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One of the most common question we receive is “what size kayak paddle do I need”. Having the right size paddle is one of the most important factors in having an enjoyable day out on the water. Using the wrong sized paddle can result in fatigue, blisters, and may ultimately cause you to give up kayaking. Then you would stop reading our blogs and that would make us sad.
Having the right shoes for paddling can make or break your day out on the water. Always remember when selecting your shoes that it’s important for your shoes to dry quickly, stay lightweight, and most of all, be comfortable. Look at what paddling activities you’ll be doing and consider an option that will meet your specific needs.
Similar to kayak fishing, hunting from your kayak will allow you to get to remote spots on the water that you may not be able to reach by wading or by boat. Though it takes a good amount of planning and some unique pieces of gear, I can almost guarantee this different style of hunting will be a new personal favorite for you too.
One after another, cold fronts keep knocking on our front doors. For many, the doors are already wide open but don’t let the cooler temperatures keep you from kayaking this Fall – but do it with care.
If you take the proper precautions for preparing your gear and planning out the trip, kayak camping can be one of the most rewarding experiences for any adventure seeker. Whether you’re an avid paddler or and expert car camper, take your adventures to the next level and get a group of friends together for a kayak camping trip!
As one of the fastest growing recreational kayak activities, kayak fishing has moved up the totem pole to attract all types of anglers from around the world. Whether you’re itching to get away from the bank and onto the water or you’re ready to down size from that power boat, fishing from a kayak may be your answer.
At the risk of sounding like a broken record, we can’t overstate the importance of sun protection in the summer. The reality of the paddlesports world is that you’re adventuring where there’s little shade to shield you from the sun’s gaze and the unrelenting glare off of the water.