kayak fishing setup in the spread video
Jul 25, 2016

Kayak Fishing basics and gear

Kayak fishing expert David Posey, of Kayak Fishing Destin, joined In The Spread to share his in-depth knowledge on what you need to know in order to get set up for your kayak fishing adventure. David is long time guide with deep knowledge on all facets of fishing from a kayak. He knows what works and what does not. Learn about the various types of kayaks and the best uses, helpful accessories, how to trim your kayak out for serious fishing and more with In The Spread

You can watch the entire video here http://inthespread.com/kayak.html 

View a brief trailer here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qROYmTOp80c

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