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Viking Kayak Fishing
6:21PM 20th Sep 15

Livey pod prototype testing Livey pod prototype testing

As seen on Big Angry Fish TV Sunday 20 Sept  | Season 4 Ep9 | Getting Towed!
Milan and Nathan have been putting the new Livey Pod concept to the test in the Profish Reload kayak, chasing hard fighting yellowtail kingfish. In this blog we share a little more on the prototype concept as tested by Stephen Tapp

The Livey Pod top side when sat in a Profish Reload cockpit
Viking Livey Pod prototype as tested by Stephen Tapp
The Twin Livey Tackle Pod allows me to easily… more
1:50AM 20th Aug 15

IFISH TV get set to take on Viking Kayaks IFISH TV get set to take on Viking Kayaks

This week the team at our Queensland Sunshine Coast showroom finished rigging the Profish Reload & Profish GT ready for Paul Worsteling to use on the very popular IFISH TV Show. In this blog we will give you a sneak preview of the kayaks and ow we have rigged them for Paul to enjoy some of the best kayak fishing experiences in the Viking Kayaks


Profish Reload -Premium Fishing Kayak : Fast, stable, and easy to manage on and off the water, this is the kayak of choice for anglers seeking touring endurance… more
1:23AM 2nd Apr 15

Hot Kayak Fishing Tuna Action Hot Kayak Fishing Tuna Action

Paddle leashes are great bits of gear when things work against you, in this case saving this outfit from heading to the bottom – just be sure you don’t overreach yourself trying to make the save!
Recently I had another hot tuna session off Taranaki successfully boating multiple albacore as reward for the days paddling effort. To add spice on light tackle I even managed to entice a few small kings with trolled lures. At around a meter long they were definitely in another league as their sheer brute power… more
2:12PM 10th Feb 15

Kayak fishing light tackle - setting up to go light Kayak fishing light tackle - setting up to go light

Kingfish of any size can be a handful, but even a modest fish such as this light tackle specimen captured in just a few meters of water behind the breakers will stick in your mind for a long time.
One of the real joys of fishing from kayaks is the ease with which we end up on a “Nantucket sleigh ride”. Even a modest sized fish can have us moving against the wind, while larger fish can end up totally relocating us before the battle is done. This adds a dimension not experienced in larger craft as not only… more
2:17AM 13th Dec 14

Deep water kayak fishing.. Deep water kayak fishing..

It’s not always about the glamour species, the humble gemfish on lighter line is fun and makes great table fare
Into the deep
My calendar at this time of the year normally has as many weekends as possible blocked out in anticipation of the snapper run. Light tackle is tuned and grab bags made ready to make the most of any weather window to hit Bream Bay, the Bay of Islands, or Doubtless Bay. The lure of having large fit snapper dragging rod tips deep into the water beside the kayak usually has me thinking of… more