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Jackson Kayak - Whitewater Kayaks, Fishing Kayaks, Recreational Kayaks
Aug 20th, 2014

A short video of todays trip. Launching looked dodgy through the surf but we thought we would give it a go. After a few decent smooth hound we called it a day and set about getting back to the beach. The biggest surf I have been in yet and an opportunity not to be missed. The yaks ...

A day kayak fishing for smooth hound from Huttoft Lincolnshire on the Jackson Cuda 14. Launching through the surf was interesting but landing was worse. It needed playing in when the fishing was over and needless to say I got wet.

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Jackson Kayak - Whitewater Kayaks, Fishing Kayaks, Recreational Kayaks
Aug 20th, 2014

Opened up a new world for me fishing. I knew absolutely nothing about fishing kayaks until last year. Now I’m the proud owner of a Coosa and Cruise 12....

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Wesley's Wild World of Kayaking & the Jackson Action Wagon (JAW)
Aug 20th, 2014

The Jackson Action Wagon has had another great paddling season with free demos & spreading the fun of kayaking.  It is now time to sell the current demo boat fleet to make room for next year’s 2015 fleet! Check out the link below for current stock and prices: http://worldkayakblogs.com/wildwildwes/the-jaw/ All J.A.W. boat purchases include the ...

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Jackson Kayak - Whitewater Kayaks, Fishing Kayaks, Recreational Kayaks
Aug 20th, 2014

Fished from the Cruise this past weekend.  It was the first time I’ve been in a kayak since Trout Challenge – which was in June, so it’s been a while.  Blake and I headed to a Mississippi River oxbow lake to do a little afternoon bass fishing.  Storms were on the horizon, which had me ...

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Jackson Kayak - Whitewater Kayaks, Fishing Kayaks, Recreational Kayaks
Aug 20th, 2014

The first fishing tournament that I ever participated in was the 2011 Riverbassin Trail stop at Canoe Kentucky. My buddy Matt and I had been fishing a lot for the past few years and were seriously considering getting into kayak fishing. At the time, neither one of us owned a kayak so we decided to ...

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Canoe & Kayak
Aug 20th, 2014

Bill Parks is on a mission and he wants you to help. An American now living in New Zealand, the filmmaker has launched an Indiegogo fundraising campaign to complete his whitewater film Rivering, which he defines as “the art of journeying down wild rivers in small craft for the sheer joy of it.” Billed as […] The post Help This Man Make a Film About the Love of Kayaking appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

Please help us finish this film. Visit the Indiegogo campaign at www.indiegogo.com/projects/rivering If you liked the music, ...

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Jackson Kayak - Whitewater Kayaks, Fishing Kayaks, Recreational Kayaks
Aug 20th, 2014

Jason Craig 7/18/2014   Jason’s adventures in Europe! Part 1 I just got back from the best time of my life! The past three weeks I have spent traveling around France and Spain with my best friends competing in the World Cups of Freestyle Kayaking. It was an incredible trip of paddling, adventuring, meeting new people, seeing new places, eating ...

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Jackson Kayak - Whitewater Kayaks, Fishing Kayaks, Recreational Kayaks
Aug 19th, 2014

On a camping trip with friends last fall, my friend Robert was planning on bringing his young son Jacob. We would be self sustaining with the kayaks for a couple days and I wasn’t sure if Jacob could make the paddle to where we were going. He paddles his Coosa just fine for the ...

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Jackson Kayak - Whitewater Kayaks, Fishing Kayaks, Recreational Kayaks
Aug 19th, 2014

For the last month and a half central Washington has been on fire, literally. Over 600,000 acres have burned already. And while the last few days have been filled with life giving rain and cooler temps, many thousands of acres on hilltops and mountain ridges deep in Cascadia continue to burn unchecked. One morning I ...

A muddy lap down Tumwater Canyon

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Canoe & Kayak
Aug 18th, 2014

The military said it would move expeditiously to conduct its risk assessment of the island 40 miles off the California coast, but they have yet to begin a sweep of live ordinance across the lonely isle The post Bombs Away: San Miguel Island Closed to Kayakers appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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