Kayak angler Graham Smith hooks up to an Irish porbeagle shark in this all action video.
Bass are a great fish to fish for and a great fish to catch and drifting with lures over shallow rough ground can be an effective way of targeting them.
We camped out on High Island in the Gulf of Mexico over Memorial Day to take our kayaks “beyond the breakers” and get into some huge Bull Reds (AKA big Texas Redfish).
I went on a four day kayak fishing and camping trip for Independence Day 2013. In Part 1, come along for the ride as I paddle out over 3 miles offshore to the oil rigs in front of Corpus Christi, TX. On the first day we fished for red snapper and trolled for some bigger game.
Robert drove down to Galveston, TX to compete in the Lonestar Kayak Series Redfish Tournament. His two redfish weighed in at 10.68 lbs and helped him place in the money at 12th.
Footage from Graham Smith showing the hook up and catch & release of a tope between 20 to 25lb while out fishing on his kayak.
Kayak angler Rob Wong Yuen hooks and lands a 102lb yellow fin tuna of Hawai’s Big Island. Unfortunately it came back to life on the paddle home.
It’s a routine kayak fishing adventure for Isaac Brumaghim off Oahu, Hawaii, until Chompy the shark shows up. Book him Dano
It might just be me but I would have thought that carrying a paddle would be a good idea to get you out of trouble on the pedal kayaks. From my timed experiance years ago he may have been able to safely turn with the help of a paddle. And securing the gear is a good idea too, and expensive lesson.