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Massachusetts Fishing Dock Talk
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Since I have been doing this blog, I am constantly impressed with the knowledge of my fellow fishermen in the Northeast. I reached out to Massachusetts fisherman, Nick G. This interview lays out Nick's take on kayak fishing in Massachusetts as well as a review of the Wilderness System Ride 115x Max.
GFN: You are a Massachusetts kayak bass fisherman. Why do you enjoy kayak fishing?
I grew up in Western MA in a small town, Adams, in the middle of nowhere. I spent a lot of time out in the woods and just in nature in general, mainly trout fishing in rivers and brooks. After moving to Waltham, Massachusetts I had to keep connected to my roots and the best way to accomplish that with less wood and river access was grab a kayak and throw it in the Charles River. That's when I got hooked.
GFN: What kayak are you fishing out of?
I just got a new Wilderness Systems Ride 115x Max at the beginning of this season, but prior to that I was on a Field & Stream Eagle Talon 12' which is a great sit on top for anyone starting out, can't quite stand on it, I can't anyway, but a great fishing kayak for a good price to get you onto the water.