It's late November and the weather has now switched from those mild comfortable October temps to hovering in the 30's. Deer hunting season has come and past as well as waterfowl. The lakes are still open and there's not a soul on em. This is an opportunity I've never taken advantage of, until now. In years past I would have winterized and stored my fishing boat for the season. This has all changed, now that I'm fishing out of a Native Propel drive kayak. The past two fishing outings were probably some of the most memorable I've ever had. Gull Lake in Brainerd was like a sheet of glass. A fresh snowfall painted the most beautiful backdrop I could have asked for. It also helped with sliding the kayak down the shoreline to the waters edge. Fishing has always been more than a leisure activity to me. It's more of a religion. I find a peace on the water that I can't find anywhere else. I guess that's why I love to surf as much as I do. This outing was no exception. I found my peace and a few of Minnesota's prized walleye. Contact me if you are interested in learning more about kayak fishing. For the 2017 season we will be offering guided fishing trips as well as Native Kayak rentals for those looking to learn more about these amazing rigs.