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Viking Kayak Fishing
2:48PM 1st Jun 18

Getting out on the water feels primal. I’m only a year into kayak fishing and with every journey out into the ocean I grow a deeper understanding and a connection to its powerful life force. Just like me, the inhabitants of the ocean are all looking for their next meal. Using the food chain to target the Mighty King has seen some good mid-morning catches this March.
Up until recently I hadn’t exclusively fished my local spots for Kingfish using live bait. Over the summer I pulled one into the yak from the… more
1:11AM 22nd Mar 18

Nothing beats that feeling of heading on the road for a few days away fishing and camping, Viking paddlers Jamie & Liam live for adventure on the weekends after a busy work week. In this recent report they share one of those adventures and how the Profish GT kayaks  are making it even better since upgrading late last year. Get away and spend time getting the work play balance right this Easter weekend #beaviking
Recently we decided to load up our kayaks and head north of Brisbane to the Mary Valley for a 3… more
8:23AM 12th Mar 18
Entries for this fantastic, fun competition are open to the first 250 people, here is the link to the entery form more
11:34AM 25th May 17

Congratulations to our eight Viking 2+1 Kayak Package Winners!
Brian Tong, Paul Scotting, Richard Morris, Terri James, Phillip Clarkes, Tim Marlow, Ursula, Ile Halliday
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2:15AM 20th May 17

This blog post we revisit some of the timeless snapper kayak fishing how to articles written by Stephen Tapp, from choosing the right bait to using berley and more. These articles are full of many many years worth of knowledge from Stephen  who knows snapper fishing from a kayak in th ewinter like few others. Winter kayak fishing cn produce some amaizing catches, you just need to know how..please be sure to share this around and send us your feedback to our Facebook page HERE 
A taste of the awesome snapper… more
5:31PM 19th Apr 17

The simplicity of live baits
This kayak fishing report from Stephen Tapp and Milan from Big Angry Fish, covers the simple and effective technique of live bait fishing for kingfish from the Kayaks and how the Viking Profish tackle pod system can help you land the fish your targeting.  
As with all great fishing stories it all begins with a short notice phone call from a mate…
Milan “want to target some kings tomorrow?” -  ..no reply needed,  mad scramble to assemble the Profish Reload… more
5:46PM 25th May 16

This session we are joined by a crew from That Fishing Shop in Brisbane for an early morning kayak fishing session at Mudjimba. Check out the video below and read Richards report, its very entertaining :-) 
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10:40PM 17th May 16

Trip report from sales manager Jason - First Longtail Tuna from the kayak – After many hours on the water last season trying to land a Northern Bluefin (Longtail Tuna) with no success I finally landed one this season. Thanks to a culmination of those hours on the water and advice from other Sunshine Coast anglers my first attempt this season ended up with a 9kg Longtail on the line.

Here’s the report, full video below also.

Maroochydore was boiling with Tuna so even though it was blowing 15knots… more
11:35PM 11th May 16

Raymarine Dragonfly Pro sounders have a new transducer with the cable emerging from the front. This increases length significantly but our standard mounting kit allows it to fit the Profish Reload and GT. The secret: don't lock the Raymarine sliding mount fully forward. Allowing the transducer to slide on its mount lets it locate in the socket in the Tackle Pod, the tight fit ensures it doesn't move in use. Read on for more instruction

The new Raymarine Dragonfly Pro series sounders will fit the Reload and GT Tackle… more
2:26AM 18th Apr 16

“How to get back on your kayak” a question we get asked all the time by first time kayak buyers. This guide is a brief run through how to get back on your kayak if you fall off. Anyone can do this and all you need is practice.

Righting the kayak
If your kayak is upside down these are the steps to take to right it, there are 2 ways you can do this. Push Pull & Body Weight momentum.
With either technique, to avoid tangles and injury make sure all leashes, ropes fishing hooks etc are identified and… more