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I have been a paddler all my life. I fell in love with kayaking at an early age when my father would take me out in the ocean on our trips to the beach. Being out on the water and seeing all the wildlife made a huge impact on me and helped create life-long memories I still have today. As I grew up and was able to make trips myself, I began exploring rivers around central Texas. This is where I really started to get into kayaking. I have found myself in a variety of different kayaks over the years and have just recently had my first experience in a Hobie pedal-drive kayak.
Hi there fellow adventurers! I’m Brysen Trenasty, a proud member of the Hobie Fishing Team. I hope everyone is having a great summer so far! I wanted to share some…
New month, new gear! Keeping up with our new tradition of a monthly product pick blog to help you keep up with our constantly updating inventory, we asked the ACK merchandising team for their input on what to spotlight for May.
Last weekend was a wrap for our 2016 Fall ACK Kayak and Stand-Up Paddleboard Demo Days!
You just got your new kayak and are stoked to hit the water - but wait, how do you take it there? Depending on your needs and budget, there are an overwhelming amount of options out there for you to transport your kayak.
It's a bit painful to admit, but summer is really over. It was cold this morning (only in Texas would 68° be considered cold) and while that may have some thinking it's time to retire the kayaks for the season, this is not at all the case!
ACK is excited to announce that we are now proud carriers of Cloud 10 Gear! All of their essentials are made with a comfortable anti-microbial marine grade foam and solar weave tech-mesh fabric.
We all understand the importance of protecting our skin from the sun, but what have you done lately to protect your kayaks outer layer from those same harmful UV rays? After long periods of time exposed to sunlight, Ultraviolet Radiation can destroy almost anything it comes into contact with.
Full Moon paddle sessions are lesser known excursions for those interested in taking their kayak experience to the next level. Historically, doing much of anything under the glow of a full moon has had mystic connotations associated to it.