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 World Champion Kayaker Ken Whiting explains how to deal with rocks when paddling in rivers with current.

Top 5 Kayaking Tips and Skills for Beginners he top 5 kayaking tips to help make you a better paddler are explained by World Champion kayaker, Ken Whiting, in this episode of PaddleTV. Understanding these five tips will help you become a safer and more efficient paddler, allowing you to better enjoy your time on the water.

Proper Technique for Paddling a Kayak The proper technique for paddling a kayak is explained and demonstrated by World Champion kayaker, Ken Whiting, in this episode of Paddle TV. By developing good technique, you will not only paddle more efficiently, but be safer on the water.

Kayak Technique - The Wet Exit If you're going to paddle a sit-inside kayak, you should know proper wet exit technique. Anna Levesque shows how easy it is in this paddling TV episode.

Kayak Technique - Launching in a Surf Zone World Champion whitewater kayaker and obsessed kayak angler, Ken Whiting, explains how to make a successful kayak launch in a surf zone. For all your kayak fishing needs visit HOOK1 Kayak Fishing http://www.kayakfishinggear.com

Kayak Technique - Bracing Over 120 minutes of intense but fun instruction from EJ himself. An incredible cast of paddlers, starting with EJ's kids (Emily and Dane) give you all of the examples done in good form. Each skill has its own chapter on the DVD. So watch at your leisure. Check out the latest kayaks at http://www.neckykayaks.com

Tips on using Ocean Kayaks as a fishing machine Italo Labignan explains the features of the Ocean Kayak. Check out the latest kayaks at http://www.neckykayaks.com

Beginner's Tips for Kayak Fishing Eric Jackson explains what you need to know as a novice kayak fisherman. Subscribe for more great fishing content. Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/FLWFishing/

Getting Started Kayak Fishing | Tips for Beginners Hope this helps some of you getting started in kayak fishing, And don't forget to wear your PFD! Any more questions be sure to ask by commenting or emailing.

Kayak Fishing Techniques - Boating - BCF We take our newly kitted-out Fishing Kayak for a spin and manage to catch a few Bass. Kayak fishing tips and techniques include use of a surface lure, shallow diving hardbody lure, curl tail soft plastics, metal blade lure, fish finders and tips to control the kayak hull.

Top 5 Offshore Kayak Fishing Tips Jeff Herman goes over the top 5 tips for a safe and successful offshore fishing trip in your kayak. Produced in partnership with the American Canoe Association: http://www.americancanoe.org/ For more great videos, subscribe to Kayak Fishing Tales: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c...


Good luck and see you on the water.

Comments

#6 Cooscroosn 2010-06-05 19:45 Lots of good info. Thanks.

#5 jssteve 2010-04-12 19:34 Jon - Complements...

You've done a nice job providing a factual and unbiased presentation of the benefits and tradeoffs.

Hats off. After reading a very similar article my 2 friends got Sit-ins, I got a SOT. Here's observations after 5 years:

1)open saltwater lends well to longer, stable SOT pedal drives if fishing is your primary interest

2)for streams, rivers, estuaries or beaches where you stop alot to fish-especially where the banks may be steep/deep or difficult to access easily, SOTs provide ease of exit/entry,especiall y in waders.

3) Sit Ins are often "cleaner" on deck with less to tangle up on, but you do sit lower which makes it more difficult to cast for a fly fisherman.

4) Sit Ins appear to be alittle faster than SOTs of the same lenght (hull designs).

5) For the "average" person who kayaks 10-20 days per year, when (not if) you dump, many find a SOT easier to walrus wallow back on to than righting a sit-in, especially in choppy or windy weather and certainly in a relative quick river or rip current.

6) If you "ferry" kids, beach stuff, coolers,etc, and then after you've performed your vacation duties you get to go fishing for a few hours, SOTs are great.

7) it all comes down to needs and tradeoffs - 650hp 2 seater or suburban, something in between...whatever floats YOUR boat...enjoy

#4 Bobby Reep 2010-02-25 19:13 Thanks for the info. This will make my decision a lot easier.

#3 Doug 2010-02-24 22:32 Thanks for a great article to help me select my first kayak..

I'm looking for a kayak to fish small lakes in MN, maybe with some portaging involved so weight will be important to me.

I also have a small car so I need to consider the overall length also. Can't wait for spring!

#2 eric.hyman 2010-02-20 01:01 Lot of good information for me. help me make my choice.

#1 2010-02-10 21:44 Lots of great info!






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