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A man sitting at the edge of the devils river.

Kayak Fishing The Devil's River

Mt. Everest is the ultimate test of a mountaineer's skills. Waimea Bay is famous for pushing the edge of paddle-surfing. For kayak anglers, the Devil's…

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Robert Field holding a sturgeon in a kayak.

Sturgeon Fishing In Portland Oregon

When I think of Portland, Oregon, I think of a cold, wet, dreary concrete jungle with hipsters sloshing between gourmet breweries and Avantegarde concerts. I’ve never associated…

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A kayak angler holding a trophy musky in his kayak.

Muskie Fishing At Nestor Falls

I thought 100-fish days, bird-eating muskie and crystal clear, untapped waters were a myth until I visited Nestor Falls, Ontario. Only an hour and a half flight…

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A kayak angler releasing a red drum back to the water.

Red Drum On Virginia’s Eastern Shore

The spring drum run along Virginia’s Eastern Shore is one of the only shots kayak anglers have at sight fishing for fifty-pound redfish. The area…

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A kayak angler casting a topwater frog into vegetation.

Kayak Fishing Camp-Out: Lake Traverse

Algonquin Park is three hours from Ottawa, making it a popular getaway for city folks. The park holds 2,400 lakes and 800 miles of rivers…

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Sunset at Bunsby Islands

Kayak Fishing Camp-Out: Bunsby Islands

The only way to reach Big Bunsby Marine Provincial Park is by boat. After making the crossing from Vancouver Island, there are no roads and…

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 Kayak angler pretends to hold an alligator in the Georgia swamp.

Kayak Fishing Camp-Out: Okefenokee Swamp

The Okefenokee Swamp should be on every paddler’s bucket list. Its 438,000 acres of black water, lily pads, cypress trees and swamp prairie will keep…

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A kayak angler pulls a largemouth bass from the water at Caddo Lake

Kayak Fishing Camp-Out: Caddo Lake

Caddo Lake is named after the Caddo Native Americans who called the area home for thousands of years. The flooded forest allows kayak anglers to…

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kayaking in the dry tortugas

Kayak Fishing Camp-Out: Dry Tortugas

The Dry Tortuga’s were discovered by Juan Ponce de Leon in 1511. In the mid-nineteenth century, the Navy built Fort Jefferson to protect against pirates.…

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 A campsite located under a massive wooden bridge.

Kayak Fishing Camp-Out: Mendocino Coast

The Albion Bridge is the last wooden bridge on Highway 1 in northern California. Built of scrap wood and steel during the height of World…

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A kayak angler setting up camp on the beach.

Kayak Fishing Camp-Out: Mockhorn Island

Virginia’s Eastern Shore features hundreds of miles of deserted islands, white sand beaches, salt marshes and sparse maritime forests. The only place camping is permitted…

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A kayak angler standing and casting at Cat Island

Winter Kayak Fishing At Cat Island

The warm Gulf breeze reminded me that many northern anglers were probably shoveling snow on this mid-winter day. We loaded our kayaks on the water…

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A kayak angler kissing a largemouth bass.

Kiss and Tell

I was working with pro angler Raymond Martinez on a photoshoot for NuCanoe kayaks.We were fishing Wheeler Branch near Glen Rose,Texas.The water in the lake…

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