New and familiar celebrity faces are featured in this month’s Kayak Fish Video Magazine, the third in an ongoing series spotlighting the work of some of the most talented anglers and video stars in the kayak fishing community in quick-hitting videos edited specifically for the online and mobile format.
Leading off KFVM3 is the Jackson Kayak Fishing Team on a trip to the Florida Keys in a fun segment put together by Brooks Beatty of the JK Media House. The team hits the backwater flats of the keys and chases down sharks and barracuda using both fly and spinning gear from their kayaks.
Ever wonder how Aquahunters’ Isaac Brumaghim lands all those sharks and ono (wahoo) while fishing from his Ocean Kayak in the fertile offshore waters of the Hawaiian Islands? Isaac gives us a quick look at how he “Rocket Rigs” with flexible tungsten wire and a tandem Trokar hook setup that never misses.
On their way to the Battle of the Bahamas Hobie’s Cristina Weber and NRS pro staffer Robert Field stop by Alabama’s Lake Guntersville for a friendly “Battle of the Sexes” bass fishing trip. The catching is good and so are the laughs.
Chris Funk proves that while there are many great kayaks stable enough to provide a standup platform, practice makes perfect when it comes to a balanced approach to kayak fishing. Don’t believe it? Just check out the video and watch the big man tear up the Indo Board.
From ‘yak to table is theme when Isaac Brumaghim offers another short video, this one showing a tuna just plucked from the Pacific on its journey from the cutting board to an array of Roc Sushi that will have you headed for a round of omakase before you know it!
Funk is back to admit that even though he was born half osprey, his fish-finding eyeballs appreciate the boost they get from his Smith Optics Chroma Pop sunglasses.
Wrapping up this episode of KFVM in a big way, Robert Field shares his video journal of fishing, partying and acting as emcee of the extremekayakfishingtournament.org’s Battle of the Bahamas. Let’s just say he did better partying than fishing during the event, with some of the wildest fishing action taking place on the beach during bonfire lit surf fishing for sharks!