Ultimate has been discontinued in this form.    If you can find them used, it is still a winner.  ...

Native Versa Board

KAYAK plus PADDLEBOARD equals KAYAPABOARD. Well not really. I just made that word up. What it really means is a whole new way to catch fish and have a blast. Reaching back into the my...

St. Joseph Sound: It’s our little secret

By Captain Mel Berman It is not uncommon for a complete stranger to approach, lobbying me to “never mention St. Joseph Sound on the radio or in any article.” Why are those who fish there...

Florida’s Kayak Fishing Boom

By Captain Mel Berman, www.capmel.com For as far back as he could remember, Gil’s fishing activities had been confined to bridges, beaches and banks. It was a case of pure economics. With his meager salary,...

Flying in a Kayak or Canoe

According to kayak flyfishing expert  Kevin Fenn, paddling flyfishers enjoy a gratifying way to fish!  The combination of this ancient angling art with a paddle craft can a most exhilarating challenge. Fenn says that...