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Not all paddles are created equal. Once you’ve taken your pick of a yak, deciding on a paddle to compliment your boat and fit your needs is the next step.
Recently I took a trip to Minnesota to try out snowshoeing for the first time as part of my ACK Go Play Day, an initiative that encourages employees to experience the outdoors. Well, shortly after landing, it hit me that I would be nearby one of our biggest suppliers of kayak and canoe paddles, Bending Branches & Aqua-Bound!
With the growing popularity of the Native Watercraft Slayer 12, we decided it was about time we put together an all inclusive package to help you get out on the water with just the right gear that will get you fishing as quickly and as easily as possible! The Native Watercraft Slayer 12 Kayak Fishing Package comes with the Native Watercraft Slayer 12, a Bending Branches Slice Glass Kayak Paddle, a Stohlquist Fisherman PFD, two Installed Flush Mount Rod Holders, one installed Scotty Bait Caster Rod Holder, one Square Outfitting Plate and a Bungee Paddle Leash.
You’ve shared your love of the outdoors with your kids and now you can’t get ’em out of the boat and off the trail. You’ve started them down the long path of an outdoor enthusiast and if they’ll be spending more time joining you on your adventures, they need their own gear!
We’ve partnered with our friends at Venturepax.com to challenge you to share your kayaking adventures!
A continuation of our featured KATS sponsors blogs that we will add to through the coming weeks. We appreciate all the support they have provided us over the series!
With spring upon us, we’ve brought in some exciting new products so that you can best take advantage of this year’s outdoor season. We try to make a habit of adding items as often as we can based on our customer’s demand and as a result our inventory is always expanding.
Most of you probably own a paddle or two and already take advantage of what is commonly referred to as feathering but there is a good possibility that some of you don’t. For those unfamiliar with the term “feathering”, it’s the action of positioning your blades at opposite angles to one another to reduce the wind resistance while paddling.