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Kristine Fischer Holds Trophy and Check

The 2021 Hobie Bass Open Series Tournament of Champions, a kayak bass fishing championship event, was held on Lake Eufala, Alabama from Friday, November 12th to Sunday, November 14th. Only the Top 50 anglers in Hobie BOS Angler of the Year standings qualify for this three-day championship style event and the angler with the five longest bass (in inches) on each day will take home the crown and a grand prize of $35,000. Going into day one of the event,…

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Guillermo Gonzalez casts from kayak

Puerto Rico-born angler, Guillermo Gonzalez, grew up chasing snook and tarpon in the Biscayne Bay backcountry south of Miami. For the past several years, he has sharpened his angling skills as a competitive kayak angler, earning a fearsome reputation as a threat to win any tournament he enters, all the while – according to his kayak-angling peers – remaining one of the friendliest and most-approachable people one would ever hope to meet. When the Texas-based St. Croix pro showed up…

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Angler Lands Saltwater Fish in Kayak

Kayak fishing is on the upswing. From coast to coast, more and more anglers are fishing out of kayaks in both fresh and salt waters. These portable, nimble craft are easy on the wallet, can be launched almost anywhere, and can be outfitted with a dizzying array of fish-hunting gear. And while bass and panfish are always popular targets, there’s a growing number of kayak anglers chasing the challenges and reaping the rewards provided by larger predator species like pike,…

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Kayak Angler

“Panfish” is perhaps the biggest catchall category in fishing. Essentially, if it’s round and measures somewhere between the size of an adult hand and the fateful frying pan, it’s a panfish. We’re talking about the zillion species of sunfish, a couple styles of crappies, as well as – in the opinion of many including myself – white bass. Drumroll please… And now you’re being urged to pursue the commonest freshwater fish in North America with the uncommonest of approaches: pedal…

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Angler landing Bass in Hobie Kayak

There’s a locally known spot on Lake of the Woods nicknamed “Broken Axle.” Oddly, it’s a featureless area on the main basin with no apparent fish-holding structure. So why name it? Years ago, an all-terrain ice fishing transport busted an axle on the spot while motoring to a popular reef. Of course, the fishing clients decided to drill holes and fish while awaiting a backup vehicle. And as legend has it, they caught the snot out of the walleyes. Broken…

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