Here are some pictures showing the trailer we use to deliver our fishing kayaks to clients and trade shows –
Our booth at the Early Bird outdoor show in Bloomsburg got may visitors and a lot of interest. Below are some pictures showing our selection of Wavewalk TM fishing and hunting kayaks for the coming season –
We look forward to seeing you in our booth at the coming Greater Philadelphia Outdoor Expo in Oaks, Pennsylvania, February 26th to March 1st.
We will be showing Wavewalks at the following trade shows:
Jan. 22nd-25th at the Early Bird Outdoor Sports Show, Bloomsburg, PA.
Feb. 26th-Mar. 1st at The Greater Philadelphia Outdoor Expo, Oaks, PA.
We look forward to seeing you!
By Joe Stauder
Hawg Buster Fishing Kayaks
<— This is one of the 15 smallmouth caught on my 10 hour float trip down the Susquehanna
First movie with my new video camera – Standing in my Wavewalk 500 kayak, catching smallmouth bass –
This is a review of the Wavewalk kayak written by our client Peter from New York, who’s a really big guy:
So I have to say from the start I was very excited to discover WaveWalk. I was very close to buying an inflatable pontoon boat to fish the local electric only lakes within 50 miles of NYC where I live. I had a great purchase experience with Joe Stauder out in Pennsylvania but what I didn’t do was sea trial the craft. This was my choice as I met Joe in a mutually agreeable spot halfway across the State.
Now let me say that I am no lightweight. I’m 6’7″ and 280lbs on a good day.
The center of balance on me is not quite where most people are so my maiden voyage was not as easy as most people experience. The boat seemed a bit tippy and unsettled.
The tracking was amazing and the space I had was huge compared to the [12′ brand-name fishing kayak] I came from. The W seating position was awesome and the back pains I normally experience were nonexistent.
I was able to stay on the water much longer in the WaveWalk. I was even able to stand and cast but I have to admit I had some misgivings on the maiden voyage.
One of the mods I had done to my prior Yak was inflatable pop in pontoons and a standup bar. The light bulb went on and I went home and put the pontoon setup on my WaveWalk and it transformed my boat into the standup fishing platform I wanted!
Some of the things I learned along the way were to keep everything low and the C/G as close to the waterline as possible. I scrapped the early version of a milk crate with built in rod holders for sub surface mounted ones and I also upgraded the factory noodles for bigger ones. I’m writing this so that other customers who are of the heavier persuasion are aware of what they too can expect.
My second trip in the WaveWalk was a totally different experience and I found myself standing and casting very comfortably and even stand up paddling. I would not have attempted that the first time. Wind, waves, shallows all easily handled and I can’t wait to get back on the water.
Here are a few pics of my craft and right now I’m working on a dolly to move it around to and from the boat launch more easily.