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The Hurricane Riders: October Sessions

01.13.2011

Another video from British Columbia’s big-boat and big water crew

Anton Immler’s World Record Drop (in a Dinghy)

01.12.2011

By Tim Mutrie Published: January 12, 2011 Swedish paddler Anton Immler is claiming a world record waterfall drop… in a Kmart-style dingy. See for yourself. Meanwhile, since word of world record waterfall drops travels fast—even if things get lost in translation coming all the way from Chile—we decided to look back at the real historic […]

Roadtrip Report

01.02.2011

Family canoeing with the Ford Edge

Revisiting the Hendri Coetzee Tragedy

12.21.2010

By Joe Carberry Published: December 21, 2010 During the first week of December, Canoe & Kayak reported that legendary South African expedition kayaker Hendri Coetzee disappeared on the Lakuga River, a tributary of the Congo in Africa, after being attacked by a crocodile. His body has still not been recovered. Coetzee and his paddling partners, […]

VirtualCoach: The Stern Rudder, Low Brace Turn, That On-Edge Feeling

11.12.2010

Mastering sea paddling’s do everything stroke

October Hurricane Sessions Trailer

10.27.2010

For the Vancouver-based Hurricane Riders, it just means adding another layer. C&K checks in with the hard-charging sea kayak posse that refuses to use shorter boats.

Freya: Why Not Australia?

10.22.2010

C&K’s Adventurer of the Year Reflects on the Beauty and Challenge of her Australian Circumnavigation

Hurricane Riders: The Documentary

08.11.2010

Our favorite British Columbia sea kayaking posse, the Hurricane Riders, is at it again. This time they’re working on a full length documentary. We can’t help but get stoked by these guys and their antics. Here’s a teaser and an introduction to arguably the baddest group of ocean kayakers on the planet.

Kayak Fishing Tales: How to BBQ Fish and Simple Salsa Videos

07.09.2010

Matt Moyer is a pro kayak angler and the executive chef at LaJolla Country Club. In this episode, Matt explains how to barbecue fish to perfection.

Get yer Game On

05.21.2010

Kayak Fishing: GAME ON 2 follows Jim Sammons and his crew all over North America and beyond. Jim battles a 120 lb tuna in Panama, hunts musky on a 6-day whitewater kayak fishing trip in Canada, and chases yellowtail in the exposed waters off Baja. Plus, Montana, Texas and more. It’s on sale now.

How to Choose the BEST Fishing Kayak

04.30.2010

Wanna’ get into kayak fishing? There’s are a lot of fishing kayaks to choose from. In this episode of Kayak Fishing Tales, Ken Whiting explains how to select the right fishing kayak for your unique needs. Watch How to Choose the BEST Fishing Kayak video.

CK On Assignment Mississippi Wandering

04.08.2010

In November, C&K Associate Editor Dave Shively and Art Director Robert Zaleski paddled more than 100 miles on the great Mississippi River from Helena, Arkansas to Arkansas City. Along the way they dodged whirlpools and barges, camped on the expansive sandy beaches left from the receding water and most importantly, met some iconic characters. Here […]

The Paddling Season

04.07.2010

Paddling videographer Bryan Smith introduces us to his friend Paul Kuthe, a canoeing/sea kayaking/whitewater paddling everyman with a poignant story and a plan for this season—to paddle the Butze tidal rapids in British Columbia. This is the first of three episodes.

Ain’t Louie Fest 2010

03.23.2010

“As part of its new Canoe Movie, Lunch Video Magazine visited the Ain’t Louie Fest on the Tellico River in Tennessee-named for the incomparable Michael “Louis” Lewis http://www.canoekayak.com/canoe/michael-louie-lewis/. Viva la open boat!”

Birthright By Sean Mullens

03.04.2010

One man’s journey transcends paddling. This touching short film by Sean Mullens should make us all proud to be paddlers.

This is Canoeing

02.18.2010

Justine Curgenven follows up her popular sea kayaking video series with This is Canoeing, an artistic look at one of Earth’s oldest paddling crafts. See more at cackletv.com

Let Us Never Forget About the French

02.17.2010

As paddlers in North America, with all our Eric Jackson’s and Tao Berman’s, it’s easy to forget about the European whitewater influence.

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