Featuring the best in kayak fishing photography and words, the 2016 Annual Kayak Fish Magazine shipped to newstands on April 22 and is also available through the KayakFishMag.com website.
This issue of Kayak Fish brings readers a solid lineup of some of the top author/anglers in the kayak fishing community and takes a long look at the history of the modern fishing kayak thanks to an extensively researched, and experienced first hand by Paul Lebowitz, feature that examines the evolution from fiberglass and metal prototypes to the molded plastic fantastic fishing machines that are today’s kayaks.
From West Coast roots of early fishing kayaks to reviews of some of the hottest, prehistoric fish in Texas rivers to speckled seatrout deep in the winding creeks of the Big Bend, this issue has something for everyone who likes to wet a line while paddling or pedaling. We range the length of the Mississippi for Bayou Catfish and Lake Michigan king salmon, with a healthy dose of kayak bass fishing in between. One writer hunts down his most coveted kayak species.
Besides Kayak Fish founding editor Lebowitz, contributors to the 2016 Kayak Fish Annual include Jerry McBride, Robert Field, Jeff Little, Chris Holmes, Chris Funk and Dave Mull. Get your issue today!