On June 28th I entered the USA-ASCE Inshore-fishing tournament. Having placed in two inshore tournaments two weeks prior I felt I would be able to carry on that momentum. I found out about the tournament the day before I was to fish it so I didn’t have a lot of time to plan. I decided to once again go strictly for redfish since I had been catching some larger slot reds. I quickly rigged up my gear and hit the sack for a few hours of sleep.
At 3 a.m. I awoke and hit the road […]
Feelfree Continues to Expand with New Fishing Kayak
Swannanoa, NC, July 10th, 2014 – Feelfree US, LLC (Feelfree US), is pleased to announce the expansion of the popular Lure series with a longer, faster, extremely stable and capable of bigger water version — the Lure 13.5.
The Lure 10 and 11.5 were an instant hit but some anglers demanded even more and Feelfree has delivered according to Jim Hager, Feelfree US, “We knew we had to do it, it was just a matter of time. The original Lures were designed to accommodate a growing […]
Saturday, June 14th, 2014 – On Saturday June 14th, I was entered to fish in two different fishing tournaments. In the Kyser Miree fishing tournament I was competing against other kayakers in the slot redfish division. In the Mystic Stripers Fishing Rodeo I would be going against boaters. Even though both tournaments offered a plethora of categories I decided I would focus only on slot redfish. I spent Friday night going over my gear ensuring all my reels were oiled and cleaned. I checked and double checked my fluorocarbon leaders to make sure they had no nicks of frays from the […]
Feelfree Introduces Fishing Kayak for Younger and Smaller Paddlers
Swannanoa, NC, June 13th, 2014 – Feelfree US, LLC (Feelfree US), announces the launch of the Feelfree Move Angler, a fishing kayak specifically designed for the younger or smaller paddler.
Offering an option for younger paddlers just getting into the sport of kayak fishing was the reason behind the Move Angler according to Jim Hager, Feelfree US, “we wanted to provide parents the ability to share their passion for kayak fishing with their children, yet still give them the independence to explore the outdoors on their own.”