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If you go: Kayak Fishing

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April 23, 2006

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Tournaments and events, and outfitters that offer guided trips and instruction:

Kittery Trading Post Route 1, Kittery, Maine

888-587-6246

www.kitterytradingpost.com

Hosts a Wade, Walk and Paddle-Fishing Rodeo June 23-24 to benefit Stripers Forever, a nonprofit organization dedicated to making the striper a game fish. Kayak-fishing seminars are scheduled the week of May 15, leading up to Kayak Demo Day, May 20.

Charles River Canoe and Kayak 2401 Commonwealth Ave., Newton

617-965-5110

www.paddleboston.com

Clinics May 8 and 16 address how to rig a kayak for fishing and provide general kayak-fishing tips.

King Cove Kayak Center Wequetequock Cove, Stonington, Conn.

860-599-4730; kingcovemarina.com

Hosts the Third Annual Northeast Kayak-Fishing Rodeo June 10-11.

Bent Rod Charters 242 Ocean Ave., Block Island, R.I.

401-524-2235

www.blockislandsportfishing.com

Hosts the Block Island Kayak-Fishing Tournament Sept. 22-24.

Mountain Road Trading Post 68 Mountain Road, Raymond, N.H.

603-895-3501; www.mrtp.net

Hosts its second freshwater kayak-fishing tournament June 25 on Pawtuckaway Lake in Nottingham, N.H.

NewEnglandKayakFishing.com Hosts the 2006 Mass. Bay Striper Shootout Aug. 4-5 on Winter Island in Salem.

Northeast Kayak and Guide Services Stonington, Conn.

413-219-8455; jsparks132@yahoo.com

Run by Jerry Sparks, offers kayak-fishing trips and instruction along the Connecticut and Rhode Island coasts; $135 without rental gear, $190 including kayak and fishing gear, for four hours.

Fin and Feather Lodge 95 Frenchtown Road, East Greenwich, R.I.

401-885-8680, www.finfeatherlodge.com

Offers individual and group lessons ($65 an hour or $150 for three hours for individuals; group lessons vary) and guided trips ($295 for four hours and $450 for six hours).

Goose Hummock Shops Route 6A, Orleans

508-255-0455; www.goose.com

Offers guided kayak-fishing trips and instruction in the Nauset Estuary, Monomoy Flats, Cape Cod Bay, and rivers around Orleans. Four- to six-hour guided trips, with instruction, range from $225-$395 for one person; $75 extra for an additional person, maximum two people.

Seaspray Kayaking 412 State St., Brunswick, Maine

888-349-7772, seaspraykayaking.com

Offers guided kayak-fishing trips with instruction and kayak rental ($75 per person for three hours and $150 for six hours; children half price). Hosts the Maine Saltwater Kayak-Fishing Tournament July 16-17.

Orvis 8 North Market Building, East End

Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Boston

617-742-0288; www.orvis.com

Runs kayak-fishing seminars throughout the year, and begins offering one- to two-day kayak-fishing courses in June.

Seacoast Kayak 210 Ocean Blvd., Seabrook, N.H.

603-474-1025; www.seacoastkayak.com

Kayak-fishing specialists offer a two-hour talk and slid show on kayak-fishing gear and techniques, May 22, 7 p.m.; kayak-fishing talk and a tour of the Seabrook/Hampton Harbor, June 24.

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