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I’ll start with this: If you prefer to fish out in the middle of Erie or St. Clair amidst six-footers, you can probably skip this blog.
Second point: While I don’t own a kayak, I’ve got nothing against them. To be clear, their impact on the fishing industry in recent years has been largely positive – giving many new anglers access to the sport and increasing or rekindling the interest of others. There’s no doubt that they’ve boosted the industry as a whole.
At the same time, they’ve changed the way many of us fish. I thought about this a few weeks ago as a friend and I went out chasing snakeheads on the Potomac. He wanted to hit a couple of small creeks right by the launch. Ten years ago, there might’ve been a bass boat in one or the other.
Full story at Inside LIne: https://www.insideline.net/peteweighsin ... yak-effect
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