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How to Set Goals to Improve Your Paddling

I’ve been learning how to kayak for 7 years now, and will continue to learn my whole life. I don’t think I will ever be content with my skills as they are, and I’ll always be finding new ones to work on. My paddling career thus far has been a long, arduous learning...

All At One Time

I stood there with the club in my hand grimacing at the shot I had just made. I tried my best to knock the dimples off that golf ball and it went nowhere near where I wanted it to go. My buddy Robert said “it is almost 500 yards and a par 5, you don’t have to get it...
Squirtboating Maine

Squirtboating Maine

The New Wave Vulcan and Shred are repaired and drying in the cellar as paddling season approaches here in Maine. Chuck just sold me the Shred and the Vulcan, my favorite, isn’t even mine. Maybe soon Mike will sell it. These are two of the three squirt boats I...
Flippin’ From A Kayak

Flippin’ From A Kayak

Based on what part of the country you fish in, flippin’ might be something you do all the time or not at all. Living in Florida there are certain times of the year I only bring flipping sticks with me on the kayak. Flipping can be a somewhat of a difficult technique...

Going Rogue on the Rogue!

Back in October, just after the close of permit season, two friends and I headed to the southwest corner of Oregon to hit up the classic Wild & Scenic Rogue river. We were self-supporting the classic 35 mile stretch from Grave Creek to Foster Bar. It’s a...