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ACK Fall Demo Days are right around the corner and we hope you plan to come spend the day with us! We’ve been hosting our demos for 10+ years and it’s always great to see everyone come and enjoy a day on the water.
In technical lingo, the department can be considered “B2B” (business to business), but it is much more than that. We service organizations that help and serve the community, ultimately allowing us to advance our main objective: Getting people outdoors.
One of the best activities at the ACK Demo Days are the free clinics, taught by some of the most knowledgeable and passionate people in the industry. Before heading out to the Demo Days this year, head to our Demo Page to see the full clinic schedule to mark and schedule those you want to attend (it’s like ACL Festival for paddlers).
New month, new gear! No more fear of missing out on the latest and greatest. Keeping up with our new tradition of a monthly product pick blog to help you keep up with our constantly updating site inventory, we asked the ACK merchandising team which products to spotlight for September.
The weather is cooling down and leaves are beginning to change as the perfect season for outdoor activities gets closer. Everyone has their fall traditions, but we encourage you to make the most out of this fall by trying something new!
The 2018 Hobie product line is here! Hobie will be adding two new colors as well as a new spin on an old favorite. Not to mention a BRAND NEW kayak! This new model broadens their already vast fleet of kayaks designed for fun or fishing, while the new colors allow Hobie owners to showcase their personalities.
Get the most out of your kayak fishing experience by creating a personalized set-up catered to your style of fishing. The customizability of the RAM Mounts Product line will allow you to secure your gear, while being ready for anything the day might throw at you.
Check out this Go Play Day from the ACK Houston Store Associate, John Hayes! Last week he spent a night kayak-camping on the Colorado River in Columbus, TX. This was the maiden voyage for his brand-new Tarpon 120, so I was really excited to get it out on the water.
If you ever pulled up to shore after a long day of fishing, got out your kayak, and realized that the deck looked like a yard sell; you might need some help with organization! The rear tank well has always been one of the best places to keep your gear for easy accessibility while using a crate will guarantee your gear doesn’t wander off during your day on the water.