Mysterious things swim in the dark shallow waters of Southwest Florida’s Caloosahatchee River. This June I hooked into something large and got to experience a truly epic battle on a kayak. This is one for the memory book. Shout out to Conway Charters for an awesome trip.
We were only 65 miles from the house, the truck was carefully packed with a weekend’s worth of gear and supplies and a pair of papaya yellow Hobie Kayaks were in tow as we closed in on the Myakka Park entrance. The landscape quickly eroded away from interstates and housing developments into small brushy pastures […]family camping, florida camping, hobie kayaks, Kayaking Myakka River, myakka river fishing, snook, where to camp in florida, yeti coolers
Ding Darling Fishing Report: Low Water Redfish With a new friend visiting from out of town, I was put to the task of finding some decent fishing in the backwaters. A combination of cold front, wind and red tide had me a little stumped as to the best spot to launch the kayaks. After a […]ding darling, hobie kayaks, redfish, sanibel