Fishing Kayaks for Father's Day

Fishing Kayaks for Father's Day

Fishing Kayaks for Father's Day

Father's Day is almost here.  If you’re like me, you are always rushing around trying to figure out what to do for Dad at the last minute.  For years I always based my Father’s Day gifts on two things, fish and sports.  My dad either gets the latest “Jets” (don’t hold it against him) football team sweatshirt or a nice wooden fish decoration to hang on the wall.  Since these were always my dad’s favorite activities, this always seemed like the best route, until he ran out of wall space for all those wooden fish decorations.044B7110.JPG

I’m sure I’m not the only one at there who has a dad that loves fishing.  I mean loves it.  You know, the dad who gets up at 4am so he can get out on the water .  The dad who has more fishing rods than pairs of pants.  Instead of adding to the shiny collections of rods, or in my case, fish that hang on the wall, why not get dad something he can use for fishing that he doesn’t already have?  A boat! No, not a motor boat.  Those are entirely too expensive!  The best way to get out fishing without all the expensive boating equipment and repairs is to get dad into kayak fishing.  He’ll be able to paddle into small coves and navigate smaller waterways that wouldn’t be possible by foot or by motorboat.  He can sneak into places other fisherman won’t be able to get to!  You’re not only giving him a way to fish, you give him a way to adventure, explore, and relax!   If you want to accompany dad while he trolls for fish, we even offer a tandem fishing model.  So if you were looking for that father and son or father and daughter get away, here it is!  Dad gets double the fun, a kayak and a day spent with his most cherished thing in the world, his children!
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We offer several fishing kayaks to fit the needs of many different fisherman, and many different families.  Our fishing kayaks come equipped with flush rod holders, spinning rod holders, and tons of storage for tackle boxes, extras, and buckets. 

Head over to our kayak area to see more information about the perfect Father’s Day Gift!

Candace

Candace

Candace_Weaver0006w.jpgName- Candace


Position at Lifetime Products- Watersports Marketing Manager for Lifetime and Emotion brand kayaks

How long at Lifetime Products- Since January 2012!  I came as a packaged deal with the acquisition of Emotion Kayaks where I’d been for over a year.


Topics I blog about- Events and news in water sports, places to kayak, and enjoying the outdoors with friends and family.

My favorite products from Lifetime- Any of the Kayaks and paddleboards.  One of these days I’ll get my hands on a Fold-up Trailer and a Camp and Tailgate Table!

On a Saturday afternoon you can find me- This question will always depend on the season!  When the weather outside is frightful, you can find me at one of the nearby ski resort enjoying the fresh snow and crisp air or snowshoeing through the mountains.  Once the sun is shinning and the birds are chirping, my Saturdays are spent outdoors hiking, backpacking, biking, paddle boarding or my most favorite activity of all, kayaking!  All while enjoying the company of good friends of course!

My favorite escape- Anything whitewater, whether it be kayaking or rafting.  A more relaxing escape would be taking my camera out into the wilderness to photograph everything from wildlife to serene landscapes.

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