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A little video from the Perch fishing trip to the Lake District 🙂
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I wanted to share a short video of my first five years kayaking and three years at Jackson Kayak. It start with me learning how to wet exit from my pink Fun 1 in the pool and then progresses to me learning how to roll and surf on the Ottawa river in my Sho...
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Liska Kayak Open: Bericht Teil III
Nun ging es ans Eingemachte, die Competion der Liska Kayak Open startet. Pünktlich zur anvisierten Zeit trafen sich alle Kayak-Angler am ersten Tag des „Wettkampfes“, die Messskalen und alle weiteren Unterlagen (wie z.B. Startnummer usw.)  wurden...
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Musky Hunt in the Kilroy DT
I bought the Kilroy DT with the idea of using it as the perfect “guide” kayak. The platform and design is laid out perfectly to have one angler in the back focusing on paddling/guiding while the other stands/sits in the front focusing solely on...
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Cuda HD Video Review
Os dejo esta Video Review del nuevo cuda HD Video LINK: https://www.facebook.com/pg/jacksonkayakspain/videos/?ref=page_internal
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Though I live on the coast and do love my sea fishing I must admit I really enjoy driving across the country to visit the UK’s Lake District, beautiful scenery but more importantly some nice fishing. By UK standards these are quite big lakes so somet...
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probando una caña de inchiku al vivo
Bueno, tras mucho tiempo sin escribir por esta vía, este año 2017 tengo intención de utilizarla mucho para contar algunas de mis experiencias. En este caso con mi Jackson kayak krakén élite 15.5 me disponía a hacer una prueba a una caña de inchiku,...
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Paddling in the Winter
It’s that time of year again! The dreaded winter, when the rivers are all dormant and it’s cold. Really cold. But here’s the real question; How do you keep you skills up so you don’t forget how to kayak? 1. Go to your pool sessions!...
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According to experts at Ohio State you should chew soft foods 5-10 times and denser foods, like meats and vegetables, 30 times before swallowing. Does anyone actually do that? Maybe it’s because we bite off more than we can chew? It’s part of the Ameri...
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Photo of the Day | Jens Klatt
Sam Sutton, Double Drop, Teigdalselvi, Norway Jens Klatt jensklatt.com @jensklattphoto Jens Klatt is a freelance photographer from Augsburg, Germany, who started the craft of making photos in hopes of communicating his fascination with whitewater to his no...
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Week in Review: January 20, 2016
The best in the business beater reel And it looks very painful Sometimes snow kayaking is really fun And sometimes this happens Check out the trailer for The Canoe Can’t wait for the full film Torryd dropped a banger Check out he fourth installment o...
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I wanted to share a short video of my first five years kayaking and three years at Jackson Kayak. It start with me learning how to wet exit from my pink Fun 1 in the pool and then progresses to me learning how to roll and surf on the Ottawa river in my Sho...
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My First Musky Hunt
(rigging our kayaks at the launch) My first musky fishing trip resulted in my fellow unnamed anglers and I catching no musky. Apparently, that is just something you have to get used to when you go musky fishing in creeks and rivers. This day, the four of u...
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Every single person I ask on our journey – from shuttle driver to ranch worker, from park employee to waitress to hotel owner – thinks the wall is a really stupid idea. Many admitted to voting for Trump, but added that the wall should never happen. The...
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According to experts at Ohio State you should chew soft foods 5-10 times and denser foods, like meats and vegetables, 30 times before swallowing. Does anyone actually do that? Maybe it’s because we bite off more than we can chew? It’s part of the Ameri...
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UNFILTERED: Corran Addison
At the very least, count on Corran Addison to shake things up. The brash, innovative, and often-controversial designer of the late ‘90s and early 2000s is back. Addison more or less disappeared from whitewater kayaking in the mid 2000s after a storied ca...
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A footwear company won the title, hands down. LUNA Sandals was named the overall winner of the fifth-annual American Made Outdoor Gear Award, sponsored by Kokatat, as announced at this year’s Outdoor Retailer Winter Market in Salt Lake City, UT. Open to ...
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A punctured tube took the air out of their record plans. Rowing a 48-foot custom cataraft built for speed, on Jan. 14 eight paddlers from Colorado, including six members of the U.S. Rafting Team, fell short on their quiet bid to set a new speed record down...
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Photo of the Day | David Jackson
Mike Ranta on the Ottawa River outside of Canada’s capital in the early morning before continuing downstream on his solo, single season traverse of Canada from West to East. David Jackson exploredavidjackson.com @davidjackson__ “I grew up a little ...
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And so it begins….
One of the first thing I do in the new year is to start putting all of the upcoming tournaments, events meets and social’s into the diary. In the UK it is now impossible to attend everything because there is just too much, but I do my best to get to ...
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The Antix Large, big guys rejoice!
It has been a real treat to finally get some time in my production large antix. After having boated the medium prototypes my mind was extremely hopeful, excited, and nervous to get my hands on the large. The fact is that until you actually get to boat the ...
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Last adventure for 2016
Started the year off right with my personal best striped bass at 37 inches. Didn’t come close to breaking that but had a great time trying while chasing line sides. Was introduced to a new fishery over the winter  holiday season and fell in love...
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Last week, I attended the Outdoor Retailer Winter Market in Salt Lake City, Utah. I was on the lookout for new water and camping gear as I navigated the stalls of the bustling trade show. The food trucks were live, the music was loud (in some areas), and ...
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Video: Mekong’s 4000 Islands
George Younger, a whitewater kayaker from the UK, spent several months exploring the whitewater of the lower Mekong River. Long after the river has lost most of its gradient on its path from Tibet to the sea, the Mekong gives one last hurrah as it pours ov...
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Photo of the Day | Aaron Peterson
Kristen Peterson explores the icy shoreline in spring on Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Aaron Peterson aaronpeterson.net @aaronpetersonphoto Just as Aaron Peterson points out that Lake Superior “is the dominant feature of the Upper Midwest and defines...
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Rolling into January
Hello Everyone! Hope you guys enjoyed the holidays! For the past 3 years during the month of January, Cullman City Parks and Recreation has hosted a roll clinic/ open pool session for paddlers of all skill levels. What started as a group of 4-5 paddlers a ...
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Top 5 Smallmouth Lures of 2016
My Top Smallmouth Lures of 2016 We as anglers enjoy the mental aspect of fishing, almost as much as the physical thrill of a jarring hookset. Placing together the pieces of a puzzle in order to have a successful day on the water can be very rewarding. All...
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Trials at Sea
I’ve been in similar situations and quit. That’s how I know that regret lasts longer than hardship and cold. The post Trials at Sea appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine.
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Here is my Interview with Crispin Powley, Strike King Sales Manager, and fishing super star.     “I got to know you as the Sales Manager for Strike King Lure Company, seeing you at trade shows, etc..    But you have had your share...
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There are a lot of good reasons to bring a power bank on your next river trip, and it’s nice to have an option that is lightweight, compact, and durable. The Lander Cascade Power Bank and Goal Zero Venture 30 Recharger fit that bill. ($50, www.lander...
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Traci Lynn Martin, a 49-year-old registered nurse in Kansas City, Missouri, wanted a new paddling goal—an ambitious one. And what could be more ambitious than setting a world record? So Martin went to the world record people, Guinness, and looked up padd...
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In his new book, Canoe & Kayak contributing editor Jon Turk reflects on how a lifetime of expeditions have shaped a personal “consciousness revolution”—a shift towards a reciprocal relationship with the natural world he’s convinced all of human...
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Photo of the Day | Ryan Creary
Conor Mihell, Armstrong, ON Ryan Creary ryancreary.com @ryancreary After getting a taste for paddling during his university semesters in Ontario and summers spent guiding sea kayak trips back home in New Brunswick, Ryan Creary headed west to the Canadian R...
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LLEGAR Y TOPAR
Pues lo dicho, una mañana de invierno en las que me voy a pescar antes de trabajar eché mi kayak al agua antes de que saliera el sol, una rápidamente me dispuse a coger el cebo vivo a utilizar y cuando lo tenía me dirigí directamente al pesquero. Una...
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Kayaking Goals for 2017 and Beyond!
  2016 has come and gone so quickly. It is the time again to set my goals for the next year. I like to use goal triangle to help me prioritize my goals. At the top there is your ultimate goal. The level below is the requirements to achieve. Then the b...
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There is a new kayak fishing tournament and a new resource for kayak anglers in the state of Alabama. As with most of the rest of the United States, fishing from a kayak is only getting more and more popular in Alabama. With ten active kayak fishing clubs ...
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Photo of the Day | John Rathwell
Joel Kowalski in Butchers Knife on the Ottawa River in Beachburg, ON, CAN. John Rathwell johnrathwell.com @johnrathwell John Rathwell is a self-taught Ottawa-based photographer who immerses viewers in captured moments and scenes. “I strive to create imag...
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Cracking the Zevenhuizer Code Part 3
It is summer 2016. Again I am fishing my home water. The Zevenhuizer Lake near Rotterdam. This spring I did not have that much time to spend in the fishing yak and this will be the 3rd attempt this year to catch a bigger pike. Definitely they are there, I ...
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Paying the Rent
Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to pay cash for everthing and own it outright? Some folks can do that…I can’t,  so I like millions of other Americans, have had to or are renting something. I’ve never been happy about renting anything but out of...
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Sight-sea-kayak-ing: Baja Mexico
Sight-sea-kayak-ing: Baja Mexico Why do you sea kayak? Do you just enjoy paddling flatwater? These are questions that I often get when unloading my brightly colored sea kayak from the roof of my SUV. These are the reasons that I load up that long boat and ...
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Wykeham Lakes
Wykeham lakes are a complex situated near Scarborough in the north of England. It has various lakes, and one very special one being the predator lake. This contains some really big pike going upto 30lb, and quite a few 20lb+ fish. The predator lake is open...
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Rivière Rouge
Do you love waterfalls that are low stress? Do you love the feeling of falling through the air? If you enjoy the weightlessness of falling and low stress drops, I have the perfect destination river for you! The Rouge, or Rivière Rouge in French, is locate...
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Fit 2 Fish: The Kettlebell Swing
In the first installment of FIT 2 FISH we demonstrated the benefits of the deadlift for overall body strength and conditioning.  While being a near perfect exercise for general strength and fitness, some people may not have access to a gym or the nece...
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Loch ken 2016.
Loch Ken in south west Scotland is a truly beautiful place. It has some hidden gems lurking in its depths in the form of pike and even more so, perch. Finding them is a different matter entirely as the loch is 10 miles long and these fish are as wild as th...
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Spinnerbaits for every situation
Now I know there is some debate on spinnerbaits when it comes to some fishermen. Some fisherman will not even throw a spinnerbait because it’s “too easy to catch fish on” and then there are some fishermen (like myself) that love these baits and enjoy...
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Local Water…Mostly
This year has been a season of wringing every last drop of fun out of my local whitewater paddling spots with a few trips squeezed in as well. I’ve met yet again the nicest, most fun people from all over who love kayaking and adventures just as much as I...
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Week in Review: January 13, 2017
California is getting some serious rain Which has led to some unusual kayaking destinations A solid year for Trent McCrerey Check it out! Substantial Media House is back This may be what the kids call “fire” Safety first! Unless you want to tak...
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Photo of the Day | John Webster
Seth Stoenner, Connor Herdt, and Will Rudisill bush whack down Hard Creek Falls. Idaho Backcounty. John Webster webstermediahouse.com @johnjwebster Adventure photographer John Webster began shooting whitewater on Idaho’s Payette River six years ago. Duri...
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Today, we filed an appeal of the issuance of a permit for LCT Energy LLC’s Rustic Ridge #1 mine with the Environmental Hearing Board. The Rustic Ridge deep mine, located in the Indian Creek sub-basin of the Youghiogheny River watershed, spans nearly 3,00...
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