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Must Have Accessories

Dave Posey is the Half Hitch Kayak Pro with some recommendations of the absolute necessary accessories that you need to always have with you on your kayak.
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Kayak Choices

Kayak Choices
There are many choices and considerations when choosing a kayak that include where you plan to paddle/peddle and for how long, what conditions you’ll be paddling in, and how you plan to transport...
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Safety Equipment

The most important gear on your kayak is your safety equipment! Always wear your flotation vest. This is vital to your safety when traveling in open waters. Purchase a comfortable boat cushion for...
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Choose the Right Kayak for Fishing

When kayak fishing in saltwater you'll likely be fishing more open and rough waters. This means that you should choose a kayak that is a longer and more stable than a shorter kayak for use in...
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Store Your Kayak

Protecting your kayak from exposure to sunlight when stored will lengthen its useful life. If it's outside, it can be covered or simply stored in a shady place.
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Stakeout Poles

Get yourself a stakeout pole for your kayak. Stakeout poles are known by a lot of names but the kayak anglers who use them know they are an invaluable piece of equipment.
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Weather Conditions

Make sure you've had proper instruction for the kayak that you plan to use. Check the daily weather forecast, especially predicted wind speeds. Be aware of tidal conditions, currents, and water...
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Protect Yourself

Apply sunscreen, lip balm, and insect repellant liberally, even on cloudy or breezy days. In addition, you should wear appropriate clothing for your activity, and the weather and water conditions.
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Don't Lose It

Don't lose your gear! It gets expensive. Make sure everything is tied to the kayak if possible or has a float attached. 
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See and Be Seen!

Half Hitch kayak pro Dave Posey demonstrates the benefits of the Yak Attack VisiCarbon Pro Light Flag and how you can use it to improve your kayaking adventures.
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Always be Mobile

Don't forget to bring your mobile phone with you when kayaking. Not only is it a cool way to check your weather apps but you can have it for emergency purposes while out on the water, but it won't...
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Be a Storage Pro

Modern fishing kayaks are built with internal hatches, but if your kayak is bare bones old school and doesn’t have one, you might have been using an old milk crate. This is sad.
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Catch all the Action

Don't forget to bring your GO-PRO when you are out kayak fishing to take some great action photos of your catch and your friends goofing off. The track compatible Yak Attack Camera Pole is how you...
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Go Kayak Scalloping

One of the most effective and efficient ways to go scalloping is out of a kayak. Instead of spending money for gas to get to a loaded scallop spot, get out there and go to all those tight spots where...
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Keep the Water Out

Extra water making you worry? Did you lose a scupper plug? Can you find the right size plug? Solve the problem of unknown sizes or lost scupper plugs with the Universal Scupper Plug Kit.
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Kayak Fly Fishing

Fly Fishing From a Kayak? Nothing like the convenience of having a rod holder on your kayak that actually fits your fly rod. Check out the Ram 2007 Fly Rod Holder.
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3 Important Tips

Although appropriate clothing choices depend on the location, take into consideration the water temperature rather than the air temperature. If your kayak tips over, you’ll learn very quickly how...
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Kayak Seats

Kayakers have discovered over the years that the proper seat can make or break a day on the water.
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The KRAKEN for Offshore Fishing

Kayak anglers looking for an exciting offshore fishing kayak that can handle anything Mother Nature can throw need to look at the KRAKEN by Jackson Kayak.
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For Beginners

Kayak fishing is popular in Northwest Florida. Grab a double-bladed paddle and give the kayak a whirl!
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