This tips board is for those who want to learn more about kayaking in general. It covers all types of kayaks, including inflatable, stand up, fishing and tandem…
Are you looking for a kayak that is lightweight and portable? The Tucktec folding kayaks are perfect for anyone who wants convenience and easy storage. These foldable kayaks can be easily transported in the back of your vehicle or on the go. With a variety of colors to choose from, there is sure to be a Tucktec folding kayak that suits your needs!
Looking to add a bit of excitement to your kayaking experience? Why not try paddling at night! But before you head out, make sure you read our ultimate guide to kayaking at night. We'll cover everything from safety tips to the best time to go out. So whether you're looking for a midnight adventure or want to do some kayak fishing after work, we've got you covered.
Kayaks are perfect for fly fishing. They allow you to get closer to the fish, and access areas of the river that would otherwise be inaccessible. This guide will teach you how to choose your kayak, what type of kayaking is best for fly fishing, and what accessories will make your time on the water more enjoyable. You'll also find tips from experienced fishermen about using their favorite gear while out there on the water!
Having to carry your kayak over land to avoid an obstacle in the water is not something you want to do every day. But sometimes portaging your kayak is unavoidable, especially if there’s a dam on your planned route. We have put together some tips on how best to portage a kayak, whether you’re on your own or with a paddling partner.
The primary factors to consider when picking a sit-on-top fishing kayak vs sit-in. To pick the best fishing kayak, let's look at the pros and cons of each and how fishing style comes into play. Size, weight, load capacity and fishing style are just a few things to consider.