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Old 02-16-2017, 01:12 PM   #11
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I agree Jeff

There is no right answer. But answers to opinions and or questions is purpose of the thread.

To all,

Im not looking for answers necessarily but want to expand on why some ideas as to why one way of fishing can be better and how to Implement those ideas into any way of fishing regardless of vessel or wade
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Old 02-16-2017, 01:18 PM   #13
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Stealth we've all heard it.... and how important or a virtue it can be.

So whats the difference between a wade fishermen, yak, and boat fishermen..... if one is stealthier then the other and can opinionate as to why, can the opposed fishermen be as productive in their position / vessel? How?

^ the above statement/question/theory is the actual purpose of the thread.... many bullet points to go over and much can be learned for all types of fishermen wade, boat, yak, and peir.

Stealth is only 1 point to bring up.....

Wade - Jeff says picking part an area..... another bullet point. Can a boat or yak do the same? Lots to be learned by all aspects of fishin THATS definitely the conclusion at hand
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Old 02-16-2017, 01:49 PM   #14
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In skinny water applications, I feel a kayak has its biggest advantage. Especially the ability to move around without sloshing around as one would do wade fishing, and the ability to go places that most boats cannot.

A stakeout pole and anchor trolley (or power pole) can hold you in place, while the kayak itself provides a higher vantage point (as opposed to wading) to spot fish. A boat can only go so shallow and waders can only go so deep, the kayak can do both.


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In skinny water applications, I feel a kayak has its biggest advantage. Especially the ability to move around without sloshing around as one would do wade fishing, and the ability to go places that most boats cannot.

A stakeout pole and anchor trolley (or power pole) can hold you in place, while the kayak itself provides a higher vantage point (as opposed to wading) to spot fish. A boat can only go so shallow and waders can only go so deep, the kayak can do both.


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Solid point no arguments there* +1 for the yak my friend. I agree that is an advantage of the yak. Moving from skinny to deep.

A advantage that cant be gained by wade or boat*
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Hooked for life brings up a very useful tool as well.

Anchor devices*
- anchor
- power pole
- stake out pole

Obviously all used to stop and position a key tool to help anyone stay stealthy and pick apart an area.

I find that the use of a power pole to be incredibly helpful* but this is where the wader has as the upper hand. When wading all u have to do to stop is stop lol.... no buttons to push, no rope to throw, no pole to jab on the ground*

Taking from my wading experiences I have learned that stopping a drift in a boat or yak is extremely important. Being able to pick apart an area as if wading but in a yak or boat can make a day*
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Some might see what it is im doin here.... not arguing or saying that one way is better than the other but I am saying that they all have key features that can be implemented into all types of fishing and hell I love all types of fishing.

I find that waders, yakers, and boaters all have a different styles of how they go about fishing or fishing a targeted area.

Or when someone jumps from yak to boat all the sudden they become spot hungry and want to hit every spot imaginable when they do just fine picking apart 1 area.... and then say that they catch more fish yaking....
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Yes. Wading is definitely a superior way to pick apart a grass flat. The advantage leans towards the kayak when in less than knee deep water though. I only feel this way when it involves blind casting as opposed to sight fishing. From a seated position, the yakker has a lower profile and can be more stealthy...unless the wader goes all crouching tiger on a bitch. Yakker vs crouching tiger wader is a toss up in my book, as far as the skinny-SKINNY waterm goes.
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Yes. Wading is definitely a superior way to pick apart a grass flat. The advantage leans towards the kayak when in less than knee deep water though. I only feel this way when it involves blind casting as opposed to sight fishing. From a seated position, the yakker has a lower profile and can be more stealthy...unless the wader goes all crouching tiger on a bitch. Yakker vs crouching tiger wader is a toss up in my book, as far as the skinny-SKINNY waterm goes.
Well thats one way of putting it.....

Stealth back to this subject:

Put your yak in a pool now sit in it.... make a cast. You'll see that the movement alone from casting will wobble the yak creating a small wake or shock waves....

Now put yourself in a calm glassed out environment with mullet around.... you may find that with every cast you scare the mullet around you.

Now do the same in a bay boat, power pole down and make a cast.... no water movement created. Same goes for wading.

Yaks do have a hull slap of sort and I speak on my experience. It actually amazed me how the mullet around me can feel everytime i casted and would scurry off.
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Inshore fishing ? Yes.

Ex:
I fished in a speckled trout tournament last Saturday,
11 fisherman participated , nine were in boats and two 2 in kayaks.
2 fisherman caught fish,..... and they both were in the kayaks.
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