Annual Issue of Kayak Fish Going to Press – Boats, gear and great fishing action on tap

Boats, gear and great fishing action on tap

Paul Lebowitz traces the history of the modern fishing kayak in the 2016 Kayak Fish annual edition.
Paul Lebowitz traces the history of the modern fishing kayak in the 2016 Kayak Fish annual edition.

Great Boats, Great Writers, Great Photography Grace Annual Kayak Fish!

The talented production team at The Enthusiast Network is putting the final touches on the 2016 Annual Edition of Kayak Fish Magazine. Featuring a special section highlighting all the top paddle sports companies that cater to the ever-growing fishing market, this stunning issue is anchored by legendary writer, photographer, and protector of kayak fishermen’s rights to access public waters, Paul Lebowitz.

No writer has chronicled the growth of kayak fishing like Lebowitz, who has literally been on the ground (sand anyway) and on the water experiencing the growth of the sport for much of its existence and has reached out to the players who developed the boats that opened the way for innovation and a bunch of incredible catches on both the ocean and inland waterways!

And that’s where this issue of Kayak Fish takes it’s readers — from coast to coast and up to the Great Lakes and down the Mississippi River to flooded Louisiana timber.

Chris Funk tells the tale of chasing his own white whales as he becomes obsessed with catching both musky and tarpon while paddling in Southern waters.

Jeff Little tells kayakers how to stealthily ambush both largemouth and smallmouth by following the migratory path used during the pre- and post-spawn movements of reservoir bass.

Chris Holmes takes advantage of the fishing experience of a Louisiana lady kayaker to get into some monster catfish during flood stage on the Mississippi.

Dave Mull touts the techniques of a Lake Michigan kayaker who shares his methods of tracking down big king salmon on the troll.

Jerry McBride heads up the creek with his paddle to get away from the Steinhatchee crowds and score quality spotted seatrout in Florida’s Big Bend.

Plus readers will find reviews of the hottest new boats and gear filmed and written by top kayak fishing media stars like Robert Field.

So make sure to catch the 2016 Kayak Fishing Magazine Annual and you’ll be sure to catch more fish the next time you jump in your kayak!