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Whiskey, Beer & Bass Canadian Style
I recently caught up with Yakfisher to discuss some Canadian Whiskey, Beer and Bass Fishing. Here is the result of our discussion.
GFN: Let's start with the important stuff. Favorite Canadian Whiskey and why?
My favorite Canadian Whiskey is Spicebox. It is smooth with a little bite finish.
GFN: Favorite Canadian beer?
Favorite Canadian Beer is Mill Street Organic, flavorful and natural.
GFN: Now that we have that out of the way, lets talk fishing. Why kayak fishing?
I originally started kayaking while recovering from knee replacement surgery. Haven't stopped since. Loving it.
Kayak fishing offers accessibility to good fishing spots not reachable by boat. Glide over weeds. Great for quiet time on the water. Water level fishing action...a total rush.
GFN: Tell us about your Old Town Kayak. What features do you like about it? What features do you wish it had? Would you recommend to it a friend?
Old Town XL is user friendly, super comfortable seat, roomy, very stable, many different rigging options. I would love to see a built in cooler for drinks. Hydration is key out on the water. I would totally recommend this kayak for the fisherman/woman.
GFN: What is the most important accessory that you have for your kayak?
My most important accessory is my cooler. Hydration=longer time on the water.
GFN: What do you consider your home waters?
My home water is Pigeon Lake in the Kawarthas. Great fishing and easy access for launching.
GFN: I would like to make you a travel agent for a moment. Someone wants to come from the United State to kayak bass fish the Kawartha's, which lake do you recommend?
I would recommend fishing the Tri-Lakes. Pigeon, Buckhorn, and Chemong are all linked with no need to pass through the locks. Plenty of water holding many different species.
GFN: I see a lot of Largemouth Bass on your page. Why do you love chasing down Largemouth Bass so much?
Love fishing for Largemouth Bass. Plenty of good size fish. Always willing to bite your lure. Many great spots easily identified..look for the weed beds..lily pads galore.
Thanks Yakfisher for the Whiskey and Beer recommendations as well the travel recommendations. Good luck for the rest of the kayak fishing season. Follow him on Twitter to keep an eye on the results.