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Jackson Kayak
Mar 29th, 2015

I recently had the pleasure of guiding Damon Bungard, product manager for Jackson Kayak, on the beautiful waters of the Florida Keys. Being winter (or at least OUR version down here), the water seemed much too cool for bonefish, permit, or tarpon, so we set our sights on barracuda and sharks, much more reasonable targets ...

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Jackson Kayak
Mar 29th, 2015

Winters in New England can get pretty cold. I’m talking 5 feet of snow on the ground and days where the high is 4 degrees cold.  When it gets like this, all the rivers a pretty much frozen and there’s not a whole lot to do in a playspot, so you’ve got two options- flee ...

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Mar 29th, 2015

By Rob Lyon Brook’s Journal, Lopez Island, Washington: I’m kinda so nervous I want to abort! Chillin’ in Dad and Pam’s cabin on the hill and thinking of all the safety issues and getting dizzy . . . August 23 Aboard the Queen of Alberni: We’re on the Canadian ferry, we safely made it through customs and into Terrence and Philip country, onward ho! . . . August 26 Port Hardy: They almost put ketchup on dad’s Subway foot long, boy it’s different up here . . . August 25 Port Hardy City Park: A pretty uninviting day for a launch. Rain and sun taking turns as we sort and pack our gear. A short visit to a nearby rez scored us a couple of dime bags, think we’re set . . . August 26 My son Brook showed up at my house a couple of days before we were ready to leave for a kayaking trip, his first, at the northern tip of Vancouver Island. A bit anal about organizing his stuff, little of which he had with him, it took forever to sort and pack it to his standard. We lashed the two sit-on-top kayaks o......

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Jackson Kayak
Mar 28th, 2015

Working with Juan was one of the greatest pleasures Jackson Kayak has ever had with any athlete. We are so excited to help his enthusiasm for teaching kids continue through this program and would like to thank everyone involved in keeping Juan alive in our hearts, where he will always belong. Live Like Juan! http://www.juanitoscholarship.com In memory ...

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Jackson Kayak
Mar 28th, 2015

  This scupper mount is very easy&cheap to make. It is removable so it can serve you in all your kayaks. The photos explain how to make this nice transducer holder. The maiden voyage of my new Kraken to test transducer mount and get used to my new kayak went very well. Despite the fact that the pikes are ...

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Mar 28th, 2015

It\'s a strange setting for a concert: packing three or four musicians into a canoe and having them perform under gratified Cold War-era bridges in Berlin. But somehow it\'s a fitting setting, one that provides an intimacy and dynamic background rarely found on single-shot YouTube music videos. The post Canoe Concerts appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Jackson Kayak
Mar 27th, 2015

You know that no matter how great a kayak is there are always things you want to tweak to get them just how you want them. Today I broke out the saw, drill and a few parts to do a couple mods to my Kraken kayak, to get it ready for a long fishing season. We do ...

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Jackson Kayak
Mar 27th, 2015

This past weekend (3/21/15-3/22/15) the Appalachian Paddling Enthusiasts (http://www.riverapes.org/) were going to host two intermediate/advanced whitewater kayak clinics with EJ on the Nolichucky Gorge (Class III-IV); but due to an extended illness EJ contract upon returning from his Africa trip he had to recruit fellow JK Team member, Stephen Wright, to fill his spot as ...

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Mar 27th, 2015

CHECK BACK NEXT WEEK AS WE LAUNCH OUR CALL FOR APPLICATIONS AND ANNOUNCE ELIGIBILITY RULES (HINT: EXPEDITION DREAMS FROM ANY PADDLER, ANYWHERE, WILL BE CONSIDERED AND PUT TO READER VOTE). The post Dream Your Adventure Expedition Grant appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Mar 27th, 2015

Above: Camped out on Labrador’s Torngat Peninsula with bear-fence protection.  Photos by Ben Marr “Ben began making strange facial expressions and ambiguous arm motions. I stared at him blankly until he finally gave up and hollered, ‘Bear!’” Chris Korbulic recalls. “Later we laughed about my confusion, and that nobody had thought to create a hand signal for ‘bear.’” –Read more about Destination Torngat, and stay tuned for our digital feature on the expedition.  –These photos appeared in the May 2015 issue of Canoe & Kayak, now available for download. The post From the Gallery: Destination Torngat appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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