We hope our informational guides on kayaking and kayaking gear gives you the enthusiasm to get out there and give it a go. It’s one of our favourite things to do, whether it’s with family, a partner or a group of friends. Kayaking can be as gentle or as rigorous as you like which makes it a pretty versatile outdoor activity.
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There are many types of kayaks available, all of which are designed to meet the specific needs of each activity they’re aimed at. From general recreational kayaks to very specialised kayaks built for anglers or white water racers, there’s something for everyone. Each kayak has a plethora of supporting accessories, this growing section attempts to enlighten you on what’s available to you and how best to use them.
As you would imagine, fishing kayaks are built to very specific criteria, some however, meet these criteria better than others.
We wade through our list of recommendations whilst providing you with snippets of valuable info to help you make an informed choice.
Top Pick: Pescador Pro 10
Once you’ve spent some time exploring in your kayak, you’ll probably look to upgrade your seat. Most kayaks come with very average seats which can be fairly uncomfortable after a period of time.
If this is you and you’re looking to upgrade we’ve got you covered with our guide to kayak seating.