Category Archives for "Paddling"

Best Marine Battery for Trolling Motor in 2020 (GUIDE)

Trolling a kayak without a motor is no easy feat, requiring you to keep a steady pace with your paddle while also being ready to grab your rod should anything bite the line. In recent years though, it’s become more common to attach a trolling motor to a kayak, with many of them coming with […]

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Best Kayak Fish Finder Battery in 2020 (REVIEW GUIDE)

Getting the right battery for your fish finder is critical to keeping it working while out on a kayak fishing trip. So what is the best kayak fish finder battery? I’ve found that the best battery for kayak fish finders is the Chrome Battery SLA Max 160. Out of all the batteries I’ve looked over, […]

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Sun Dolphin Bali 13.5 SS Tandem Kayak (REVIEW)

I love paddling and many of my closest friends love it too. In fact, getting out on the water is one of my favorite ways to spend time with them. Tandem kayaks, especially the easier to use sit-on-top variety, are a great way to enjoy the paddling experience with them. Sun Dolphin’s Bali Tandem sit-on-top […]

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Old Town Discovery Sport 15 Canoe (FULL REVIEW)

When I’m out fishing out of my canoe, I often wish that I could move the boat without packing my gear away and using the paddle. Square stern canoes are an excellent solution to this problem, as they allow for easy mounting of an electric trolling motor, which is actually quieter than paddling and less […]

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Best Solo Canoe in 2020 (REVIEW GUIDE)

The very idea of solo paddling a canoe can be off-putting to many people. Canoes are meant for friends and lovers, and piloting one alone just seems like a very sad activity. We don’t feel that way about kayaking though, which often involves paddling alone. This incongruence exposes the wrongheadedness in how people perceive canoes, […]

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Best Square Stern Canoe in 2020 (REVIEW GUIDE)

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to mount a trolling motor to your canoe? It can be a great addition to your fishing setup, allowing for easier repositioning while maintaining control of your rod. There’s just one problem, trolling motors are mounted on flat surfaces, which traditional canoes don’t have on their […]

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