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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Aug 31st, 2016

A bill introduced to the Navajo tribal government Monday evening has given new impetus to the controversial Grand Canyon Escalade project, a proposed cable tramway that could carry up to 10,000 people per day from the canyon rim to the confluence of the Colorado and Little Colorado rivers. The bill would provide crucial financing and The post Grand Canyon Escalade: It’s Back appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Jackson Kayak
Aug 30th, 2016

Yes I did have fun at Junior Olympics. I was fortunate enough to coach a few o the kids at Junior Olympics and help them on the water. It was a ton of fun playing in the feature with the kids. Here is a quick clip i put together for the shenanigans. Hope you guys ...

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Jackson Kayak
Aug 30th, 2016

Went out for bass but they didn’t want to play so we decided to chase a few gar instead. no monsters but they are fun no matter the size. Hadn’t chased them since spring so this was kinda a fun change of pace. Put a good bend in the Manley rod and it was the ...

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Jackson Kayak
Aug 30th, 2016

Well I have been looking at getting out to this wreck for quite some time now, the problem is that it is around 2 miles offshore and conditions need to be right. Thursday morning the sea was like glass and the weather forecast predicted it to stay good all weekend. Gear packed and off I went ...

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Aug 30th, 2016

Dane Jackson during the Michoacan Kayak Expedition, in Uruapan, MI, MEX John Rathwell johnrathwell.com @johnrathwell John Rathwell is a self-taught Ottawa-based photographer who immerses viewers in captured moments and scenes. “I strive to create images that make the viewer fall into them,” says Rathwell, whose assignment highlights for C&K include coverage of the 2015 ICF The post Photo of the Day | John Rathwell appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Jackson Kayak
Aug 29th, 2016

Well, I have just started my first year of college at Boise State University after a gap year from high school. I am very happy with my decision, as it lead to my best year of paddling in 2015/2016! I met a lot of great new friends, paddled in amazing locations, and did well in ...

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Jackson Kayak
Aug 29th, 2016

One of the things that really got me interested in fishing out of a kayak years ago, was the ability to find and access water that most others either overlook or just can’t get to in the bigger boats. As a kayak angler, we have the ability to drop in or float some of the ...

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Aug 29th, 2016

Conor Mihell and Tim Shuff at Cape la Hune, NL Ryan Creary ryancreary.com @ryancreary After getting a taste for paddling during his university semesters in Ontario and summers spent guiding sea kayak trips back home in New Brunswick, Ryan Creary headed west to the Canadian Rockies, got a Dagger RPM, and never looked back, committing The post Photo of the Day | Ryan Creary appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Aug 29th, 2016

Photos and words by Shawn James Algonquin Provincial Park in Ontario, Canada is a canoe tripper’s Shangri-La. Covering an area of 2,946 square miles (7,630 square km), it is a huge park containing over 1,500 lakes and rivers and 1,200 miles (2,000 km) of canoe routes. Deep in the interior, away from the roads and The post Finding the Perfect Backcountry Campsite in Algonquin Park, Canada appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Girls At Play, LLC – WaterGirlsAtPlay.com
Aug 29th, 2016

In early March, I sent Anna Levesque a cold call e-mail asking to get involved in Girls at Play. I had been traveling in New Zealand and my letter of inquiry included a line that summed up my latest truth: “I think that there is a cultural stereotype that women are held back by fear [in whitewater kayaking], but in my experience it is simply that they want to be intentional.” I still think this is true, but I was missing something. In the last year, I have intentionally expanded my boating experience both in variety and challenge. I did the most multi-day trips ever: a 9 day self-support on the Salmon River in Idaho, 11 days on the Grand  Read More The post Getting Intentional: Putting Play into Practice appeared first on Girls At Play, LLC - WaterGirlsAtPlay.com....

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