Dirt roads and cypress trees lead to the Midwest’s most untouched bass fishing waters. The eerie silence is broken by the tail splash of a trophy bass and your heart beating out of your chest as you reach down to land it. Weaving your way through the maze of cypress in openings less than four feet wide is a huge advantage fishing from a kayak. In some places, bass have never seen a lure in their entire life.
We landed and released four-foot Pike in the shadows of castles in France and beneath the windmills of Holland. We laughed a lot and learned about fishing the French Broad and the farm ponds of North Carolina with Bass Fishing Hall of Fame member Hank Parker. In Australia we landed fish we had never heard of like the slate grey Sooty Grunter and fish well never forget like the Barramundi.
Join us as we pedal the Pro Angler and the fleet of Hobie Kayaks on the Oxbows of the Mississippi, the Lower Owens in the Eastern Sierras, the Louisiana bayous, Corsica, and down the west coast of Baja Mexico.