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Gifts by Anglers: Sight Line Provisions - a Texan fishing enthusiast with a passion for crafting leather goods

In the crowded halls of ICAST, I came across a booth that caught my eye, something different from the others. Sight Line Provisions stood out in the small corner booth, with hundreds of crafted leather creations stamped with various metals. I walked up and immediately shook Edgar’s hand, I needed to know more. Edgar spoke The post Gifts by Anglers: Sight Line Provisions appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine. ...


Gifts by Anglers: Bold Coast Burns - a waterman's passion for crafting wooden art, explained in this Q&A segment

Dylan Stewart is a wood burning artist inspired from spearfishing his local Maine coastline. Kayak Fish was able to catch him in a break between time in the studio and dive trips to talk about his passion project, Bold Coast Burns. KF: So, I came across your Bold Coast Burns Instagram profile and have seen your The post Gifts by Anglers: Bold Coast Burns appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine. ...


Gifts by Anglers: Give to a cause - Charitable donations to organizations that make a difference in the angling community.

In the season of giving, there are numerous organizations that put forth excellent work. Out of the numerous charitable organizations available, we have put together our top three selections. 1) Project Healing Waters: Healing Waters is dedicated to the physical and emotional rehabilitation of disabled active military service personnel and disabled veterans through fly fishing The post Gifts by Anglers: Give to a cause appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine. ...


Fluid Transitions for Veterans - Veterans and outdoor industry professionals float Big Bend National Park to answer one question: How to hire more vets

Words and photography by Morgan Mason The sparse desert landscape fills the horizon. Limestone canyon walls erupt 1,500 feet up from the banks of the meandering Rio Grande, the aquatic border between the United States and Mexico. Here in Big Bend National Park, 10 U.S. military veterans are soaking it in, spending time wisely. The The post Fluid Transitions for Veterans appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine. ...


THE HAMMER FACTOR x C&K: episode 37 - This week's whitewater paddling podcast covers the national monument reductions and freestyle kayaking

The weekly podcast considered the ‘SportsCenter’ of whitewater paddling dives into the national monument debate and covers freestyle paddling interviewing the new world champ and looking to a legend for some history. The post THE HAMMER FACTOR x C&K: episode 37 appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine. ...


Backcountry Hunters and Anglers: Muddy Southeast Water Access Laws - BHA steps into the arena to fight for public water and land access in the Southeast.

Words by Josh Kaywood, SE Regional BHA Coordinator About a month ago I was talking with Land Tawney, BHA’s president and CEO, when he asked me what I knew about public land issues in Louisiana. Admittedly I didn’t know a lot. I mentioned that Louisiana’s system of law is based on the Napoleonic Code and The post Backcountry Hunters and Anglers: Muddy Southeast Water Access Laws appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine. ...


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