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Jackson Kayak
Apr 19th, 2015

I shot this video just as spring began to make its way into Texas. I used my Jackson Kayak Big Tuna, MTI Adventurewear Dio F-Spec and Dio for my primary gear along with a Aquabound Manta Ray Aluminum Paddle to help me get from one spot to another. 90% of this video was shot on ...

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Jackson Kayak
Apr 19th, 2015

Living The Best Day Ever…This is the name of a book of Hendri Coetze’s memoirs and writings that came out, put together by his friends, after he was eaten by a crocodile in the Congo several years ago. If you have not read it, I definitely recommend it. Hendri was a really good writer, a ...

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Jackson Kayak
Apr 18th, 2015

Always having been a fan of standing and fishing as opposed to sitting and casting I found myself always leaning towards wider, heavier, and more stable boats. So this year when I picked up the Coosa HD I instantly fell in love. While it still isn’t the lightest boat out there, it’s stability, maneuverability, and ability ...

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Jackson Kayak
Apr 18th, 2015

This year was my first time attending CCK’s opening day on the South Fork of the American. All I could say was WOW. What a turn out! We had full classes from SUP, to Playboating, River Running, Creeking, and a Fun Run with Colin and Hilde. Each class had 2 instructors and 8 people attending. The ...

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Jackson Kayak
Apr 17th, 2015

Sometimes you do not even need to hit the water to get people excited about kayak fishing! I often drive around with my Jackson Kilroy on top of my Chevy Tahoe, not because I am too lazy to take it off, but because I want to be able to fish at a moment’s notice if an ...

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Jackson Kayak
Apr 17th, 2015

On a last whim I decided to book a ticket to Mexico for the 2015 Alsececa Race, in Tlapacoyan Mexico. I found myself franticly packing my kayak full of the essential gear, enough clothes for 10 days, and nothing else. I was on the plane to Mexico City less then 24 hours after booking the ...

On a last munite whim, I decided to book a ticket down to Mexico for the 2015 Alseseca Race. It turned out to be one of my favor...

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Apr 17th, 2015

And I think any athlete that pushes themselves in what others might perceive as a chaotic environment can agree that there is a Zen-like flow. The post Filmmaker Q&A: Mike McKay’s ‘Chaos Theory’ appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

What role does silence have in all this noise? Chaos Theory - Episode 1 - Free Will Directed, Filmed, & Edited: Mike McK...

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Apr 17th, 2015

COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho – Chalk one up for the hospitality of strangers. As for foul-weather canoeing, whiskey and helping a brother out–not so much. Despite stormy weather, two men paddled their canoe onto a lake this week to go fishing, after having a shot of whiskey at the boat ramp. They capsized 15 minutes after launching, swam to shore, and one man climbed up the bank to a nearby home. Finding the front door locked, he broke in and called 911. Then he jumped in the shower to warm up. Meanwhile, his buddy was still on the shore and, according to KREM.com in Idaho, “too weak to move.” When homeowner’s son-in-law arrived, he saw the estimated $2,000 in damage to the metal front door and found the stranger was still showering. The homeowners acknowledged that this could have been a life-threatening situation for the men. They have decided not to press charges, though they are expecting the fishermen to help pay for a new front door. Hardly the “bizarre crime spree” s......

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Apr 17th, 2015

One of the biggest and ballsiest kickflips we have ever seen Note the (very) shallow launch zone . I am not Pat Keller. Liquidlogic Kayaks Liquidlogic Kayaks Flying-Squirrel Posted by Jack Orr on Monday, April 13, 2015 When Pat Keller calls something “the best event ever in kayaking, by far,” you should probably listen. Take a look at River Roots’ edit of the Rey Del Rio world waterfall championships America’s most endangered river: the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon The fight to keep the Grand Canyon grand How to kayak like a pro in Mexico So that’s what it’s like… Congrats to C&K’s Female Paddler of the Year, Sage Donnelly …who just earned a spot on both the C-1 and K-1 US slalom teams….at age 14! –See the BEST PADDLING VIDEOS from last week. –Check out MORE VIDEOS from C&K. The post Week in Review: April 17, 2015 appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Jackson Kayak
Apr 16th, 2015

Aquahunters Makahiki 2015 Tournament, caught this nice Sail on day 10, second of the year!...

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