Jim Sammons, Ken Whiting and Jeff Goudreau go fishing for pike, grayling and walleye in the Umpherville River, Northern Canada.
Kayak Fishing Tale’s
Chad Hoover and Jeff Little go kayak fishing for largemouth bass using imitation turtles. The reason behind the boys using rubber turtles is that they are hated by all fish, as they will eat the fish eggs from their nests. Largemouth bass and other species of fish won’t hesitate for too long before taking out a baby turtl
Captain Gabby and his team have converted a 1978, 42ft shrimp boat to help kayak anglers get into better fishing spots around St. Simons Island, Village Creek, Georgia.
Whilst on the trip, Jim Sammons lands the largest Red Fish of the trip and Ken hooks into something a bit more than he bargained for as his Musky rod bends in half!
Jim Sammons targets big roosters with Brian Daily, owner of the luxurious and remote Encanta La Vida lodge on the Osa Peninsula of Costa Rica.
Kayak Fishing’s Jim Sammons and Ed Howarton are in search of monster largemouth bass at Lake El Salto.
During a stay at Minor Bay Lodge on Wollaston Lake (Saskatchewan), Ken Whiting catches the biggest pike of the trip.
One of the few downsides of kayak fishing, is that you’re fishing from a small platform that’s very close to the water. This means that it’s easy to lose gear overboard, and you have to expect that you’re gear is going to get wet. This episode provides some tips on how to keep your gear protected.
During shooting of the Kayak Fishing Show, Jim Sammons has traveled all over world. During his travels, he’s learned some valuable lessons that other kayak anglers can benefit from
Jim Sammons introduces the winners of ExOfficio’s “Staying Cool in Costa Rica” Sweepstakes. The winners spend a day kayak fishing for tarpon with Jim Sammons at Silver King Lodge.
Jim Sammons visits Jeff Goudreau at Minor Bay Lodge on Wollaston Lake, and discovers some of the most incredible pike fishing in the world.