Thursday, June 4, 2015

Kayak Bass Fishing Magazine Officially Launches

This past week, Kayak Bass Fishing (KBF) Magazine made its debut.  Texan Chris Payne is the man behind the mag, and he deserves a ton of credit for all of his hard work.  Creating a magazine from scratch is a tremendous feat, and KBF really impressed.  I was thrilled to be able to contribute two articles, both with New England/Northeastern twists.  One talks about late spring and summer patterns for fishing topwater baits and the other details my approach to fishing lakes with lots of vegetation during the post spawn phase, which is often when vegetation gets particularly thick.



 



The inaugural issue also featured a hit list of authors - including fellow Wildy pros Jeff Little, Juan Veruete, Alejandro Perez-Arteaga, and Thomas Philippi, as well as number of good friends, new friends, and folks I know via social media.


http://kayakbassfishing.com/kayak-bass-fishing-magazine/


Here is a link to read the magazine, which is free: http://kayakbassfishing.com/kayak-bass-fishing-magazine/.  At the bottom of the page is a link to subscribe (also free) to the magazine.  Every subscriber helps keep KBF free, so if you like it, please sign-up.

Tight lines!

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