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Old 04-18-2017, 09:51 PM   #11
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Welcome aboard to the world of kayak fishing as well. May I suggest frequent reading at a site called TexasKayakFisherman.com which is mostly salt based fishing. My second recommendation would be to go with a kayak fishing guide to show you an area you want to concentrate on- this will greatly cut the learning curve.
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Old 04-19-2017, 07:02 AM   #12
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Welcome aboard to the world of kayak fishing as well. May I suggest frequent reading at a site called TexasKayakFisherman.com which is mostly salt based fishing. My second recommendation would be to go with a kayak fishing guide to show you an area you want to concentrate on- this will greatly cut the learning curve.
Thank you very much. Already on TKF. I like the idea of a guide.
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give salt lake a try. Can drive up and launch right at the water. Have buddies that fish there alot and do really well. It stays pretty protected from the wind also. Its easy to get away from boats in there. I have caught some really nice fish over there
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give salt lake a try. Can drive up and launch right at the water. Have buddies that fish there alot and do really well. It stays pretty protected from the wind also. Its easy to get away from boats in there. I have caught some really nice fish over there
Appreciate the tip.
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