February 15, 2020

KBN 39: Guillermo Gonzalez

Guillermo Gonzalez took some time to discuss the keys to his kayak fishing success all across the country, his hot start in Texas, and preview the upcoming Bass Open Series event on Lake Fork.

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Joshua Boothe and Tyler Cole join the show to discuss the details of the brand new All-American Kayak Bass Classic tournament coming this fall. 

Hobie Bass Open Series Lake Seminole winner Jake Harshman joins the show to break down how he figured out the fish in the first big tournament of the year. 

January 29, 2020

KBN 36: Drew Gregory

Drew Gregory jumped on KBN Live to talk about his new Fantasy Kayak Fishing Game and touch on the state of the competitive tournament scene. 

Steve Owens, Matt Ball, and Cody Prather took some time to discuss the link between the outdoors/kayak fishing and their Christian faith. They share some great insight into the importance of their relationship with God and how it plays a part their kayak bass fishing life and beyond. We also discuss the current climate on social media and share a few ideas about how to handle conflict online more appropriately. 

There are some big plans to help grow a community of anglers on the tournament circuit and beyond that support each other on and off the water. #KayakFishingFellowship 

Chris Payne from Kayak Fishing Quarterly and Payne Outdoors joined us for the first episode of 2020 over on KBN Live. 

The last show of 2019! Ryan and I drop the KBN Power Rankings, reveal the first annual Kayak Bass Nation award winners, and recap our years on a personal level. Thank you all for helping the podcast grow in 2019, 2020 is going to be even bigger and better. 

Mike Iaconelli jumped on KBN Live and this episode was pure gold. He talked kayak fishing, the growth he is witnessing, and shared info on his tournament in the fall of 2020. 

President of the Wild West Bass Trail, Jeremy DeHart,  joins us to discuss the new kayak series coming to the west coast in 2020. 

AJ jumped on with us again to talk about some big improvements to an already solid Hobie Bass Open Series platform. New angler of the year structure, prize packages, and the switch to Tourneyx were all on list of topics. 

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