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Where do you put your fish when kayak fishing?

March 27, 2012
Coosa River Spotty

Bass I caught on the Coosa

What’s up guys, Luke here. It’s great catching some awesome bass or cat on a kayak, but the question will soon arise, where do you put the fish when you fish on a kayak? While fun, kayaks do not offer the space that larger fishing boats offer (I know, you’re saying “thank you captain obvious”). I have found out a few different ways that anglers go about doing this:

1. Kayak fish cooler bag

With a fish cooler specifically designed for kayak fishing, you are able to lay it flat on the kayak and even tie it down if you’d like. These bags are insulated with one layer designed for ice packs, and the inner layer designed for the fish. Just catch, and throw them in the cooler, and they will stay fresh.


Seattle Sports Kayak Catch Cooler 20

2. Stringer

Some anglers just hang a stringer off their kayak. What is good about a stringer is you can keep the fish alive in the water while fishing.

Berkley 46-Inch Chain Stringer

3. Strap down a cooler

If you’re not catching huge fish, why not just grab you a small rectangular cooler, fill it with ice and strap it down?


Coleman FlipLid 6 Personal Cooler, Blue

Well, there are 3 simple ways to store fish on a kayak. If you have a way that you prefer, please comment below and let others in on the secret! Thanks!

-Luke

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