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At the Hobie Worlds, Fishing is Secondary - A look into the heart and mind of Jay Wallen during his trip to Sweden for Hobie's Fishing World Tournament

I am not sure what I had in my mind when I found out Sweden was going to be the location for Hobie Fishing Worlds 7. I had these mental images of mountains, ice, snow and freezing cold temperatures. It couldnt have been further from that. The last leg of my journey there began with The post At the Hobie Worlds, Fishing is Secondary appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine. ...


Rob Choi with Potential World Record 53lb Redfish - Virginia based kayak angler Rob Choi lands potentially record-setting redfish from his kayak while flyfishing.

Rob Choi has recently submitted his application for a world record red drum caught fly fishing to the International Game Fish Association (IGFA) while on his Old Town kayak. If approved, the 53lb red drum will replace the previous record of 41 lbs. Choi is no stranger to the kayak fishing community. He is a The post Rob Choi with Potential World Record 53lb Redfish appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine. ...


EXPEDITION PLANNING 101: FOOD FOR THE LONG HAUL - Part 3 in a Series on Planning and Executing an Epic Paddling Expedition for any Skill Level

This short course in successful food prep for expeditions comes down to a single phrase: Dry your own! Pick up a food dehydrator and start experimenting. The upside Take control of your backcountry diet, ensure variety, save money, and eat like you do at home on the trail. Theres nothing worse than being three days The post EXPEDITION PLANNING 101: FOOD FOR THE LONG HAUL appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine. ...


Waterpalooza 2018 - Hundreds come to be part of one of the biggest outdoor events of the summer.

Waterpalooza started five years ago when Joel and Janis Martin, a Central Tennessean family came up with the idea to create a community centered outing. They wanted to allow customers to demo various kayaks, SUP boards and other watercraft. What started as a small demo day eventually grew into a highly anticipated event, drawing in large crowds The post Waterpalooza 2018 appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine. ...


7 Interesting People Protecting Rivers for Paddling - On the scene at River Rally 2018, River Network's annual gathering of waterway stakeholder-protectors

Rivers are the lungs of our ecosystem. In the spring they take a big breath, fill with water, and slowly exhale throughout the year. That is, if they are functioning right. Mike Fiebig, Conservation Director for the Northern Rockies with American Rivers, passionately paints a picture of the diverse roles rivers play in our ecosystem, The post 7 Interesting People Protecting Rivers for Paddling appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine. ...


California-to-Hawaii Kayaker in Critical, Stable Condition - R.W. Hand's fourth attempt to recreate Ed Gillet's historic 1987 crossing takes a tragic, immediate turn with emergency rescue

R.W. Hands fourth attempt to recreate Ed Gillets historic 1987 crossing takes a tragic, immediate turn The post California-to-Hawaii Kayaker in Critical, Stable Condition appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine. ...


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At the Hobie Worlds, Fishing is Secondary - A look into the heart and mind of Jay Wallen during his trip to Sweden for Hobie's Fishing World Tournament

I am not sure what I had in my mind when I found out Sweden was going to be the location for Hobie Fishing Worlds 7. I had these mental images of mountains, ice, snow and freezing cold temperatures. It couldnt have been further from that. The last leg of my journey there began with The post At the Hobie Worlds, Fishing is Secondary appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine. ...


Rob Choi with Potential World Record 53lb Redfish - Virginia based kayak angler Rob Choi lands potentially record-setting redfish from his kayak while flyfishing.

Rob Choi has recently submitted his application for a world record red drum caught fly fishing to the International Game Fish Association (IGFA) while on his Old Town kayak. If approved, the 53lb red drum will replace the previous record of 41 lbs. Choi is no stranger to the kayak fishing community. He is a The post Rob Choi with Potential World Record 53lb Redfish appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine. ...


EXPEDITION PLANNING 101: FOOD FOR THE LONG HAUL - Part 3 in a Series on Planning and Executing an Epic Paddling Expedition for any Skill Level

This short course in successful food prep for expeditions comes down to a single phrase: Dry your own! Pick up a food dehydrator and start experimenting. The upside Take control of your backcountry diet, ensure variety, save money, and eat like you do at home on the trail. Theres nothing worse than being three days The post EXPEDITION PLANNING 101: FOOD FOR THE LONG HAUL appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine. ...


Waterpalooza 2018 - Hundreds come to be part of one of the biggest outdoor events of the summer.

Waterpalooza started five years ago when Joel and Janis Martin, a Central Tennessean family came up with the idea to create a community centered outing. They wanted to allow customers to demo various kayaks, SUP boards and other watercraft. What started as a small demo day eventually grew into a highly anticipated event, drawing in large crowds The post Waterpalooza 2018 appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine. ...


7 Interesting People Protecting Rivers for Paddling - On the scene at River Rally 2018, River Network's annual gathering of waterway stakeholder-protectors

Rivers are the lungs of our ecosystem. In the spring they take a big breath, fill with water, and slowly exhale throughout the year. That is, if they are functioning right. Mike Fiebig, Conservation Director for the Northern Rockies with American Rivers, passionately paints a picture of the diverse roles rivers play in our ecosystem, The post 7 Interesting People Protecting Rivers for Paddling appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine. ...


California-to-Hawaii Kayaker in Critical, Stable Condition - R.W. Hand's fourth attempt to recreate Ed Gillet's historic 1987 crossing takes a tragic, immediate turn with emergency rescue

R.W. Hands fourth attempt to recreate Ed Gillets historic 1987 crossing takes a tragic, immediate turn The post California-to-Hawaii Kayaker in Critical, Stable Condition appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine. ...


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