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When most people think of paddling a kayak, they imagine a peaceful morning setting composed of cool misty waters, lush vegetation along the shoreline and the soothing sounds of running water while others may have visions of a memorable family outing on a warm sunny afternoon. What many people don’t realize, or rather may not consider, is that they can utilize a kayak for a daily exercise routine.
Whether you have a seasoned adventurous soul, or you are just getting the itch to get outdoors, paddling can scratch that itch for further exploration. Get outside this New Year, hike new trails, visit new parks and try new activities!
2018 was a heck of a year for KATS! With over 250 anglers and 7 events around Texas, the 25 anglers who qualified for the Classic Championship were excited to battle it out.
Inflatable kayaks are the best they have ever been, offering a full paddling experience at a lower cost and simpler ‘off-water’ logistics.
Similar to kayak fishing, hunting from your kayak will allow you to get to remote spots on the water that you may not be able to reach by wading or by boat. Though it takes a good amount of planning and some unique pieces of gear, I can almost guarantee this different style of hunting will be a new personal favorite for you too.
The 360 Angler from Blue Sky Boatworks is a FISHING MACHINE. The stability is unmatched and it’s included features help outfit your fishing experience without any additional modifications needed.
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!
Kayak camping is the ultimate twist of adventure to spice up your camping game. Paddling to your camp site challenges you to pack light and efficiently while taking you off manmade trails and onto a nearby flowing river.