PanFish & DogBone Mounts from YakAttack

March 6, 2013 Chris Payne 0

I’ve spent the last three days re-rigging my kayak, incorporating some GearTrac along the way. The positioning on the GearTrac was dependent on several factors. One of those was where to position my PanFish camera/video mounts. The PanFish comes in two models, the standard PanFish and the PanFish Portrait. The biggest difference between the […]


March 2, 2013 Rob Choi 0

A dizzying array of fast paced kayak fishing titillation compiled from the relentless pursuits of 2012….       Rob Choi is an avid kayak angler from Richmond, VA and although he lives close to the mighty James River, he frequents the Chesapeake Bay more often. His addiction to the […]

Bulls at the “Red” Light District

February 28, 2013 Chris Payne 0

Most fishermen can agree that probably one of the most exciting things on the water is “sight casting” to fish that you spot. You would normally associate this with day time, shallow water flats with the sun above your head. Some bridge locations will provide the opposite; sight casting to […]

The Fish Rules App for Iphone

February 27, 2013 Chris Payne 0

I recently came across this handy little app called Fish Rules App for Iphone. The Fish Rules App includes saltwater fishing regulations for Federal and State waters in North / South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Louisianna, Mississippi, Alabama, and Texas. One of the unique features of the app is that it uses your […]

Windy Blues

February 20, 2013 Chris Payne 1

I was able to get out for a few hours this past Saturday. I knew it was going to be a challenge with the wind but I did not want to waste an opportunity to get out. With the tide being super low I was pretty sure I would have a hard time locating […]

First Redfish on a Fly Rod….

February 6, 2013 Chris Payne 2

It took a lot longer than I had expected, but this past Saturday I finally caught my first Redfish on the fly. I have caught Snook, Trout, Largemouth Bass, Panfish, Gar, Ladyfish all on a fly rod. The Redfish however had eluded me for quite a while now, so I […]

Another first for my Commander

February 1, 2013 Chris Payne 1

I decided to head out for a few hours on this past Saturday in search of some Redfish. There was a full moon the night before and the tide that morning was less than ideal,  but all other excuses aside I thought I would give it a shot. I launched to […]

Chesapeake Bay Trophy Stripers

January 30, 2013 Chris Payne 0

All the recent hoopla in the Chesapeake Bay region of big cow stripers has had me chomping at the bit to get in on the action. Our last trip out to Plantation Light yielded miles and miles of paddling but resulted in zero fish. Needless to say, I was bound and determined […]

Lowepro DryZone 200 Backpack

January 21, 2013 Chris Payne 1

Photo By: Robert J Carmody  I have been using the Lowepro Dryzone 200 for some time now and thought I would share my experiences and thoughts about it. I started doing a lot more kayak photography and knew that I needed a bag to safely hold my gear while on the water. I […]

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