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Mountain Watershed Association
Feb 25th, 2015

Plans are underway for this year’s Spring Grassroots Su […]...

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Feb 25th, 2015

“What is it in life that causes us to compromise the things most important to us?” Emily asked a packed auditorium in Beaver Creek, Colo, during a January TEDx event. The post Living without Compromise: Emily Jackson’s TEDx Talk appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Jackson Kayak
Feb 24th, 2015

I decided to kick my 2015 tournament season off with a redfish tournament hosted by the Saltwater Boys Kayak Fishing Club (http://swbkfc.com). The rules allowed us to weigh in 2 redfish, with a side pot for redfish with the most spots. Chasing shallow water redfish is my passion, but a February tournament kind of mixes ...

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Jackson Kayak
Feb 24th, 2015

“There is zero competition in being yourself.” Emily Jackson – A 2-time World Champion Freestyle Kayaker is a mother, wife and team manager for Jackson Kayak who shares her secrets to becoming a champion and developing an Uncompromising voice in the world....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Feb 24th, 2015

#9 – The Peel Watershed An expansive, roadless canoe-tripping haven threatened by resource extraction Text by Conor Mihell Photos by Peter Mather A half-dozen brawny, whitewater rivers tumble out of the northern terminus of the Rocky Mountains, draining 26,000 square miles of alpine wilderness into the Peel River of Canada’s Yukon territory. The Snake, Wind, Ogilvie, Bonnet Plume, Hart and Blackstone rivers are a canoe-tripping dreamscape of wildlife and scenery for Yukon-based photographer Peter Mather, who has made an astounding 15 journeys in the Peel watershed. “There’s no place like it left in the world,” says Mather, a C&K contributing photographer. “It is what the West would have been like 200 years ago—wild, untouched…the feel of an ancient land.” Mather’s favorite memory from the Peel comes on the Wind River, a smooth-flowing, Class II gem buttressed by soaring 6,000-foot peaks. On one trip, his group pulled up on a gravel bar and encountered a skittish black wolf. Soon a......

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Mountain Watershed Association
Feb 24th, 2015

The Department of Environmental Protection California D […]...

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Jackson Kayak
Feb 23rd, 2015

I was going though some vacation photos from last fall and found this shot my wife took with perfect timing. It was taken on Lake Michigamme in Michigan’s western up. I also paddled my Cuda 14 on the western side of the Keweenaw peninsula on Lake Superior, on a day that would have felt very ...

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Jackson Kayak
Feb 23rd, 2015

Every year I like to do a species hunt of U.K. Saltwater species that I catch from the kayak. Last year I managed my best so far of 36 different species, but there were several fish that I would normally consider easy that I didn’t catch so this year I have a personal target of 45 ...

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Colorado Kayak Supply Blog
Feb 23rd, 2015

Kokatat Maximus Centurion Rescue PFD Review   In the long running debate between which type V rescue PFD is the best, the Kokatat Maximus Centurion Rescue PFD has come along to try to de-throne all major contenders (you know who you are). Every paddler is different…they have different wants and needs, carry different gear, and [&hellip...

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Feb 23rd, 2015

“It’s pretty cool driving down the road. The front of the van looks like it’s something out of the 70s and the rear looks like something from Middle Earth. Every single person turns their head, whether they’re afoot or in a vehicle.” The post Crowdfunded and Handcrafted: A Hobbit Van Down by the River appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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