• Fishing Kayaks

    Posted on February 4, 2012 by in Easy Kayaks Kayaking Guides

    In recent times, Kayak fishing has become a most popular fishing trend. Kayak fishing is simply fishing from a kayak. With the help of these kayaks, you can reach certain places that would have been impossible with large boats.

    For people who like serenity of their fishing spots and want to get away from overcrowded fishing areas, then kayak fishing is the option.  A kayak is actually very convenient and can get you onto the water very quickly. There are some great local South Australia spots for kayak fishing in Port Noarlunga and kayak fishing in Christies Beach amongst the reefs and there are other great locations for local kayak fishing in Adelaide.

    Easy Kayaks fishing kayaks allow you to quickly reach a desired point where there are some great fishing resources and our fishing kayaks are suitable for kayak fishing in both sea water and freshwater.

    There are some basic things you need to remember while fishing using an Easy Kayaks fishing kayak:

    1. First and foremost, your goal should be safety. Take all essential and appropriate safety precautions before you go kayak fishing. Check weather and tide position before planning your trip; if weather is rough then don’t take undue risk and consider postponing your trip.  An excellent source of news about tides and swells is WillyWeather.com.au.
    2. If you are thinking about purchasing a kayak for yourself, then gather as much information you can. Know everything about a kayak before buying it. Discover expert opinions on body type and dimensions of kayak. There is all sorts of information available on the Internet, or you can even join forums that will help to decide on which type of kayak to choose.
    3. Some kayak-buying issues revolve around the variety or species of fish you want to go after. You can definitely get the right kind of kayak if you keep the type of fish in mind that you’d like to catch. Easy Kayaks fishing kayaks are manufactured using Polyethylene, a robust plastic compound that will endure most knocks and scrapes allowing you into close quarters for reef fishing; however for your own safety, it is recommended that you maintain a safe distance in your fishing kayak from rocks and reefs.
    4. There are many different types of kayaks available in the market like the Easy Kayaks “sit-on- top” fishing kayak, specially designed for fishing.  However, an advantage that Easy Kayaks fishing kayaks have is that they are safe and buoyant kayaks that will suit your fishing requirements for lake, river, and reef fishing.  Easy Kayaks fishing kayaks are equipped with drainage holes to drain off any water that fills the open, hollowed out area.   Easy Kayaks fishing kayaks are also wide enough to allow body movement without compromising stability. Note: Easy Kayaks fishing kayaks have hatches, so make sure that those hatches are closed while you are fishing – this is most important thing to remember while you are fishing.  With opened hatches, water can enter your kayak. Once you are in middle of water, use your anchor to keep your kayak steady. With steady and secure anchoring of your kayak, you can concentrate more on fishing than steadying your kayak.

    Easy Kayaks fishing kayaks are suitable for reef, river, and lake fishing.

    Please see our Easy Kayaks Fishing Kayaks in our product list below:

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HIRE CENTRE NEWS   (May 21, 2019)

Easy Kayaks thanks all the great customers that visited us throughout the 2018-2019 season. 

Our hire centre is now taking some down time and will be closed  until September 2019. 

Should you have a group of eight people or more that want to kayak for at least 2 hours during the cool months, please book it in on this web site and we will organise staff to open up for you.   www.easykayaks.com.au/easy-hire.

The Easy Kayaks Team.