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San Marcos Store
This will most likely be one of my most confusing and somewhat controversial blogs yet, so please bear with me. Since we’re getting closer to the summer season, the question about the legality of river access here in Texas (and other states for that matter) has become a hot topic in our store.
Lately I’ve been on a binge of purchasing products THAT ACTUALLY WORK! For years, especially in this economy, I spent my money on bargain products only to discover that these products either didn’t work well or simply didn’t last.
ACK recently attended the 2011 Alamo Chapter National Wild Turkey Federation Banquet. The event was held in San Antonio where over 200 members and guests attended making it a great success.
We recently participated in the 25th Annual Great Texas River Clean-Up (San Marcos River Clean-Up). Folks from all over Texas joined forces in what is known as the world’s longest river clean up.
For me kayak fishing is not just a hobby or an activity to pass time, but an obsession. I am always on the water whenever I have a few hours to spare.
A simple anchor float is rarely an item of discussion when talking about paddling gear. However when kayaking on a less than perfect day it can really save you from losing your gear, especially if you are in a kayak in less-than-perfect conditions.
It’s 29˚F outside and I can’t help but feel that chill creeping into our store. Sure, I’m wearing two jackets, jeans, a hoodie, beanie and a hat but what’s really keeping me warm are the Grabber Hand and Toe Warmers.
On Friday, January 7th, San Marcos ACK held an informal seminar with Chris Roberts. Chris has a long history in the paddle sports industry.
If you’ve stopped by any of our stores here in Texas, you can easily see why some call this “truck country”, seems like every other vehicle that pulls up into our parking lot is a truck. Of course, this is because if you own a truck chances are you probably plan to use it to haul your kayak.