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Canoe & Kayak Magazine Newsletter – May 1, 2012

05.01.2012 //

Devil’s Washbowl, Northwest Creeking Competition, Trans-Territorial Canoe Expedition, and Shipping Lane Safety.

Canoe & Kayak Magazine Newsletter – April 17, 2012

04.17.2012 //

Live Slalom Qualifying Results from Charlotte, Kevin Callan’s Wilderness Quest, The Race to Save the Susitna, and Dave and Amy Freeman’s Wilderness Classroom.

Canoe & Kayak Magazine Newsletter – April 3, 2012

04.03.2012 //

Paddling for Peace, Mississippi Lessons, Birchbark Revival, Top Tents Reviewed, and A Ride to Remember.

End Game

03.07.2012 //

Tao Berman has seen big waves like the one bearing down on him now, but never from the seat of his kayak and never while sitting in the impact zone.

How it’s Built:

03.05.2012 //

Sit-on-tops are the quintessential everyman kayak. The SOT is stable, comfortable, maneuverable, durable and cheap. It fits the bill for weekend paddlers, anglers and resort liveries alike.

Behind the Scenes

03.05.2012 //

Inside Kentucky’s National Paddling Film Fest, one of the world’s longest-running paddlesports film festivals. Watch clips from the 2012 festival winners here. Launches

03.02.2012 //

The Squaxin Island Tribe recently launched, an information and news website for the final stop in the 2012 Intertribal Canoe Journey. The website will be the main conduit for public information for one of the largest tribal cultural events in the region.

New From Nova Craft Canoe for 2012

02.27.2012 //

Great things are in the works at Nova Craft for 2012.

Point 65 introduces the revolutionary AIR seat!

02.22.2012 //

Point 65 introduces the revolutionary AIR seat!

Seattle Sports Company Acquires Riverside Cartop Carrier

02.17.2012 //

Seattle Sports is excited to announce the recent acquisition of the assets of Riverside Cartop Carriers, Inc.

Remembering Eric Soares at the Golden Gate Symposium

02.15.2012 //

A key component of the Golden Gate Sea Kayak Symposium will be missing when the annual gathering of intermediate and advanced paddlers begins this Friday in San Francisco.

Sea Kayak Nomad

02.13.2012 //

When a perfect storm of career failure, a deteriorating relationship and a gnawing sense of angst left him adrift, Glenn Charles remembered a few glorious moments he spent in a sit-on-top kayak.

10 Paddlers to Watch in 2012

02.10.2012 //

10 Paddlers to Watch in 2012

Into the Raincoast

02.07.2012 //

The silence is eerie. We’ve stopped paddling completely. Watching and waiting. And watching, and waiting. Paddles down, binoculars up. An overhanging branch shakes high on a towering yellow cedar flanking us on shore. A raptor launches over our sea kayaks and heads up the estuary, the flapping of its wings piercing the silence.

Pelican Announces Key New Hires for 2012, Signs on Two New Sales Agencies

02.06.2012 //

Pelican International, leader in boating innovation and owner of the Pelican, Elie and Lavika brands, is pleased to announce the nomination of four new key members to its Operations, Information Technology and Sales teams and its partnership with two new sales agencies.

Winter project: the DIY wannigan

02.06.2012 //

As someone recently bit by the traditional bug I decided it was high time to build a wannigan or two of my own. The project can easily be completed in a few evenings of work, basic tools and about $25 of materials.

Death of a Wave Warrior

02.02.2012 //

Eric Soares, an author, instructor and co-founding member of the Tsunami Rangers, died suddenly on Wednesday due to complications following a ski accident in Lake Tahoe this week.

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