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I participated in a small Kingfish tournament off of Navarre Beach on Saturday.

Although the kings were biting funny with almost everyone reporting multiple short-strikes and failed hook-ups, just about everyone got their two-fish limit of kings.

Kings are a blast in the yaks!
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YUUUUUUUCK!!
YUUUUUCK!!!--EEEWWWW!!!

What the heck ya gonna do wit 'dem mackerel??!!

Dey ain't no good!--Dey ain't got no spaghetti woyms in 'em!

YUUUUCK!!!
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Wait a second...
Where are the Birkenstocks, the Tilley hats and the peace signs?

Did y'all recruit real fishermen to pose with those silly little plastic boats? I thought kayaks were for tree hugging liberals. What gives?

(Just joshing. A throwback to Humberto's recent article.)

Well done Chris. I envy your opportunities. Give me a couple of years and I may join you. Nice pics!
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Yak it up!
Yak fishing is for real and anyone that hasn't done it cannot possibly understand.

In addition to tons of inshore areas, both fresh and salt, I have kayak fished in the Atlantic, the Pacific and the Gulf catching Mahi, Kings, Sharks and many other species. Last year I missed my marlin chance, but a guy in our group had a nice striped marlin in Cabo.

I still have my power boat and fish it regularly, but it doesn't compare to catching anything in the yak.

The guy with the big king did have a rather funny hat, but rest assured all these guys are 'real' fishermen. Thanks for the comments.
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