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Saving China’s Salween River, One Trip at a Time

This story first appeared in the August 2014 issue of Canoe & Kayak. Photos and Story by Will Stauffer-Norris This is the fourth pig carcass that has washed up in Dead Pig Eddy. The bloated creature rocks gently up and down against the beach about 10 feet away from our brewing morning coffee. The pig […]

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Today, Sept. 12, Is River Lobby Day

09.12.2006

Today, Sept. 12, is River Lobby Day in Washington, DC! As you read this, more than 130 river activists from across the country are walking the halls of Congress, meeting face-to-face with their elected officials, and delivering a message about the need to protect and restore rivers in our communities. Join them in your very […]

Win a Pelican Case

09.08.2006

Pelican is interested in your game habits, and they’re giving away a brand new 1510 airline carryon case for your help. Just fill out this short survey and you’ll be entered in a drawing for the case. One entry per person please, and we’ll draw on or about Oct. 16. Your answers will be aggregated […]

Whitewater World Cup Rocks On

09.08.2006

With the Whitewater Kayaking Freestyle World Cup well underway, 120 international competitors are headed from the first World Cup site on the Ottawa River to Watertown, NY to compete in the Blackwater Challenge, World Cup #2, September 8-10. “A half-hour show is being produced here on the Black River, to be aired in December on […]

Idiot’s Guide to Canoeing and Kayaking

09.06.2006

If you’re just getting started in paddlesports and don’t really know where to begin, this is the book for you! Written by former Canoe & Kayak magazine editor Dennis Stuhaug, the book offers easy-to-understand, detailed iinstructions for everything from choosing your first boat, to outfitting it just right for your intended purposes, to tackling the […]

Day on the Bay

09.06.2006

The way that Day on the Bay Services owner Captain James Arnold throws himself into his outfitting business, you’d never guess the man is, by his own telling, “semi-retired.”

Selling Fishing Kayaks

09.06.2006

Fishing for Paddlers Over the last 5 years numerous fishing-oriented kayak designs have come to market. By Mike Kogan first appedared in Paddle Sports Business Kayak fishing is striking a nerve deep in the paddlesports industry-it is the largest growth sector of the fishing and paddlesports markets and its impact is like two huge waves […]

Kayak Shed

09.06.2006

The Kayak Shed – Hood River’s Resource By Mike Kord Two adventure-seekers are driving into town on a perfect summer day. The temperature posted on a digital thermometer reads 88 degrees. In many western towns east of the Cascade Mountain Range, it would figure to see a couple of mountain bikes on top of the […]

Profile of Jackson Kayaks

09.06.2006

Jackson Kayaks – It’s All About Family By Adem Tepedelen Eric “EJ” Jackson approaches the family-owned whitewater kayak company that bears his name with the same intensity and commitment that made him a world freestyle champion. Listening to him describe the way Jackson Kayak, based in Rock Island, Tennessee, has grown-spouting facts and figures to […]

EJ Posts from World Cup

09.01.2006

August 31, 2006 – The Inaugural World Cup for Freestyle Kayaking is only 1 day from being officially open. While most competitors are here training already, it seems that people are pulling in every day. Last night at 2am there were about 5 cars parked at the Garberator and people training like it was noon. […]

Jack Osbourne’s Back As a Kayaker

09.01.2006

Jack Osbourne, the son of Ozzie, shed pounds and his rocker lifestyle and tackled climbing El Capitan in 2005, an effort documented in the television show Jack Osbourne Adrenaline Junkie. Now, he’s taking on a kayaking challenge: paddling the Kaituna River’s Class 5 waterfall – the highest commercially rafted waterfall in the world. His adventure […]

Profile: Tao Berman

09.01.2006

By Mike Kord first appeared in August 2006 Canoe and Kayak For someone who doesn’t care what people say about him—and Tao Berman insists he does not—he spends plenty of time talking about it. “It doesn’t bother me when people criticize me,” Berman says. “I just understand that that is part of what I do. […]

Kayaking Toronto

09.01.2006

By Stephen Lew first appeared in May 2006 Canoe and Kayak Like many who live in Toronto but play outdoors, I’ve learned to brave the commute on crowded, polluted highways with the hope that my secret oasis hasn’t been developed into a Cottage Country suburb. And now, I’m floating in the middle of a lush […]

Recycle Kayaks at Gauley Fest

08.31.2006

If you are looking for a way to dial into the sustainable living lifestyle, now’s your chance to climb aboard and donate your old kayak, with proceeds benefiting American Whitewater. Here’s how it works: Bring your beat-up old kayak, or those buried in a pile in your backyard, to the Liquidlogic Kayaks booth. Grab an […]

Artists and Scientists Explore by Canoe

08.30.2006

Launching from the north end of Indian House Lake on Friday, September 1, 2006, the 12-member international crew includes world-renowned wildlife artist Robert Bateman; Smithsonian Institution anthropologist Dr. Stephen Loring; expedition paddlers, conservationists and photojournalists Gary and Joanie McGuffin; and internationally respected wildlife painters from Canada, the U.S. and the U.K. The crew will paddle […]

Expedition Sea Kayak Review

08.30.2006

By Libby Bliss from August 2006 Canoe and Kayak My first time in a sea kayak, I embarked on a guided 17-day excursion down the coastline from Loreto to La Paz in Baja. As much as I remember the colorful cliff bands and catching and filleting a yellowfin, I also recall how important it was […]

Sea Kayak Paddle Shaft Diameter

08.29.2006

Although the differences in shaft diameters are small, they can affect your blade control.

Kayakers Chosen as Outdoor Idols

08.18.2006

Kayakers Emily Jackson and Rush Sturges are charter members of the Outdoor Idols, new heroes for the next generation with the aim of getting kids outside and active. The Outdoor Industry Foundation (OIF) announced the charter roster of Outdoor Idols at the annual Outdoor Retailer Summer Market, the world’s largest trade show for human-powered outdoor […]

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