ANGLR is on a mission to make your life not only better but also easier. We know how much you love to be out on the water, enjoying the breeze, the sunshine, and the thrill of chasing down your next catch. You may even enjoy your friends fishing stories about what he caught last weekend.
We know because we do, too. So we’re aware of how precious your time on the water is and how limited that may be with life, school, job, kids, spouse, commitments, and other things in the way.
That’s why we’re dedicated to helping you make the most of your fishing experience, from offering you an all-inclusive app that allows you to plan, record, and analyze your fishing data, to providing you with some of the most comprehensive learning and continuing fishing education opportunities available.
There’s a new installment of ANGLR education available, and if you’re new to kayaking, a kayaking buff, or looking forward to giving fishing from a yak a try, our 100+ Kayak Fishing Tips From the Pros can give you the ANGLR edge you need.
Bringing our Kayak Fishing Experts Together
We’re not sure, but this very well could be the largest conglomerate of kayaking experts together under one webpage. Eleven of ANGLR’s most knowledgeable Experts and Expert Contributors gathered together to share their knowledge, tips, tricks, tidbits, and advice just for you!
No matter what it is you’re looking for: general knowledge, new ideas, or that tidbit of genius that’ll make your next trip out the best trip yet, they’ve bared their souls out on the line for you to soak up their knowledge.
“What Are Your Top Three Kayak Fishing Tips?”
Simple. Everyone has things that they just had to learn the hard way. These guys are paving the way for you so you don’t have to go through that uphill battle alone. They’ve each shared their top three tips for the most successful kayaking outing. If you’re looking for a fast education that’ll hone what you do and how you go about your game, here’s where you’ll find it.
That’s 33 bits of information . . . . and believe it or not, they’re all different. You’re not going to find the same old trite, boring advice here. Be ready to soak up a wealth of information just in the very first chapter!
“How Do You Break Down a New Body of Water On a Kayak?”
Sitting in your tiny vessel, staring out at the vast, wide expanse of a new lake may seem very daunting. You can’t get very far very quickly in a kayak. So just how do you break it down and figure out where you’re headed and how you’re going to get there? These guys take the guesswork out of it. They’ll tell you exactly how they each approach the new body of water experience.
“What Technology or Fishing Apps Do You Use?”
You’ve got limited space in the boat, but want to make the most of your outing. Tech is a must-have if you want to be sure you’re giving yourself the best chances of finding some big ones. These guys share with you exactly what tech they rely on when space is tight and stakes are high so you don’t have to worry about making the wrong choices. They go through pieces like depth finders and handy smartphone apps.
It’s no surprise that almost 50% of these experts mention reaching for the ANGLR App and ANGLR Bullseye when they’re out on the water. That’s because most experts agree that the all-around convenience and prowess of that combination makes life on the water (and off) that much more efficient.
“What Are Three Pieces of Kayak Fishing Gear You Never Leave the Shore Without?”
When you’re trying to decide what could make or break you out on the water, ANGLR’s taken all of the guesswork out for you. Short, sweet, simple. The kayaking experts tell you exactly what’s on their rig every time, no question.
“Any Last Pieces of Advice to Share?”
In case you didn’t already get enough genius with the previous chapters, there’s always just a little bit more to squeeze out.
Finally, just in case you didn’t already get your fill, we’ve included video links to rev your paddle and make your casting hand twitchy. ANGLR Expert Dave Lefebre, winner of the Kayak Bass Fishing Northeastern Open takes you over, around, and through his personal winning kayak. You can never have enough craft, right?