Kayaks provide opportunities to explore less pressured waters in your backyard and across the globe. While they allow you to be stealthy and travel light, these attributes also make it harder to document and film adventures with bulky camera gear. *Full gear listing at the bottom.
Wired2Fish staffer McKeon Roberts spends a large portion of the open water season hauling kayaks in and out of remote lakes and rivers filming Wired2Fish videos. McKeon is also a video editor at Wired2Fish and knows what elements are needed to tell a compelling story. He covers the cameras, rigging and power supplies Wired2Fish leverages to film compelling kayak content.
- Old Town Topwater 120 PDL Kayak
- FOR MORE INFO on the Topwater 120 PDL
- Old Town Predator PDL Kayak
- FOR MORE INFO on the Old Town Predator PDL
- Humminbird HELIX 5 CHIRP GPS G2
- Humminbird HELIX 7 CHIRP GPS G3N
- Humminbird 12V DC HELIX Power Cord
- Plano WaterProof StowAway 3741 Deep Box
- Plano Weekender Series Kayak Crate
- Dakota Lithium Powerbox 10, 12V
- Power-Pole Micro Anchor
- Power-Pole Micro Anchor Micro Spike Ultra Light, 8'
- Yakima EasyRider Kayak Trailer
- Frabill Clear Rubber Conservation Net
- Malone WideTrakATB Large Kayak
- Garmin Virb Action Camera