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Jan 18th, 2017

George Younger, a whitewater kayaker from the UK, spent several months exploring the whitewater of the lower Mekong River. Long after the river has lost most of its gradient on its path from Tibet to the sea, the Mekong gives one last hurrah as it pours over steep waterfalls in Si Phan Don, the 4000 The post Video: Mekong’s 4000 Islands appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jan 18th, 2017

Kristen Peterson explores the icy shoreline in spring on Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Aaron Peterson aaronpeterson.net @aaronpetersonphoto Just as Aaron Peterson points out that Lake Superior “is the dominant feature of the Upper Midwest and defines our weather and culture,” the Big Lake’s rugged and desolate shores have also shaped the photographer’s life and inspired his The post Photo of the Day | Aaron Peterson appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Jackson Kayak
Jan 18th, 2017

Hello Everyone! Hope you guys enjoyed the holidays! For the past 3 years during the month of January, Cullman City Parks and Recreation has hosted a roll clinic/ open pool session for paddlers of all skill levels. What started as a group of 4-5 paddlers a week, has grown to a full pool of 30 plus ...

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Jackson Kayak
Jan 18th, 2017

My Top Smallmouth Lures of 2016 We as anglers enjoy the mental aspect of fishing, almost as much as the physical thrill of a jarring hookset. Placing together the pieces of a puzzle in order to have a successful day on the water can be very rewarding. All of us have those days where every lure ...

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jan 18th, 2017

I’ve been in similar situations and quit. That’s how I know that regret lasts longer than hardship and cold. The post Trials at Sea appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Jackson Kayak
Jan 18th, 2017

Here is my Interview with Crispin Powley, Strike King Sales Manager, and fishing super star.     “I got to know you as the Sales Manager for Strike King Lure Company, seeing you at trade shows, etc..    But you have had your share of tournament fishing success as well.  Want to tell us about that?”  Yeah EJ, ...

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jan 17th, 2017

There are a lot of good reasons to bring a power bank on your next river trip, and it’s nice to have an option that is lightweight, compact, and durable. The Lander Cascade Power Bank and Goal Zero Venture 30 Recharger fit that bill. ($50, www.lander.com) I like Lander Cascade Power Bank for a few The post Charge on the Go: Two Portable Power Banks appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jan 17th, 2017

Traci Lynn Martin, a 49-year-old registered nurse in Kansas City, Missouri, wanted a new paddling goal—an ambitious one. And what could be more ambitious than setting a world record? So Martin went to the world record people, Guinness, and looked up paddling records. The official Guinness distance paddling record for a solo paddler in a The post Video: Missouri Nurse to Attempt New Distance Paddling Record appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

A brand new documentary, "Just Around The Pointe" presents an epic journey of the human spirit. Traci Lynn Martin attempts to br...

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jan 17th, 2017

In his new book, Canoe & Kayak contributing editor Jon Turk reflects on how a lifetime of expeditions have shaped a personal “consciousness revolution”—a shift towards a reciprocal relationship with the natural world he’s convinced all of humanity must embrace if we’re ever to enjoy a “peaceful, equitable and healthy world.” Crocodiles and Ice (Oolichan The post Book Review: Crocodiles and Ice by Jon Turk appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jan 17th, 2017

Conor Mihell, Armstrong, ON 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 to photographing mountain sports full time The post Photo of the Day | Ryan Creary appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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