No Motor Zone
Florida Sportsman Member: kayakling This is one of the two biggest fish I have ever caught from my kayak. I tail grabbed it into the yak and then had to paddle (couldn’t peddle with the tail up around my neck and the head blocking the peddles) over to shore to measure and photograph. I measured as best I could with it in the Hobie and wound up with somewhere around 43 inches.
When I’m out on the kayak for several hours in a day, or trying to be as quiet as possible when casting to a shallow water redfish, I try to look for ways that will either give me an advantage on getting a bite or at least making it a bit more comfortable when confined to my plastic watercraft for hours on end.
Florida Sportsman seminar writer Peter Hinck shares his vast experience with jigging offshore while on his kayak for bottom fish and pelagics alike.
Forum member evergladeskid243 put together a killer video with his gopro. Showing what the Treasure Coast has to offer, with the variety of inshore species, you can always keep a rod bent!