YakAngler's Inside and Out goes Boondogglin'

YakAngler's Inside and Out goes Boondogglin'

In episode 5 of YakAngler’s Inside and Out, Jameson heads down to the bayou for the fifth annual BoondoggleX. Huge jacks, bull redfish, trout, Ro-Sham-Bo, raffles, good times, and more from Fontainebleau State Park in beautiful Mandeville, LA.

Posted on 12 January 2016 | 2:39 pm

YakAngler Pro Interview - Jameson Redding

YakAngler Pro Interview - Jameson Redding

Jameson Redding hosts Yakangler’s Inside and Out, and represents many companies in the kayak fishing industry. From the time I met him he has always been willing to help, no matter how tough or thankless the job. He is a constant study with his camera craft: learning and pushing limits to make a product anyone would be proud of. He is a heck of a Yakangler and I am honored to call him a  friend.

Posted on 11 January 2016 | 5:00 am

Top 10 Reasons You Should Start Kayak Fishing

Top 10 Reasons You Should Start Kayak Fishing

As falling gas prices make owning a powerboat more affable than ever, we wanted to see why we have not seen a drop in new users joining the YA Nation. We asked our users why they decided to buy a kayak and jump into the world of kayak fishing. Here are the top 10 reasons they started kayak fishing.

Posted on 7 January 2016 | 6:41 pm

2015 Top Events In Kayak Fishing

Isaac Brumaghim

On this New Year’s Eve we take a look back at the highs and lows in our sport: kayak fishing. Sometimes looking back is the only way to truly appreciate the unparalleled growth and community kayak anglers share. Here is our list of top things to happen to kayak fishing in 2015.

Posted on 30 December 2015 | 6:00 am

Happy Holidays from YakAngler!

Happy Holidays from YakAngler!

Even though it's unseasonably warm for most of the United States, the holiday season is upon us!

Posted on 24 December 2015 | 5:00 am

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