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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Apr 23rd, 2017

When I got to British Columbia in the spring of 2016, I was an experienced paddler who, except for one old friend, had nobody to paddle with. My gradual exposure to the BC boating scene introduced me to many different people, all of whom shared one common thread: cooperation in a form I hadn’t seen before. The post Video–Why Whitewater Kayaking is a Team Sport appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

Is kayaking simply an individual sport? What role do other people play in progression of an individual paddler? This film focuse...

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Jackson Kayak
Apr 23rd, 2017

Over the past year, during my reign as the Kayak Bass Fishing National Champion, I have had many incredible opportunities come my way. I have been blessed with the opportunity to meet many people from many places across the Nation, fish in some of the most beautiful places this country has to offer, and travel ...

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Jackson Kayak
Apr 23rd, 2017

After the Hawea Academy finished we all jumped in cars and headed to Tekapo for 2 days of guaranteed water releases and non stop freestyle. Stopping on route for a quick hike up Mount Cooke. I had heard that a lot of work had been put into the course and that the features were pretty ...

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Apr 23rd, 2017

Last year, a team of kayakers descended the legendary Saryjaz River, a remote and dangerous canyon in the rugged no-man’s land between Kyrgyzstan and China. The team spent 10 days away from civilization, pushing their physical and mental limits, sleeping under the stars, and experiencing a true wilderness adventure. The Eyes of God is a The post Video: Eyes of God (Trailer) appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Jackson Kayak
Apr 22nd, 2017

My second top bass presentation is the Ned Rig or Midwest Rig.  I began hearing about the Ned Rig late in 2015.  It’s named for Ned Kaedy, who is credited with developing it and using it with success for decades.  It’s maybe not quite as simple as swimming the Kalin’s Lunker Grub, but, still very ...

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Jackson Kayak
Apr 22nd, 2017

Australia is stunning and has so many different types of landscapes and areas to explore. For the last few years I have wondered what the outdoor industry in Australia is like and this year I got the chance to find out. My good friend Josh Singleton put me in touch with the Outdoor Education Group ...

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Apr 22nd, 2017

70-foot Outlet Falls, a waterfall that is usually the realm of only the word’s best kayakers, saw its first descent by a river border. Mike McVey, a whitewater kayaker and river border who has paddled and swam—intentionally—numerous waterfalls in the past, has made a habit of these dramatic riverboard descents. His feats include swimming over The post Video: River boarding over 70-ft Outlet Falls appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

Mike McVey Riverboarding Outlet Falls 70 Feet Washington

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Apr 21st, 2017

Aniol Serrasolses dropping Tomata 1, one of the many falls on the Rio Alseseca, Vera Cruz, Mexico. Jasper Gibson jaspergibson.com @jaspergibson__ Jasper Gibson is a Washington-based Idaho native whose growing action-sports portfolio is proving what the whitewater world has long known: Gibson can return from remote, difficult-to-document competitions and locations with images that showcase some The post Photo of the Day | Jasper Gibson appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Jackson Kayak
Apr 21st, 2017

Years ago, Moab held a contest to see who had America’s most scenic dump. Well, Durango’s whitewater park runs right along the city’s treatment facility. There is a playground to drop off the kids, a soccer field, basketball and beach volleyball courts and across the river, a dog park. The Animas river is currently about ...

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Jackson Kayak
Apr 21st, 2017

So….I missed a shot on a BEAUTIFUL, big LingZilla last week… Can see here how the tip of my speargun dropped right before I pulled the trigger and the shaft went straight under her chin… Heartbreak of a miss for @bigjimspearo on a beauty of a LingZilla. Knowing how much this is haunting him we wouldn\'t ...

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