Information on each and every aspect of life can be found in social media platforms in this modern day and age. Likewise, there are many channels on YouTube which can provide you with tips and guidelines to can help you to improve your time in the water while kayaking. They are of a great help in case you are a beginner. Similarly, if you are experienced, you can improve your kayaking skills from the tutorials on these channels.

Anglers today have an incredible advantage with being able to watch one of the millions of channels on Youtube and learn virtually anything they want as it relates to fishing. There are seemingly endless numbers of fishing videos pertaining to any subject in the fishing world, whether it’s educational or just for entertainment. Several of the anglers have their YouTube channels focused on helping you become a better kayak angler. Here’s a line-up of suggested YouTube channels for you:

Gene Jansen - Flukemaster

Gene Jensen has been helping his subscribers kayak fish successfully since 2008. His YouTube channel flukemaster is loaded with how-to videos for all ages. Since his dad was the one who gave him a deep appreciation for the outdoors and taught him how to fish, Gene is especially committed to helping kids who don’t have someone like that in their lives.

Chad Hoover - Kayak Base Fishing

Chad Hoover says, “In a chaotic world [kayak fishing is going] back to nature, back to the basics, a mental cleanse. You just get to get out there and flush all that stuff that’s built up. It enables me to deal with things better.” Follow Chad Hoover’s channel for lots of advice and tips on doing fishing from a kayak, and see if you agree with his subscribers.

Jameson Redding & Brooks Beaty - Jk Media House

Jameson Redding and Brooks Beatty are two of the kayak anglers behind Jackson Kayak’s YouTube channel, Jackson Kayak. Kayak fishing destination videos for education and inspiration are enjoyed regularly by their subscribers.

Drew Gregory - Hooked on Wild Waters

On his YouTube channel with Hooked on Wild Waters, Drew Gregory takes on product and gear options, conservation, training up the next generation, and more for his subscribers. Watch all five seasons as he gets “anglers pumped up about kayak fishing in the most unique places on the planet. Kayaks can literally go anywhere and catch anything which makes them the perfect tool for accessing these places.”

Chris Funk, The Ferel One

Chris has a more casual approach to his YouTube channel, The Ferel One: “My channel is a way to share some fun adventures and hopefully help some folks along the way. I want to be as real as possible… I am no pro, I buy my own gear, put on my britches one leg at a time and struggle just like everyone else. If you smile or learn a bit, then this channel did its job and I am thankful for that opportunity.” For kayak angling inspiration and lots of tips, visit his channel on YouTube.

Lunkers TV

Robert Terkla and his awesome fishing adventures and other outdoor exploits are followed in an action-packed and entertaining channel, Lunkers TV. From catching many different species you may have never heard of, as well as anything from walleye, catfish, & peacock bass, including hunting and other outdoor adventures can be found in his channel.


Stephen Russell and his wife, Liz, are two people who love fishing and are also the couple behind the famous BamaBass kayak fishing channel. If you love watching someone catch big fish on topwater lures, this is the place to go. From everything you want to know when it comes to largemouth bass, new techniques, and sustainable fishing advice, BamaBass is full of information.

Billdance Fishing

In the world of fishing, one of the most legendary figures is Bill Dance. He rose to fame as a professional angler in the 1980s and has been catching fish on camera for three decades now for his television show and now his Youtube channel as well. He posts a new video every week and his fishing experience is second-to-none. Shows about catching bass, salmon, catfish, carp, and more of his entertaining adventures are shown in Bill’s fishing videos.