Fishing kayaks give inshore anglers back-to-the-basics approach
Cory Routh was floating and fishing in a world practically devoid of clutter, and he liked it.
There was the reel's spool buzzing out line, the swishing of the rod cutting an arc in the air and the sloshing of miniature waves against the side of his kayak. Somewhere far off an outboard was running, far enough away to be a faint hum rather than a roar.
Routh, of Ruthless Fishing Inc., looked to the horizon as he fished. In the flat distance, quivering in and out of vision as they rode ...
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