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Jackson Kayak
Jun 21st, 2016

Tope have always been my nemesis. Where I am – they never are, and when they are around I can never get there. This weekend I had a pass for fishing and after a facebook post I had several invites from around the country to target this feisty shark. I decided to head for Wales, to Stackpole, ...

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jun 21st, 2016

“Highest I’ve ever seen the spring,” said the canoeist, floating in an eddy near the cave mouth. I paddled up the gentle current, leaving hot sunlight and plunging into cool darkness. As my eyes adjusted, I felt water dripping from hanging stalactites. I attained up a narrow channel into an inner pool where Cave Spring The post High Water on Missouri’s Current River appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jun 21st, 2016

In a ferocious battle between Team Red and Team Yellow, skiers resort to the only true test of bad-assery: Rafting. Down the Alps. In excellent 80s snowsuit onesies. This ridiculous throwback is testament to French filmmaker Didier Lafond’s genius. You’ll be dreaming about snow-rafting in mid-summer when the unbearable heat may leave you longing for The post Apocalypse Snow II: Raft-ageddon appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Jackson Kayak
Jun 20th, 2016

With my new reel Penn battle ll recently back from its service I couldn’t wait to get out and test it again.                          This morning I headed out to try a new spot but the wind was not playing its part with gust around ...

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Wesley\'s Wild World of Kayaking & the Jackson Action Wagon (JAW)
Jun 20th, 2016

Big thanks to all who supported the Jackson Kayak Fun Raffle during the APE’s Nolichucky River Cleanup & Celebration! We raised $391.61 to support Camp Bays Mountain and Debbie Briscoe went home with the new boat!!...

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jun 20th, 2016

Monday, June 20th is the longest day of 2016, and we’ve teamed with The North Face to encourage you, our readers, to get outside and enjoy the summer equinox to the maximum. We think it’s always best to lead by example, so here’s a look at how C&K photographer David Jackson spent one long summer The post Today is the Longest Day of the Year. Make the Most of It. appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jun 20th, 2016

Jackson Kayak Tip of the Week. Lets face it, at one point in our kayaking journey we have all picked up the phone and made numerous phone calls to find other paddlers without success. The post Tip of the Week: Finding a New Paddling Crew appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Jackson Kayak
Jun 19th, 2016

The idea of going down a river is pretty simple, right? That’s why we all love it so much. You sit in your craft, move swiftly downstream on the power of the river and enjoy the ride, whether it’s flat or class V. Sometimes though, you want a little more to satisfy that very human ...

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Jackson Kayak
Jun 19th, 2016

Last year I wrote about a local lake in my town that I was sure had some big bass in it. I had caught a bass that weighed five pounds on my initial trip last spring and planned to spend more time exploring the lake. For the remainder of spring and summer I fished it ...

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Girls At Play, LLC – WaterGirlsAtPlay.com
Jun 19th, 2016

“It’s occurred to me lately that I love kayaking not only because it’s fun as hell, challenging, and let’s me go to amazing places, but because it feels like being a child. This is true in the obvious sense that the experience is so immediate and direct, and basically water sliding for adults, but also in a social sense. Making friends as an adult can be difficult and time consuming, full of calculations, dinner parties, and small talk. For kayakers and children it’s just “You like kayaking (sand castles, Legos)? Let’s be best friends forever!” And you are immediately responsible for another human being’s life.” -Nat Krancus A friend posted this to Facebook awhile back. I immediately grabbed it, copied  Read More The post Water Sliding 101 – How to make Friends as an Adult appeared first on Girls At Play, LLC - WaterGirlsAtPlay.com....

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