Email me at jason@geek-fish.com

This Site

YoungJasonBassI grew up fishing the lakes of northern Indiana, but long ago moved to central Indiana for school and employment. I’ve been ready to get back on the water and enjoy the thrill of fishing once again.

After spending much time shopping for a decent, inexpensive boat, the prospect of this purchase becoming a money pit in repairs, registration, and plates really began to turn me off. So, I started doing some research on kayak fishing, having been made aware of it by a former coworker who flyfishes from his kayak in New York.

As I read more and consumed many videos on Youtube, this really started to appeal to me. I looked at it as a lower-cost way to start fishing again. Additionally, I looked forward to incorporating some exercise, the “primitive” aspect, the ability to access waters that may not receive much pressure from other fisherman, and the awesome “hackability” of the kayak and DIY accessories.

Geek-fish.com is a site documenting my adventures in fishing and everything related to it.  I’ll share experiences and ideas via written word, photos, and videos that will hopefully assist others in making their own memorable moments on the water.



BS, Computer Science, Ball State University
MBA, Information Systems and Operations Management, Ball State University

Current Employment

Senior Application Developer with a focus on web-based business systems for straight-through processing of electronically-enrolled insurance applications.

Fishing Gear

This year, I’ve been blessed with the opportunity to be part of the Hobie Fishing Team thanks to the great folks at Portside Marine.

I’m fishing from a Hobie Pro Angler 14 with the following modifications:

  • YakAttack GearTrac SL
  • Lowrance Elite-4x DSI
  • Hobie Anchor Trolley
  • YakAttack BlackPak