Georgia Kayak Tournament Anglers Deal With High, Muddy Waters

The kayak tournament season has been underway for the past six weeks. Most all the clubs have had two events, so let’s get you all caught up on what’s been happening this season. Jan. 26, Hard Labor Creek Reservoir: Peach State Kayak Anglers (PSKA) held the first event of the kayak tournament season at Hard Labor Creek Reservoir.…

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Part 3: Jason Alford, 2019 Georgia Kayak Bass Fishing Champion

In the third part of our sit down with this year’s Georgia Kayak Bass Fishing State Champion, Jason Alford shares his Day 2 experience on the Chattahoochee River. “We were allowed to launch at 6:30 a.m. It was dark, very dark,” said Jason. “Trying to fish a section of the river I didn’t know in…

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The August Homestretch Kayak Tournament Report

August is the homestretch of the 2019 season for the kayak bass fishing clubs here in Georgia. Two of the four clubs—Chattahoochee Kayak Anglers (CKA) and Peach State Kayak Anglers (PSKA)—wound down their season, while East Central Georgia Kayak Anglers (ECGKA) and Reel Krazy Kayak Tournament Fishing (RKKTF) will both finish up their seasons in…

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Georgia Kayaker Wins National Event

This year, the sport of kayak bass fishing saw a ground-breaking partnership between Fishing League Worldwide (FLW) and Kayak Bass Fishing (KBF), resulting in the inaugural Dee Zee FLW/KBF Cup presented by YakAttack. This historic championship was held Aug. 9-10 in conjunction with the 2019 FLW Cup on Lake Ouachita in Arkansas. When all the…

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July Kayak Fishing Stays Hot

Now that July is in the books, it’s time for your July kayak bass tournament recap for Georgia! Three of the state championship clubs hit the water in July—Reel Krazy Kayak Tournament Fishing (RKKTF), Chattahoochee Kayak Anglers (CKA) and East Central Georgia Kayak Anglers (ECGKA). After two events in June, Peach State Kayak Anglers (PSKA) took…

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June Kayak Tournaments See Quantity Over Quality

June saw the state’s kayak clubs return to some of their favorite waters as the fishing heated up across the state—and over into Alabama. The Ocmulgee, the Coosa, the Flint and Bama’s Lake Guntersville were all trail stops for the anglers vying for a spot in this year’s state championship. Speaking of this year’s championship,…

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May Brings Second Largest Kayak Event In State History

If May had a theme for kayak bass tournament trails here in Georgia, it would have been “Go big or go home.” We kicked off the month with a big three club event. We ended the month with three big stringers of largemouth vying for the win. Just how big? Read on. The tournament month…

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