2020 Alabama Kayak Fishing Events List

Welcome to the year 2020 and there is a lot in store for anglers looking to fish out of kayaks (and other man-powered craft) in Alabama this year!  We’re glad your here.

Interested in trying out kayak fishing?  The best way is to contact one of the clubs listed below and go meet them.  They may smell.  They may tell lies.  But you’ll have a lot of fun and get great advice on what kayak to buy, what PFD to wear, what paddle to buy, and so on.  Good luck on them telling you a good place to go fishing!  😉

As in years past, Alabama is hosting events from the biggest tournament organizations in kayak fishing to include BASSMASTER, Hobie Bass Open, and Kayak Bass Fishing in addition to several dozen Alabama club events hosted all over the state. There are plenty of events of different skill levels from first-timers to “pros” who travel all over the country to compete.

To get involved, look at the list of events below and then contact the Host Club or Host Organization to learn more about the tournaments. This website only serves to host information; we do not conduct tournaments or collect fees or memberships.  Check with the tournament hosts before committing to fish an event.  We will not update these listings if events are canceled.

FYI: Most club event entry fees are $20 – $50. Most National Organization events are $50 – $400.

NOTE 1:  Please check with BASSMASTER about their membership fees if you wish to fish BASSMASTER events.  Contact a club for more info.  Some clubs may charge their own fees.  KBF also requires membership fees.  All KBF monthly challenges are not going to be recorded.

NOTE 2: Our big year end finale is the annual Alabama Kayak Fishing Classic.  It’s where clubs for all over the state get together and hang out.  It is an OPEN event where first timers are more than welcome to attend.  However, to fish in the CHAMPIONSHIP bracket and to earn the title of “STATE CHAMP” you need to qualify via one of the Alabama clubs. Contact them to get involved.

If you know of an event we are not tracking here, contact Alabama Kayak Anglers on Facebook or email us from this website.

CBY – Chattanooga Bass Yakkers
CCKFT – Coosa Canoe and Kayak Fishing Tournament
CKA – Chattahoochee Kayak Anglers – SE AL/SW GA
CRKA – Coosa River Kayak Anglers – Gadsden area
CKAT – Cullman Kayak Anglers
HBO – Hobie Bass Open
HOW SA – Heroes on the Water South Alabama Chapter
HOW NA – Heroes on the Water North Alabama Chapter
ICKA – Iron City Kayak Anglers – Birmingham
KBF – Kayak Bass Fishing Trail
MBKFA – Mobile Bay Kayak Fishing Association
PSKA – Peach State Kayak Anglers – Georgia
RRKT – Reel Krazy Kayak Tournament Trail – West Georgia
RRKA – River Region Kayak Anglers – Montgomery area
NAKA – North Alabama Kayak Anglers – Huntsville/Decatur
TVKA – Tennessee Valley Kayak Anglers – Chattanooga area
WAKA – West Alabama Kayak Anglers – Florence area

2020 kayak fishing events in Alabama:

  1. 1 Feb – KBF AL Monthly Challenge, Statewide
  2. 8 Feb – CKA, Lake Eufaula
  3. 15 Feb – CKAT, Ingrams
  4. 22 Feb – 2020 NAKA Tackle Swap, Decatur, AL

  5. 29 Feb – ICKA, Logan Martin
  6. 29 Feb – RRKA, Lake Martin (Elkahatchee Creek)
  7. 1 Mar – NAKA Big Bass March
  8. 5 Mar – BASSMASTER Kickoff, Logan Martin, Pell City
  9. 14 Mar – Kayaking for a Cure, Cullman + Surrounding Counties
  10. 14 Mar – TVKA, Lake Guntersville
  11. 21 Mar – NAKA Open, Lake Guntersville

  12. 21-22 Mar – KBF Pro Tour, Pickwick/Wilson/Wheeler Lakes
  13. 28 Mar – CRKA, Logan Martin
  14. 28 Mar – TVKA, RRKT, Lake Guntersville
  15. 28 Mar – RRKA, Lake Jordan (State Ramp)
  16. 1 Apr – NAKA Big Bass April
  17. 2-4 Apr – KBF National Championship, Lake Guntersville
  18. 11 Apr – ICKA, Bibb Lake
  19. 11 Apr – CKAT, Flint Creek
  20. 16 Apr – CRKA, Gadsden Mall, 5PM
  21. 20 Apr – NAKA North Florida Boondoggle, Cape San Blas, FL
  22. 25 Apr – ICKA, Inland Lake
  23. 25 Apr – RRKA, Tallpoosa River (Lower Pond)
  24. 2 May – RKKT, Lake Weiss
  25. 7 May – CRKA, Godfrey’s Marina, 5PM
  26. 9 May – CKAT, Sinking Creek Reservoir
  27. 13 May – RKKT, Coosa River, Gadsden
  28. 16 May – ICKA, Oak Mountain State Park
  29. 16 May – NAKA/CRKA, Weiss Lake
  30. 16 May – MBKFA, Annual Bagwell Event
  31. 16 May – RRKA, Coosa River
  32. 28 May – CRKA, St. Clair County Ramp, 5PM
  33. 13 Jun – ICKA, Smith Lake
  34. 18 Jun – CRKA, Jack L Ray Park, 5:30PM
  35. 18 Jun – RRKA, Swift Creek
  36. 20 Jun – CKAT, Duck River Reservoir
  37. 26 – 28 Jun – MBKFA, Slammageddon
  38. 30 Jun – RRKA, Cooter’s Pond
  39. 27 Jun – NAKA, The Shoals
  40. 1 Jul – NAKA Big Bass July
  41. 9 Jul – CRKA, Tillison Bend, 5:30PM
  42. 18 Jul – ICKA, Walker Lake
  43. 25 Jul – CKAT, Mulberry/Sipsey River Forks
  44. 25 Jul – RKKT, Terrapin Creek
  45. 30 Jul – CRKA, Big Head’s, 5:30PM
  46. 15 Aug – ICKA, Mitchell Lake
  47. 15 Aug – NAKA, River Stop
  48. 22 Aug – CKAT, Smith Lake
  49. 20 Aug – CRKA, Rainbow Landing, 5:30
  50. 27 Aug – RRKA, Swift Creek
  51. 2 Sep – TVKA, PSKA, RKKT, Lake Guntersville
  52. 5 Sep – ICKA, Lay Lake
  53. 5 Sep – CRKA, Neely Henry Open, Safelight
  54. 5 Sep – RRKA, Tallapoosa River, Middle Pond
  55. 12 Sep – CKAT, Inland Lake
  56. 12 Sep – NAKA Classic, TBD
  57. 12 Sep – KBF Regional Final, Lake Wheeler
  58. 26 Sep – Alabama Kayak Fishing Classic, TBD

  59. 3-4 Oct – Hobie Bass Open, Coosa River Chain
  60. 3 Oct – MBKFA, Annual Five Rivers
  61. 10 Oct – RRKA, Lake Mitchell (State Ramp)
  62. 17 Oct – CKAT Classic
  63. 24 – 25 Oct – KBF Southeast, Pickwick/Wheeler/Wilson

2019 Alabama Kayak Fishing Tournaments List

Welcome to 2019!  Below is a listing of kayak fishing tournaments held in Alabama this year.  These tournaments are hosted by various independant clubs and organizations from both in and outside the state.  Like in years past, the highlight and grand finale of the year will be the Alabama Kayak Fishing Classic to be held late in the year and hosted by the kayak fishing club of Alabama.

We are thrilled to see two major national tournaments enter our state this year:  The Hobie Bass Open and Native’s Tournament of Titans with 2-time Bassmaster Classic winner Jordan Lee..

Feel free to contact us to add your events and details to our listings.

If you are interested in participating in the 2019 Alabama Kayak Fishing Classic as a sponsor, host club, or other, please contact us.

Always check the host organization’s websites for last minute event details and weather updates!

Awaiting input from:  West Alabama Kayak Anglers

Be sure to follow us at instagram.com/alabamakayakanglers and facebook.com/alabamakayakanglers!

  1. Feb 1-3 – MBKFA Winter Speck-tacular
  2. Feb 9 – MBKFA February Fishout Sheepshead, Alabama waters
  3. Feb 16 – NAKA Tackle Swap – Decatur
  4. Feb 16 – Cullman Kayak Anglers – Ingrams
  5. Feb 16 – Chattahoochee Kayak Anglers – West Point, GA
  6. Feb 23 – RRKA – Lake Martin, Elkahatchee Creek Ramp
  7. March – NAKA Big Bass March
  8. Mar 9 – MBKFA March Fishout Heaviest In-Shore Slam, Delta Port Maria, Coden, AL
  9. Mar 9 – RRKA, Lake Jordan, State Ramp
  10. Mar 16 – Cullman Kayak Anglers – Duck River
  11. Mar 16 – Chattahoochee Kayak Anglers – Eufala
  12. Mar 23 – ICKA, Warrior River
  13. Mar 23 – TVKA, Lake Guntersville, Goose Pond Check-in
    (This event was originally scheduled for March 9th)
  14. Mar 30 – NAKA – The Open, Cullman
  15. Apr – NAKA Big Bream
  16. Apr 6 – ICKA, Iron Mountain Throwdown / Tackle Swap
  17. Apr 13 – Cullman Kayak Anglers – Guntersville
  18. Apr 13 – MBKFA April Fishout 3 Trout String, Alabama waters
  19. Apr 13 – Reel Krazy, Lake Weiss
  20. Apr 13 – RRKA, Tallapoosa River, Lake Tallapoosa Ramp
  21. Apr 18 – CRKA, Gadsden Mall, 5pm
  22. Apr 20 – Chattahoochee Kayak Anglers – Chattahoochee Bend
  23. Apr 20 – CRKA, Weiss Open, Weiss Lake
  24. Apr 20 – ICKA, Lay Lake
  25. Apr 27 – TVKA/Kayak Bass Fishing Trail – Lake Guntersville
  26. Apr 27 – NAKA Youth Trail – Madison Co Lake, Huntsville
  27. May – NAKA Big Bass May 
  28. May 4 – Major League Fishing, Teach a Child to Fish, Cullman
  29. May 4 – NAKA Trail – Lake Guntersville
  30. May 4 – RRKA, Coosa River
  31. May 9 – CRKA, Godfrey’s 5pm
  32. May 11 – MBKFA May Fishout, Heaviest Trout, Little Lagoon, Gulf Shores
  33. May 18 – Cullman Kayak Anglers – Smith Lake
  34. May 18 – Chattahoochee Kayak Anglers – West Point, GA
  35. May 18 – ICKA Throwdown, TBD location
  36. May 18 – NAKA, Kayak Bowfishing, Mud Creek Outdoors
  37. May 25 – NAKA – Kayak Demo Day, Riverwalk Marina, Decatur
  38. May 26 – MBKFA 13th Annual Bagwell Tournament, TBD
  39. May 30 – CRKA, Big Head’s 5 PM
  40. June 1 – TVKA/Reel Krazy, Lake Guntersville
  41. June 6 – RRKA, Swift Creek
  42. June 8 – MBKFA June Fishout, Heaviest 3 Slot Redfish, Alabama waters
  43. June 8 – ICKA/CRKA, Logan Martin Open, TBD
  44. June 15 – NAKA Youth Trail – Cypress Creek – Florence
  45. June 15 – Chattahoochee Kayak Anglers – Coosa River, Wetumpka
  46. June 20 – CRKA, Rainbow Landing, 5:30 PM
  47. June 21-23 – MBKFA – 4th Annual Slammageddon, TBD, Alabama waters
  48. June 22 – Cullman Kayak Anglers – Catoma Lake
  49. June 29 – NAKA Trail – The Shoals (*corrected date*)
  50. July – NAKA Big Bass July
  51. July 11 – CRKA, Tillison Bend, 5:30 PM
  52. July 11 – RRKA, Cooter’s Pond
  53. July 13 – MBKFA July Fishout, Heaviest In-Shore Slam, Alabama waters
  54. July 13, 14 – Reel Krazy, Neely Henry
  55. July 13 – ICKA, Inland Lake
  56. July 20 – Chattahoochee Kayak Anglers – West Point, GA
  57. July 27 – Cullman Kayak Anglers – Duck River
  58. Aug 1 – CRKA, I-759/Jack L. Ray Park, 5:30 PM
  59. Aug 10 – NAKA Yout Trail – Finale on the Flint, Huntsville
  60. Aug 10 – MBKFA August Fishout, Heaviest 2 trout, 1 redfish stringer, Dauphin Island, Alabama
  61. Aug 17 – Cullman Kayak Anglers – Lake Wheeler
  62. Aug 17 – RRKA, Lake Jordan, Mitchell Dam
  63. Aug 17 – SPRO Frog Kayak Tournament, Guntersville State Park
  64. Aug 22 – CRKA, St. Clair Co. Ramp, 5:30 PM
  65. Aug 24 – NAKA Trail – Lake Wheeler
  66. Aug 24 – ICKA, Throwdown, location TBD
  67. Sep – ICKA Month Long Big Bass
  68. Sep X – ICKA Davis Baits Tournament, Date TBD
  69. Sep 7 – Kayak Bass Fishing Trail – Lake Wheeler
  70. Sep 12, CRKA, Rainbow Landing, 5 PM
  71. Sep 12, RRKA, Swift Creek
  72. Sep 14 -MBKFA September Fishout, Heaviest 2 trout, 1 redfish stringer, Alabama water
  73. Sep 21 – NAKA Trail – The Classic
  74. Sep 21, 22 – Hobie Bass Open – Lake Guntersville, Goose Pond, Scottsboro
  75. Sep 21 – Chattahoochee Kayak Anglers – West Point, GA
  76. Sep 29 – Cullman Kayak Anglers – Lake Guntersville
  77. Oct – NAKA Big Bass October
  78. Oct 3 – CRKA, I-759/Jack L. Ray Park, 5 PM
  79. Oct 5 – Native Watercraft’s Tournament of Titans with 2-Time Bassmaster Classic Champ Jordan Lee, Lake Guntersville
  80. Oct 5 – CRKA, Neely Henry Open
  81. Oct 5 – RRKA, Lake Mitchell, Higgins Ferry
  82. Oct 12 – MBKFA – Heaviest 3 redfish stringer, Alabama waters
  83. Oct 26 – Cullman Kayak Anglers – Ingrams
  84. Oct 26 – MBKFA 13th Annual 5 Rivers Tournament, Alabama waters
  85. Oct TBD – Alabama Kayak Fishing Classic – TBD, ICKA/NAKA/CRKA/Cullman/TBD

  86. Nov 16 – MBKFA November Fishout – Heaviest 4 of flounder, red, trout, Riviera Du Chien, AL
  87. Dec – NAKA Big Winter

CBY – Chattanooga Bass Yakkers
CCKFT – Coosa Canoe and Kayak Fishing Tournament
CKA – Chattahoochee Kayak Anglers – SE AL/SW GA
CRKA – Coosa River Kayak Anglers – Gadsden area
CKAT – Cullman Kayak Anglers
HBO – Hobie Bass Open
HOW SA – Heroes on the Water South Alabama Chapter
HOW NA – Heroes on the Water North Alabama Chapter
ICKA – Iron City Kayak Anglers – Birmingham
KBF – Kayak Bass Fishing Trail
MBKFA – Mobile Bay Kayak Fishing Association
PSKA – Peach State Kayak Anglers – Georgia
RRKT – Reel Krazy Kayak Tournament Trail – West Georgia
RRKA – River Region Kayak Anglers – Montgomery area
NAKA – North Alabama Kayak Anglers – Huntsville/Decatur
TVKA – Tennessee Valley Kayak Anglers – Chattanooga area
WAKA – West Alabama Kayak Anglers – Florence area

“Pretty awesome to look at one page an see all tournaments in one spot!” – Adam Overton

Lancy Coley wins Alabama Kayak Fishing Classic

Lance Coley wins the 2018 Alabama Kayak Fishing Classic

(Wetumpka, AL) Lance Coley is your 2018 Alabama State Champion after posting an 58.00 inch three-fish stringer at the Alabama Kayak Fishing Classic held at the Coosa Outdoor Center in Wetumpka, Alabama. Coley, a prolific river fisherman, is no stranger to the Coosa and once again put up another impressive performance with three Alabama bass measuring 19.00, 19.50, and 19.50 inches. Coley won $540 for his solid finish. Congrats!

After Coley, a three-way tie ensued for second through fourth place with all anglers posting stringers of 52.25 inches. Anthony George took second place with his tie breaking 19.00 fish which netted him $250.Sloan Finnerty placed third ($110) with his 18.50 fish and Matt Delaplaneplaced fourth ($60) with his 17.75 bass.

The NuCanoe Flint fishing kayak was awarded to Jeremy Bowling. The kayak was to be given to the angler who scored the longest black bass. Bowling scored a monster 21.50” Alabama bass. Bowling finished in fifth place with a total of 51.75 inches.

The Classic’s Open Division was won by Eric Atkins. Atkins had a 47.75 inch stringer anchored by a 17.25 inch stringer which won him $260. “I spent two hours fishing around the dam with nothing but a 15” bass. I needed a change of scenery” said Atkins. “I caught all my scoring fish on a River2Sea Whopper Plopper at various places on the float.” Scott Arnold scored a 46.25 inch stringer and won $130. Chattahoochee Kayak Angler (CKA) Jamie Dabbs finished third with a 45.25” stringer. CKA angler Nick Dyer hooked up with a 15.25 spot on a large topwater spook just before the takeout to finish in fourth place.

A first this year, Jordan Lake was open to competitors. Reports from the lake were bleak. Several anglers reported challenging fishing conditions to include massive white caps and rolling waves. A steady north-to-south wind was persistent throughout the day and the orientation of the lake made for unfriendly boating conditions.

Few anglers went home empty-handed thanks to our wondering sponsors. Topping the list was, of course, the new NuCanoe Flint from NuCanoe. NRS Fishing provided NRS Chinook PFDs and the Pilot Knifes along with a pair of NRS Crush shoes. Anchor Wizard provided a kayak anchoring system and apparel. Bending BranchesOrion CoolersNocqua Adventure Gear, and YakAttack added several more hundred dollars’ worth of gear which was all given away in random drawing. Big Wills Outfitters sponsored this year’s trophies for the Championship and Open Divisions.

Dennis Jay Jones Jr. proved to be a master of wieners cooking a personal best 96 hotdogs for the hungry field. “It’s just what I do. I cook good food and look good doing it” said Jones. Jones caught the longest fish off the day after wrestling with a four-foot longnose gar. He also caught the longest night of sleep after getting started fishing around 10:30 in the morning.

Lunch (with cake!), campgrounds, and amazing hospitality were once again provided by the gracious Coosa Outdoor Center. “Lonnie and Karen are just amazing people” said Josh Tidwell. “We enjoyed everyone and extend an invitation to each participant to visit us again soon” said Karen Newton.

“Me and Charlotte Smallwood had a great time hanging out with an awesome group yesterday!” said Jamie Dabbs. “The Coosa Outdoor Center is the perfect place to have such an event! Food was great! We will definitely be coming back!”

Brandon Ellis of the Iron City Kayak Anglers served as the Tournament Director for this year’s event. He hosted captain’s meetings on Friday night at 6PM and Saturday morning at 5AM while also scoring all the fish submitted by 4:30PM on Saturday.

Like last year, this year’s event was co-hosted by the kayak fishing clubs of Alabama. The North Alabama Kayak Anglers, Coosa River Kayak Anglers, and Iron City Kayak Anglers each sent 10 anglers to compete in the Championship division. Anglers representing Montgomery-area River Region Kayak Anglers and Chattahoochee Kayak Anglers were also in the Open field. Anglers from each of the clubs present gave a quick note on what to expect from each club in 2019.

Clubs and organizations in Alabama wishing to participate in the 2019 Alabama Kayak Fishing Classic should contact the Alabama Kayak Anglers on Facebook to be included in the event planning for 2019. The location and date of the 2019 event is to be determined.

The kayak fishing anglers of Alabama wish to thank:
Bending Branches
NRS Fishing
Anchor Wizard
Orion Coolers
Big Will’s Outfitters
Coosa Outdoor Center


2018 Alabama Kayak Fishing Classic Registration Underway

It’s back. Let’s have another fun time hanging out and fishing along the banks of the Coosa River in Wetumpka, Alabama including camping and socializing at the Coosa Outdoor Center on the weekend of October 27th, 2018.

Please register here:

This year, you could win a brand new NuCanoe Flint!  Thanks NuCanoe!

This event is a year-end grand finale co-hosted by the kayak fishing clubs of Alabama: Coosa River Kayak AnglersIron City Kayak AnglersNorth Alabama Kayak Anglers, and the Coosa Riverkeeper.

Camp out on the Coosa River with us prior to and after the event.  You will be treated to some of the most scenic water in Alabama and if that’s not enough, you have a shot to win a NuCanoe Flint fishing kayak as well as great gear from Bending Branches paddles, YakAttackAnchor Wizard, PFDs from NRS Fishing, a Pro Power kit from Nocqua Adventure Gear, swag from Big Wills Outfitters and more.

Here’s a look at how it went down last year:


New Montgomery Club Announced Trail

A new Montgomery-based kayak fishing club has announced a 2018 kayak fishing trail. The River Region Kayak Anglers will host six events in the bottom half of the state.

This club fills a void that has been around one of Alabama’s most populated metropolitan area.  There is also plenty of great and diverse kayak waters in this region.

River Region Kayak Anglers 2018 Schedule

Thursday – March 15 – Jackson Lake – 5 PM start
Saturday – April 14 – Coosa River
Thursday – May 10 – Cooter’s Pond – 5 PM start
Thursday –  June 15 – Swift Creek – 5 PM start
Thursday – August 23 – Gunter Hill – 5 PM start
Saturday – September 15 – Lake Jordan


River Region Kayak Anglers 2018 schedule

NAKA Starts Youth Trail. April 7th First Event.

The North Alabama Kayak Anglers have started a kayak fishing trail for youth.  The trail is built to allow anglers 16 years of age and younger to fish in a competitive environment.  The youth anglers will work towards winning cash and fishing gear throughout the year.

YakAttack, NRS, Duckett Fishing, and 412 Bait Company are just a few of the companies sponsoring this year’s trail.

The first event of the youth trail starts on April 7th at Forrest Ingram Lake.  Click the links below to learn more about the events.

The Three Event NAKA Youth Trail:

April 7 – NAKA Youth Trail Open  Forrest Ingram Lake · Cullman
July 14 – NAKA Youth Trail – Cypress Cypress Creek · Florence
Sep 8 – NAKA Youth Trail “Finale on the Flint”  Flint River · Huntsville


TVKA Guntersville Results

The Tennessee Valley Kayak Anglers, a kayak fishing club from the Chattanooga area, held an event on Lake Guntersville this past weekend.  We show it as the first kayak bass fishing event of 2018 in Alabama.   So, 2018 is underway.

Garrett Campbell’s big bass

And the TVKA anglers caught some fish.  13 of the 33 anglers caught more than 50-inches on their three fish stringer.  Garrett Campbell won the event with a 59-inch three-fish stringer which included a 23.25-inch long largemouth bass.

Bubba Jones with a 7.2-pound personal best bass

Bubba Jones was the top angler from Alabama placing in third place with 57.25-inches anchored by a 22.75-inch seven-pounder, a personal best.  At least five 20-inch fish were caught in the event.  Maybe Guntersville is on the upswing?

TVKA #3 Guntersville Payouts:
1. Garrett Campbell (Now known as Big Bank Hank) 59″ $412
2. Adam Gorrell 57.5″ $247
3. Bubba Jones 57.25″ $165
Biggest Bass Hog Farmer Bait Company Winner: Garrett Campbell $155

Full Results from the event:

TVKA #3 Guntersville ResultsCheck out more kayak fishing tournaments and events in Alabama on our tracker.

West Alabama Kayak Anglers announce 2018 schedule

The West Alabama Kayak Anglers have announced their 2018 kayak fishing tournament schedule via their Facebook Group page.  WAKA will hold six events in western north Alabama as well as a Classic.  See below.

March 3rd- Pickwick Lake
April 14th- Wilson Lake
May 12th- Cedar Lake 
June 9th- Pickwick Lake
July 7th- Wilson Lake
August 4th- Wheeler Lake
September 15th- Classic TBD

We are now tracking over 60 kayak fishing events in Alabama for the 2018 year.  Wow.

New Podcast: Shoals Kayak Fishing Podcast

The Shoals Kayak Fishing Podcast has launched and host Silas McGee has already published five episodes.  Each episode is about 20 to 25 minutes long.  So far each episode covers general kayak fishing topics.

Episode 5 was published this morning and features an interview with Greg Massa, a prolific kayak angler in North Alabama and board member of the North Alabama Kayak Anglers.

This week’s episode also covers the Hooper Rule – the name for a rule that bans the mentioning of delicate waters in an attempt to prevent people from harvesting fish from sensitive fishing spots.  To learn more about this legendary and arguably controversial rule, give Episode 5 a listen.

NAKA Tackle Swap This Saturday

The North Alabama Kayak Anglers are holding their annual winter Tackle Swap at noon this Saturday, February 10th, 2018, at the Priceville High School gymnasium.

The event will have dozens of anglers selling new and used gear.  There will also be representation from local clubs and organizations such as the Tennessee Valley Fly Fishers and Floating Features Kayak Fishing School.

This is great time to pick up new accessories for your kayak, trailer, and garage.

Event details and a preview of some items for sale can be found here:




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