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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jul 15th, 2016

It started with some off-hand eddy talk. In 2013, Steve Fisher was learning the lines down North Carolina’s storied Green River Narrows from local legend Pat Keller. While the pair of pros discussed the next rapid, someone in the group joked, “Pat knows the Green so well, he could do the whole thing blindfolded.” Fisher’s The post Tragedy Into Strength: Inside Steve Fisher’s Dreamy New Paddling Film appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Girls At Play, LLC – WaterGirlsAtPlay.com
Jul 15th, 2016

  Our final intermediate clinic of the season was serenaded with summer sunshine, sweet smiles and so much Torso Rotation! Our ladies traveled from Kentucky, Georgia and South Carolina to convene on the French Broad where we worked the rivers current and got intimate with her many eddies! Saturday we reviewed strokes, emphasizing using torso rotation in each of them. We had fun with a number of drills (or should I say sweet river dance moves??) that left us all feeling like we’d done the robot (Torso rotation in boat maintaining paddlers box), the lawn mower (Cross tap front of boat, forward stroke) and the reverse shopping cart (stern Draw). We also practiced catching and peeling out of eddies, stern  Read More The post Intermediate Whitewater Clinic appeared first on Girls At Play, LLC - WaterGirlsAtPlay.com....

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Jackson Kayak
Jul 14th, 2016

Last week saw myself and Martin heading over to France to fish the SKF Kayak Fishing Tournament. It was with mixed emotions that I went, as the original plan had been to catch up with the European Team Captain Jan Liska but after the accident in January that wasn’t to be. Jan had said that this ...

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Jackson Kayak
Jul 14th, 2016

Northern California is blessed with many rivers that support salmon and steelhead. Bank access on these river is generally limited due to private property and heavy vegetation. Traditionally, premium fishing opportunities are limited to drift boats. The Coosa shatters this paradigm and is a joy to paddle down these scenic rivers. When conditions are right, these ...

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Jackson Kayak
Jul 14th, 2016

   Does it ever feel like all things happen at once? In my life, that seems to be the rule. When I was back in Uganda most recently, we had International Rivers coming to visit the Nile, Isimba dam site, and communities we work with who are effected. At the same time, we had a ...

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jul 14th, 2016

Action Alert to Protect the Boundary Waters, outlining the current public input period lasting through next week (July 20). You can easily make your voice heard by telling the U.S. Forest Service to protect the BWCAW. The post Action Alert to Protect the Boundary Waters appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jul 14th, 2016

2016 Canoe & Kayak Awards\' Spirit of Adventure nominee Dan Clark offers an exclusive look at \'Together to the Tundra,\' documenting his family\'s 600-mile wilderness canoe circuit in the Canadian Barrenlands. The post First Look: Together to the Tundra appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

TUNDRA = BUGS = CRAZY right? There is a lot more to the tundra than bugs, but few visit this northern wilderness. Paddling a...

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jul 14th, 2016

The long road to water… Tyler Fox, Joel Kowalski, and the late Juan Antonio De Ugarte hike into Les Sept-Chutes in Quebec during the park’s off-season. David Jackson exploredavidjackson.com @davidjackson__ “I grew up a little different than most,” says Ontario freelance photographer David Jackson. “From the time I could move, I mused in the vast The post Photo of the Day | David Jackson appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jul 14th, 2016

By Jim Baird Nothing is better than enjoying your catch of fresh fish around a campfire after a long day on the river. The opposite is true for cleaning fish, especially when black flies come into the equation. However, with a little practice, and by following these steps, you’ll be able to clean your fish The post Lessons from the Trail: Cleaning Pike and Brook Trout appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Jackson Kayak
Jul 13th, 2016

Os dejo con un video de un buen Pargo(Pagrus Pagrus) pescado con señuelo de Vinilo JLC en aguas del Estrecho de Gibraltar en compañía de mi amigo Antonio Alarcón. Aunque no era un pez enorme a mi me llenó de satisfacción esta captura por la gran remada que nos pegamos mi compañero y yo en ...

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