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By Shane Benedict of Legacy Paddlesports (Liquid Logic & Native Watercraft), Reposted from Shane’s Logic with Permission. The Development of the Slayer Propel 13 really started when Native Watercraft first developed the pedal drive Propel system in 2008.
If you’ve been following along with ACK social media or regularly reading our blog you’ve probably heard about our warehouse move. If not, this past weekend we began, and mostly completed, the moving process into a new 30,000 square foot warehouse (a 10,000 ft increase).
Meet Big Names of Kayak Fishing at ACK Austin this Weekend I was scrolling through the list of representatives that we have coming to our ACK Austin store this weekend for Demo Days when I realized how many awesome people we have coming together for this event. If you’re a local Austin paddlers who is looking to further your kayak fishing knowledge and skills, you won’t want to miss this event.
The New Kayak Colors Are Here! We’ve been anxiously awaiting the new kayak colors from Native Watercraft and Liquid Logic ever since they announced their wacky new names like Lizard Lick, Gator Bait and Road Cone, along with the more normal names like Blue Lagoon, Hidden Oak and Copperhead.
We’ve all been pretty busy over here at ACK HQ but we’ve recently taken the time to show off some of our favorite products in our ongoing series of In Focus product spotlight videos. We thought we’d dedicate a blog post to highlight what we’ve put in the spotlight recently.
2013 has brought on a new era of fishing kayaks in terms of comfort, stability and innovation as kayak manufacturers continue to get more and more involved with the growing sport. If you’ve been keeping up with our blog, you might’ve caught our post about how Native Watercraft has been taking advantage of social media to take customer input on new kayak designs through a process they call “Automatic for the People”.
Native Watercraft is debuting their Adventure Fishing World Championship this year and we couldn’t be more excited. Taking place in the Florida Everglades, this won’t be your typical kayak fishing tournament as it combines teamwork, navigation, fishing and paddling into one event.