Jordan Lee Keeps it Simple (but Effective) With a 10-Foot Kayak - Major League Fishing
Jordan Lee Keeps it Simple (but Effective) With a 10-Foot Kayak
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April 29, 2022 • Bass Pro Tour

Bass Pro Tour pro Jordan Lee is hardly lacking in boat options, but when he’s looking for a low-hassle, fun fishing day on the waters near his home in Northern Alabama, the 2020 Bass Pro Tour Angler of the Year frequently chooses a kayak. We followed Lee as he worked his way around a local lake in his Native Slayer Max Propel 10, which is the most compact full-featured fishing kayak on the rapidly growing kayak market.

Lee’s approach is simple: pitching a chunk of Berkley plastic around obvious cover. The results speak for themselves!