Here, the owners of Body, Boat, Blade on Washington’s Orca Island, take you through the intricacies of the stern pry and draw.
Here, the owners of Body, Boat, Blade on Washington’s Orca Island, take you through the intricacies of the low-brace turn.
Here, the owners of Body, Boat, Blade on Washington’s Orca Island, take you through the intricacies of edging your kayak as first seen in the July 2010 issue of Canoe and Kayak magazine.
A look at some of the country’s top paddling schools
World Champion kayaker Ken Whiting explains that the rudder isn’t just there to help you turn your kayak. It’s principal purpose is actually very different and relates to a key boat handling characteristic that all paddlers should understand.
Shane Benedict explains key techniques to an effective boof.
Brad Ludden describes his exercise regime
Paddling like Greg Barton takes years of practice and precise technique.
Learn the Lingo – A Glossary of Uncommon Paddling Terms first appeared in Beginner’s Guide ’07
This article first appeared in Canoe & Kayak Magazine June 2006
It’s embarrassing, but I fall in the water more often launching or landing, with everyone watching, than when I’m farther from shore. You too? These tips may help minimize your shoreline antics.
How to keep bugs out of your forward paddling stroke….now how to get them out of your bed is another story.
The Chihuanhuan desert in the Lone Star States Big Bend area offers superb paddling…and a little danger to spice it up.
If you worry that a canoe is too unstable, applying these pointers will replace your anxiety with confidence.
Learn the C-stroke on flatwater, and your newly refined skill will increase your precision without sacrificing speed.
Is Your Kayak Ready for the New Season? Following These Tips Will Ensure That it is.