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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 November. The post November Product Picks – 5 Items to Check Out! appeared first on The ACK Blog.
In this blog, Ryan from Bending Branches will be going over the basics of paddling a kayak. He will be covering, hand positioning, basic strokes, and what it means to 'feather' your paddle!
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.
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 October.
When it comes to kayak fishing, our customers take their rigs very seriously. Each angler has a unique set up, catered to their personal style of fishing. Check out this customers Feelfree Moken 12, geared up for a long day of fishing out on the water!
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!
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.