Kayak fishing Addiction




In the Spotlight:

Captain Linda Cavitt




In the Spotlight; I would like to bring your attention to a fellow captain and kayak guide. Captain Linda Cavitt, and I became friends through Kayak fishing and the Gulf Coast Kayak Fishing Association when her husband won the Grand Prize of a Hobie Revolution for one of the GCKFA spring tournaments. I have fished with them in tournaments, and would highly recommend Capt Linda for anyone seeking a guide for a Kayak fishing adventure.


Here is a little information about Capt. Linda, my number one choice for a kayak fishing guide near Panama City Beach, Florida..

Linda grew up fishing in Northern California. She moved to the Panhandle in her mid twenties and fell in love with Florida’s emerald waters, extensive bayous and beautiful grass flats. She now calls Panama City Beach her home. Linda holds a USCG OUPV/Captains license. She enjoys sharing her passion of kayak fishing with others and introducing people to the sport. She has caught everything from redfish to sailfish from her kayak, is the founder/president of PCKFA, the local kayak club in Panama City Beach, is on Team Hobie & Sunjammers. When not fishing, Linda stays busy reading and writing kayak fishing reports for the panhandle area on fishing forums and sites.

Contact: 850.630.1798 or email: cfishingaddicts@yahoo.com

In the link below Capt. Linda was voted 2011 kayak angler of the year and 2011 Kayak Fishing Guide of the year.




Here is an example of a sailfish being caught and released courtisy of Capt Linda Cavitt from Panama City Beach, Florida (10/24-25/2011).



Sailfish on a SUP, you gotta see this!


Sailfish on a SUP, un-edited version OMG!







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