Posts Tagged ‘Howard McKim’

Howard McKim


A talented angler who moved from sunny San Diego to the wilds of Alaska, Howard McKim is living what many paddlers consider to be the quintessential dream. The forty-ninth state’s first kayak angling guide, Howard has lead many clients through once-in-a-lifetime adventures, and continues to do so with his eco-tourism business. Howard has to his [...]

Allen Bushnell


Allen Bushnell is a man of many titles – guide, writer, tournament organizer, editor – but he is best described by the moniker of ambassador.  A passionate promoter of the sport, Allen can often be found leading kayak angling workshops and seminars at retail locations and sportsman’s expos.  As a member of 2007′s expedition to [...]

Mark Veary

T-Bay Coho by Bryce Molenkamp

Mark Veary is an Oahu-born angler now living in Oregon.  A man of many titles, including engineer, author, surfer, inspiring father, and accomplished fisherman, Mark manages to exude a quiet, almost mystical stoke for the sport.  Though firmly self-rooted on the later side of the kayak/angler dichotomy, Mark has the willingness and ability necessary to paddle a small boat amongst some of the [...]