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Jackson Kayak
Aug 24th, 2016

2016 has been a great paddling summer for me and I can’t believe that it’s almost over… It has been full of so many new rivers, new experiences, new people and best of all – new boats! My family spent the winter travelling, which meant that my paddling season started earlier than normal with the CCK ...

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Jackson Kayak
Aug 24th, 2016

This past weekend I had the honor of taking part in an event that showcased the brotherhood of the sport we love, as well as embodied perfectly the motto of the “Jackson Family”. Michael Jennings a local tournament angler broke the news that his daughter, Nia, was battling cancer. An announcement that hit home for ...

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Aug 24th, 2016

Matze Brustmann, Agua Azul, Chiapas, Mexico. Jens Klatt jensklatt.com @jensklattphoto Jens Klatt is a freelance photographer from Augsburg, Germany, who started the craft of making photos in hopes of communicating his fascination with whitewater to his non-paddling friends. The fascination has led Klatt around the globe, with highlights for C&K that include shots from B.C., The post Photo of the Day | Jens Klatt appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Aug 24th, 2016

By Jim Baird When you head out into the wilderness, you don’t always know what kind of fish you’ll be catching, and the species of fish in the water below your boat may change throughout your trip. For these reasons, it’s good to bring versatile lures. And, since your fishing tackle is technically a survival The post Lessons from the Trail: Expedition Fishing Tackle appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Aug 24th, 2016

Sarah McNair-Landry, Erik Boomer and Ben Stookesberry have set out on as bold and unique of a put-in approach as whitewater expedition paddling has even seen. With the assistance of skis and kites they are towing their kayaks and sleds of gear 560 miles into Greenland, launching into one of the unnamed rivers for a first descent of one of the newest streams on the planet, carved out from the thawed runoff waters of the world’s second largest ice sheet. The post Greenland Kite Kayak Supertrip 5000 appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Jackson Kayak
Aug 23rd, 2016

It started off with a 100 miles plus drive early Saturday morning to the most northern point of Ireland to Kinegoe bay, Donegal. This venue is of the charts, it’s a small sandy beach literally in the middle of no where, getting to it involves driving over a mountain and as you come down the other ...

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Jackson Kayak
Aug 23rd, 2016

EXCEPTION /IKˈSEPSH(Ə)N/ NOUN. A PERSON OR THING THAT IS EXCLUDED FROM A GENERAL STATEMENT OR DOES NOT FOLLOW A RULE. I typically think of fishing as a unique sport that is far more different than any other mainstream activity. In reality though, is it? After all, it is you vs. them, angler vs. fish or however ...

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Jackson Kayak
Aug 23rd, 2016

Tips for taking your Playboating to the Next Level: Tons of people I have had the pleasure of boating with talk about the “plateau” or “hump” that simply wouldn’t go away with their playboating. A common feeling of doing the same moves for years makes them less excited to jump back in to their local feature ...

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Aug 23rd, 2016

Ashlu Creek eddy, BC. Maxi Kniewasser maxi-kniewasser.com Born in “the flattest place on earth” (northern Germany), Kniewasser moved ever farther west, quietly notching a string of impressive international kayaking expeditions and descents (as well as a stunning photo portfolio along the way) before finally settling in Vancouver for grad school. In this West Coast hub The post Photo of the Day | Maxi Kniewasser appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Aug 23rd, 2016

Jackson Kayak Tip of the Week By Clay Wright When I learned to snowboard, I skidded noisily from side to side, throwing snow on every turn. Years later, a friend taught me to edge into my turns, silently using the sidecut of the board to flex into its arc and send me shooting into the The post Tip of the Week: Carving is Cool appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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