April 27th, 2012 by ROBERT RUNYON
It’s much easier to work with a kayak than a boat. You can just load it up on your car and store it in your garage, instead of having to dock your boat somewhere. Finally, it’s just plain more fun.
What to Look for in Good Fishing Kayaks
Here are a few key factors to look for in your kayak.
First you have the speed. Certain kinds of fish like to dart around stones and other object. If you want to position your boat to catch those fish, you need to be able to do it quickly.
The next and crucial aspect of any kayak is its safety. Although some companies are doing a good job of keeping land area clear (like this tree service), not all kayaks are made for the beginner, and so before you decide to finally spend hundreds or even thousands on a good kayak, make sure it meets all your safety specifications and requirements. The last thing you need is to be washed away due to safety neglect.