The topwater bite in June can be truly incredible. The fish’s metabolisms are the highest they’ve been in months, the water temperatures are warm but not exceedingly hot, and the baitfish are typically still shallow. Its a recipe for topwater mayhem! We chose the kayaks for this quick adventure because we can move stealthily through the shallow cover and catch fish that often spook when the bass boat trolling motor is chopping through heavy grass.
Tim’s kayak of choice tonight was the new Topwater 120 PDL. This boat is known for its sturdy platform and ample storage, two things that are very important to Tim. Tim ran into Matt on his Predator PDL, giving them a great chance to compare the boats side by side. If you’re in the market for a new kayak, boat boats are excellent choices!
Below is a breakdown of the baits and gear the guys were using in the video.
– Reaction Innovations Sweet Beaver (Delicious): http://bit.ly/29W3RZW
-Tungsten Weight 1 oz: http://bit.ly/2bo4NZf
-Peg X Stoppers: http://bit.ly/2bHjowk
-Bully Wa 2 Frog (Ghost): http://bit.ly/2axyR2a
-Whopper Plopper 110 (Monkey Butt): http://bit.ly/2bsPbQV
Tim’s Kayak- Old Town Topwater 120 PDL: http://bit.ly/2KGiYf5
Matt’s Kayak- Old Town Predator PDL: http://bit.ly/2WyVQka
Tim’s Whopper Plopper Combo…
Rod- Zodias 7’2″ Medium Heavy: http://bit.ly/2cgmMAe
Reel- Curado 70 HG: http://bit.ly/2apmDJt
Line- 40 lb Power Pro Maxcuatro: http://bit.ly/2clBRiQ
Tim’s Punching Combo…
Rod- Expride 7’11” XH: http://bit.ly/2nTq9FL
Reel- Tranx 200 A: http://bit.ly/2Tv0yCy
Line- 65 lb Power Pro Maxcuatro: http://bit.ly/2clBRiQ