KATS Event #2 – O.H. Ivie I’ve been trying really hard to start writing this without jumping immediately into the food at Concho Park Marina, so we’ll get back to… The post KATS Event #2 – O.H. Ivie Recap appeared first on The ACK Blog.
I have been exploring the Texas Hill Country rivers and have yet to be disappointed. Most of these rivers are spring fed and run through beds of limestone which actually… The post Hill Country Paddling appeared first on The ACK Blog.
My toes were cold. The thermostat in my house read 45 degrees. We had been without power for a week. Add to that no running water, no internet, more snow… The post Making Your Own Assessment – Recon In A Kayak appeared first on The ACK Blog.
Learning a few basic concepts about composition can really take your photos to the next level. The rule of thirds is one of the most basic rules of composition and is… The post Photo Tips for the Water – The Rule of Thirds appeared first on The ACK Blog.
I have a lot of friends that are asking me about what all it takes to successfully, and comfortably, do some river camping trips. Most people have experience either camping,… The post River Camping 101 appeared first on The ACK Blog.
If you’ve heard of Diablo Paddlesports Kayaks, you know two things. First it’s a Texas household name and second the stability of these hybrid SUP kayaks are unmatched. Designed… The post Diablo Paddlesports Kayaks appeared first on The ACK Blog.
Each year in late winter and early spring one of my favorite “runs” begins here in South East Texas, the White Bass run. When the fishing is excellent you… The post White Bass Run appeared first on The ACK Blog.
The San Marcos is one river that I hold dear to my heart. I grew up paddling this river and it grew my love for kayaking that I have now… The post River Trippin’ the San Marcos appeared first on The ACK Blog.