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Salt water kayaking is a growing activity. While surfboards have their place riding the waves around the world, it was only a matter of time before someone chose to try out a kayak.

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Posted In Canoe Accessories and Equipment on Thursday, August 16th 2018
Packs have been around since the days of the settlers and Indians. There are many different types and styles all with their own virtues and cons.
Posted In Canoe Accessories and Equipment on Wednesday, August 15th 2018
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Posted In Canoe Accessories and Equipment on Wednesday, August 15th 2018
While helmets are considered mandatory for some sports such as ATV
Posted In Canoe Accessories and Equipment on Wednesday, August 15th 2018
Salt water kayaking is a growing activity. While surfboards have their place riding the waves around the world, it was only a matter of time before someone chose to try out a kayak.
Posted In Canoe Accessories and Equipment on Wednesday, August 15th 2018
While kayaks and canoes tend to be used during the daylight hours negotiating the moving rivers and streams they frequent, they are not excluded from the occasional night time excursion.
Posted In Canoe Accessories and Equipment on Tuesday, August 14th 2018
The whistle is a unique device that has one universal purpose. It gets attention loud and clear. Police use them, ringmasters use them and boaters use them.
Posted In Canoe Accessories and Equipment on Tuesday, August 14th 2018
There are many things you can do with a simple waterproof tarp. You can make a suitable ground cover, or a wind break, or cover your gear.
Posted In Canoe Accessories and Equipment on Monday, August 13th 2018
One of the most widely used and commonly known backpacks for canoeing is called the Duluth pack.
Posted In Canoe Accessories and Equipment on Sunday, August 12th 2018
Submersible flashlights are an indispensable item for canoes, kayaks, and boaters.
Posted In Canoe Accessories and Equipment on Thursday, August 9th 2018
Rope is one of those things that it seems to lend a sense of security to any outdoor activity, especially on the water