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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Aug 18th, 2016

18 day Peel River Expedition down the Wind and Peel Rivers in Yukon, Canada. Part of an expedition organized by the international League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP) and the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWs) to Protect the Peel. Expedition members Andy Maser, Peter Mather, Tomo Uemura, Kate Weekes, and Dona Novasky. Images also shot The post Photo of the Day | Peter Mather appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Aug 18th, 2016

In 2011, Jon Turk and Erik Boomer spent 104 days circling Ellesmere Island by ski and kayak. They were an unlikely pair. At 65, Turk was 41 years older than Boomer, who he met just weeks before embarking on the 1,495-mile Arctic expedition. The hardship and joy of expedition travel laid bare their kindred spirits, The post The Conversation appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Aug 18th, 2016

Interview by Jeff Moag Trained as an organic chemist, Jon Turk realized early on that he wasn’t cut out for the buttoned-down life of a research scientist. So he put his PhD in a drawer and worked whatever odd jobs gave him the flexibility to pursue his passion for the outdoors. He framed houses, worked The post Unfiltered: Jon Turk appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Aug 18th, 2016

When you get to camp, the deck and aluminum extension bars turn into a large table for cooking and food prep. The Wingman turns a canoe into a really stable mother ship, capable of carrying fresh food and cold drinks, and accommodating large dogs or standing anglers. Who really wants the raft and all the fussiness it calls for anyway? The post Gear Review: Wingman Outfitter System appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Aug 18th, 2016

By Katie McKy Lisa Pugh, 29, of Apple Valley, Minnesota, and Alyce Kuenzli, 29, of Rockford, Minnesota, began their nearly 4,000-mile expedition down the fourth-longest river system in the world because they were perturbed by data that shows men tend to be more confident than women. Kuenzli said, “We had been reading a book, the The post Source of Confidence appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Mountain Watershed Association
Aug 18th, 2016

With nearly 100 people in attendance, the commissioners of Penn Township held a hearing last night regarding a section of their proposed zoning ordinance, which if passed, would allow for unconventional oil and gas drilling to be allowed in over 60 percent of the township. The proposed Mineral Extraction Overlay (MEO) district would essentially circumvent […]...

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Aug 17th, 2016

Help this international group of paddlers complete their crowdfunded film, \'CONFLUIR, a Study of Rio Marañón,\' documenting a 30-day, 385-mile journey to showcase the \"the Grand Canyon of South America\" and raise awareness of the imperiled river’s plight. The post Why the Marañon Matters appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

Please donate for this film at http://confluirfilm.causevox.com In Peru, the headwaters of the Amazon River cut through the A...

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Jackson Kayak
Aug 17th, 2016

Well we just finished up the Canadian National Championships and Canadian Team trials for Freestyle Kayaking. For me it all started a week before when I first visited Valleyfield, Quebec, the hosting city for the Championships. I was beyond impressed with the man made course build in the middle of the city. I couldn’t believe that ...

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Jackson Kayak
Aug 17th, 2016

ICAST! In the angling world, all eyes are on the fishing industry’s largest trade show to sneak a peek at new product for the next year. For years I scanned social media during ICAST week mining for information, waited for updates and photos to be posted, searched ‘#ICAST’ obsessively every fifteen minutes or so looking ...

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Aug 17th, 2016

Recently, one-piece hardwood canoe paddles have surged in popularity — especially in the lakes and rivers of Ontario, the heart of Canadian canoe country. These paddles are cut and shaped entirely by hand from a single piece of kiln-dried hardwood. To use one of these white ash or cherry-wood beauties is to sense the labor required to craft such a blade, and to make a profound connection with the water. Traditional paddles feel alive, perhaps because of their more even flex and the ever-changing kaleidoscope of colors and patterns revealed in their unique grain. Here are five made-in-Ontario favorites. The post Live Wood: 5 one-piece hardwood canoe paddles appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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