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Mountain Watershed Association
Dec 1st, 2016

Back in September, we discussed the connection between Sunoco’s proposed Mariner East II pipeline and the vigorously contested Dakota Access Pipeline. Both pipelines are owned by Energy Transfer, and if built, both would be operated by Sunoco Logistics. Although the battle raging in the Dakotas may feel far away, we share a common struggle. December […]...

Waterkeeper Alliance and Waterkeeper organizations across the globe issued a statement of solidarity to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe.

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Jackson Kayak
Dec 1st, 2016

Le principal critère pour le choix d’un bateau est la forme de celui-ci, mais après cela, vient un autre critère primordial : l’accastillage. L’accastillage du bateau regroupe plusieurs points : du siège aux cale pieds, en passant par les chandelles, et c’est ici que se joue de nombreuses différences entre les différents modèles et marques. Les test ...

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Jackson Kayak
Dec 1st, 2016

The Hurley classic is the number one freestyle event in the Uk, now in its 28th year. I had attended in previous years and it is great to see it grow year on year, more competitors and more competitions to take part in, with a wider draw. It now attracts competitors from across the globe, ...

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Jackson Kayak
Dec 1st, 2016

2014-15-  In 2014 we created the 2015 Rock Star for the Garberator World Championships.   This freestyle kayak is our best overall package to date, and we are sitting on this design right now as it is just about as perfect as we can make it at the moment.    Fast, easy to throw down ...

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Nov 30th, 2016

Many paddlers have completed longer solo trips than Gienieczko, but his sponsors never heard of any of them. Even if they had, the Guinness name would bring publicity, and publicity would bring money. The post Marcin Gienieczko and the Great Guinness Hoax appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

Tyler Bradt completes the World Record Waterfall Descent. This drop was re-measured at 189 ft. A few feet taller then we had previously thought... Tyler sustained minor injuries which included a sprained wrist and a massive hit.

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Jackson Kayak
Nov 30th, 2016

Its that time of year, leaves are falling off the trees, air temps are dropping, water temps are dropping and fishing gets HOT! There is no better than this time of year to break out some shallow cranks to get some intense action on some fall/winter bass! This time of year the water temps are getting cold ...

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Nov 30th, 2016

By Dennis Mashue During a recent speaking engagement, my 18-year-old son, Tucker, summed up my parenting style in one word: “sketchy.” After all, as the solo parent of an autistic teenager, my response to ineffective schools and social services organizations was to withdraw my son from school, quit my job with the federal government, and The post Whitewater Healing appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Nov 30th, 2016

Shay Bickley and Jason Self cruising in the Strait of Juan De Fuca, WA. Fred Marmsater fredrikmarmsater.com @fmarmsaterphoto  Fred Marmsater specializing in shooting in remote locations and capturing athletes pushing their limits. From expedition kayaking, to ski mountaineering and ultramarathon trail races, getting into beautiful and seldom-seen locations and bringing back fresh images is the trademark of Marmsater’s photography. The post Photo of the Day | Fred Marmsater appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Nov 30th, 2016

Pelican Wheeled Hard Cases For protecting camera gear or anything else that absolutely cannot get wet or crushed, hard cases are really your only option. There are many different sizes available so keep that in mind before you buy. If you need this type of protection with wheels, check out Pelican’s 1650 model. We used The post Weather Tough Wheelies | Pelican Hard Cases appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Nov 30th, 2016

Granite Gear Packable Wheeled Duffel ($89, granitegear.com) The collapsible-wheeled luggage bag from Granite Gear is essentially a lightweight nylon shell with wheels attached that will get your drybags through the airport unharmed and will collapse into itself upon arrival. It weighs only 3.2 pounds and we were able to fit a 45-liter drybag into it The post Weather Tough Wheelies | Granite Gear Packable Wheeled Duffle appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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