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A Guide to Kayak Fishing

Published January 10th, 2018 by Bernardo

The perfect technique for how to fish from a kayak comes through in-depth education and years of practice. The good news is that it's much easier to learn about the ideal kayak fishing gear you need to get started. This kayak fishing guide has all the information you need to make an informed purchase.

Transporting Your Kayak

Unless you can keep your kayak right next to the water at all times, you'll have to buy a kayak you can get to and from your spot. Luckily, kayaks don't require a trailer. You can transport your kayak on top of your car, truck, or SUV. If you want to get somewhere farther away from a good docking point, you can even bring the kayak there in a larger boat.

Where to Fish

An important starting point for how to kayak fish is knowing where to go. It can be a lot of work to fish and operate your kayak at the same time, so it's best to find fishing spots near the shore. The current and wind are less severe there, and this will give you a more manageable workload when it comes to maneuvering the vessel. Anchoring your kayak can help a lot too. Just don't anchor if the current is too strong, or it could start to pull you under the water.

Purchasing the Right Kayak

The type of kayak you need depends on where you want to do the most of your fishing. Some kayaks are better suited for fresh water, while others are designed to work in salt water. If you're fly fishing or going after bigger fish, you'll need a more stable kayak. Bigger kayaks have more room for storage, but can be harder to transport. Comfortable seating is important for a long day of fishing.

Some kayaks come fully equipped for fishing ventures. Others will need to be customized. A comfortable backrest, rod holders, and features like coolers and storage go a long way towards turning a standard kayak into a great fishing machine. If you have any questions about how to pick the perfect kayak for your next fishing outing, contact the knowledgeable staff at Nautical Ventures or check out our blog.

Kayaks for Sale Near Me

Nautical Ventures employs trained professionals who are knowledgeable and passionate about kayak fishing. We specialize in all things boating and kayaking, and it brings us joy to help you learn about the industry. Reach out to us today or stop by for a visit to get all the supplies you'll need for your next day of fishing.

What You Need To Know To Choose The Right Tender

Published December 31st, 2017 by Bernardo

Purchasing a yacht can become cumbersome. Forward thinking yacht buyers will utilize a yacht broker and are involved with every facet of the buying process. Buying a yacht is a significant purchase and many new buyers often fail to consider what kind of support vessel they will need. Take into account placement of the inflatable RIB, safety features of the tender, passenger capacity, construction materials and maintenance needed to extend the life of the tender. Working with a knowledgeable tender sales team who can provide recommendations for proper sizing, storage and placement is essential.

Ten Nautical Gifts To Grab During The Holidays For Boating Adventures

Published December 31st, 2017 by Bernardo

There are always new gadgets and gift ideas for boat lovers. At times, it can seem like there are too many options to choose from. We've narrowed it down to our top 10 categories for holiday gift ideas for the boater in your life.

Glastron Boats - Born to Drive

Published December 26th, 2017 by Bernardo

For more than 60 years Glastron has combined performance, style, and attention to detail in to their legendary boat line, and ideal for entry level owners up to the experienced watermen alike. Glastron brings excitement to the water in multiple deck arrangements like Bow Riders, Deck Boats, Ski Boats and Cruisers with models ranging from 17 to 25-feet. Dedicated to making memories with the family, you’ll enjoy commanding the water by making swift, energetic turns. Everything is at your fingertips with a Glastron.

The Seakeeper – Taking the Roll out of the Ride

Published December 8th, 2017 by Bernardo

Does the thought of rough seas turn you green in the gills and keep you onshore? Technology typically reserved for mega yachts, the Seakeeper is a revolutionary product designed for boats as small as 30 feet, and can eliminate up to 95% of boat roll, reducing the effects of seasickness. The Seakeeper is a lightweight gyroscope and is available in most new builds or can be retrofitted onto your current vessel.

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