Keeping it Dry – Best Dry Bags for Kayaking

Keeping gear dry is essential for a great day on the water and it is important to choose a reputable brand when you start your search for the best dry bag. The market is flooded with dry bags and what it comes down to is if you need just a splash proof bag or one that can handle going over the falls. Don’t be the guy that ends up in a wet sleeping bag, with a ruined phone, eating soggy trail mix.

Best Kayak Fishing Anchors

When I first started kayaking I was one of those people that would use anything heavy as a kayak anchor. I brought along old dumbbells, cinder blocks, metal plates, rocks, you name it. It was only over time I realized that an anchor doesn’t have to be heavy to do a good job. In fact the best anchor is going to be light enough not to weigh you down, but heavy enough to keep you securely in place.

Top Travel Fishing Rods

Everyone would pick a one piece rod if they had the choice, but more often that not that just isn’t possible especially when you’re travelling to your fishing destination – thinks airplanes, hikes through the woods, and compact car travel. Here are some of the best travel rods you can get that do a pretty dang good job of providing the sensitivity and strength you need to land your fish!

NRS Chinook Life Jacket

NRS has just released a new version of their already wildly popular Chinook vest for fishermen. When I say new what I mean is they released new colors because the vest is the exact same as it was before. This isn’t a bad thing however, since it’s hard to improve on something that is already great. The Chinook is packed full of features for kayak anglers and it is so comfortable you’ll forget you’re wearing it.

Best Inshore Spinning Rods