They can get a good bite out of you, they can flip a kayak. A lot can go wrong,
(PRWEB) June 01, 2016
Earlier this month a lucky fisherman reeled in a shark whilst out on the seas. The questions that now comes up is, if their luck was linked to their kayak of choice - and whether or not that was influenced by a fishing kayak review.
Whether luck or judgment, it goes to prove what an exhilarating sport kayak fishing can be and how the choice of kayak plays a huge part in the results one gets. With so many options available, it’s vital to get the best equipment, which meets the user's needs. Whether that is seeking the adrenaline of off-shore fishing (and with the chance to catch a 3 foot shark, who wouldn’t!) or a simple relaxing afternoon on the local lake, good research will help to make an informed choice.
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Back to the lucky shark man: Saber, an avid kayak fishermen, and his buddy were fishing around two miles off shore in the US earlier this month.
"They can get a good bite out of you, they can flip a kayak. A lot can go wrong," Saber said. They were on the hunt for King Fish and weren't having much luck. Saber said that's when they switched to live bait and got a bite. If he hadn’t researched his fishing kayak and checked it was best fit for his needs, the outcome could have been very different. Not only could a lack of bait storage have meant a far less exciting day, it turns out choosing secondary stability was a wise and potentially lifesaving move.