James Town


I went out on my prowler 15 Saturday, June 14th to see if I could get some nice bass. The day started real windy when I arrived at my first spot and anchored my kayak.  I put on my fins, grabbed my gun and jumped in the water. The visibility was about 3 to 4 feet.  After a few dives, I saw some small bass but nothing that was legal to shoot.  I figured I would do a couple more dives before the winds pick up. I took my second dive and shot a nice scup.  I dove again in search of more scup but they were gone and I did not see any more fish to shoot.  I decided to head back north to another location where I could hide from the strong winds and choppy waters.  I anchored and dove for about 45 minutes and shot my second scup.  After the winds died down, I decided to keep heading north along the shore looking for bass. After about 3 different dive spots looking for bass and not seeing any, I decided to dive one more spot and if I did not see any bass there I would head back to shore and call it a day. At the last spot on my 3rd dive I shot a nice 18 pound bass. After that catch I rapped it up and headed home.  At least I had a nice dinner that night and had a great time as well. Till next time.

Kayaks Used

Prowler Series

One of the most popular angler kayaks on the market, the Prowler 13 combines performance with features. A large bow hatch, an oversized tank well and several places to mount fishing gear, the Prowler 13 was designed to produce results. Read More