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I have come to the realization there is a lot more than meets the eye when it comes to rigging and accessorizing your stand-up paddleboard (SUP). The main thing people will notice with almost any traditional SUP is the lack of cargo space.
The sport of kayak fishing is growing so much that off-shoots like kayak crabbing are starting to gain a foot hold as well. We came across a news article spotlighting a California kayak club called the Lost Coast Kayak Anglers who had put on an all-out kayak crabbing tournament.
When it comes to gift-giving, I tend to error on the side of practicality. I don’t want to give you another piece of junk to clutter up your precious, limited space so I try to get something that will see a lot of use and hopefully become something worth treasuring.
The holidays are over, but for many that means it’s soon to be the best time of the year. That’s right, it’s nearly time for the 2013 Winter Boat Shows!
Part of the camping experience is the food you eat while you’re in the outdoors. Maybe you’re a minimalist and only interested in bringing a few meal bars, or maybe you bring your Lodge Logic Dutch Ovens and cook a hearty meal around the fire.
I had the pleasure of testing out the Hobie Mirage Tandem Island (TI) during the ACK demo days back in September. While I was testing the TI out on the lake, I could not help but compare it to the Hobie Mirage Adventure Island (AI) which I had paddled/sailed before.
I recently had the chance to take out my Ride 115 on the Colorado River (Little Webberville, Texas). It’s always a pleasure to take this kayak out, I truly love it.