Things to include in every kayak fishing hobie. Security tools and techniques used in fishing usually have the same elements that are used when using fishing boats in general. The difference is how the tools are set-up, how each piece of equipment is adapted for a small space inside the kayak and how each activity is done in a very limited space.
Crucial tools for safety over kayak additional life vest that existed at the time there is being on the kayak, a safety buoy that can be removed and tied anywhere, a sharpened dagger and plier fishing that should always be able to reach Hand, flashlight Or any lighting source, the straps that are touched on oars and fishing gear, and first aid kit
If fishing in a somewhat remote location the compass and communication tools also become the goods. Anglers are required to carry landing gear such as gripper lips and nets or ganco to be able to fish over the kayak. For used fishing rods, Daiwa class 3500 spinning reels, Shimano class 5000-6000, or conventional type reels with full size with 12-40lbs braid or monofilament yarns are sufficient for almost any fishing situation.
Another case if the angler is targeting big fish that require anglers to wear a stronger gear. Rod holder in kayaks and tackle boxes that can float on water is also highly recommended. If you do not want to fish by way of drifting or when the waves and currents are rather large, small anchors are usually in use by anglers. Casting net and live feed containers are also essential tools for fishing with live bait.
For the convenience and effectiveness of fishing like the usual anglers add other accessories in their kayak. Not infrequently anglers install a small trolling motor in the back kayak them in order to circle the larger area. GPS and fishfinder are also often installed in the kayak, especially if the angler likes to do this activity in the waters are quite extensive and deep. Sometimes polaroid sunglasses and binoculars can be the most effective helper to see boiling fish.