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Eagle Creek: The Long Way

Inside Jacob Cruser and Matt King’s vertical (re-)exploration of Oregon’s Eagle Creek, becoming the first paddlers to link every previously run waterfall in a single trip.

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Baja Seakayaking 101

10.24.2005

By Ted Olingerfirst appeared in Issue 31 Baja (lower) California is a desert peninsula with nearly 2,000 miles of coastline and a jagged mountainous spine running most of its 800-mile length. The peninsula separated from the Mexican mainland along the San Andreas fault 12 million years ago, creating the Gulf of California, also called the […]

Kayak Fishing Forum Added

10.24.2005

Talk about kayak fishing with your buddies here: Kayak Fishing Forum.

Poll-How Old

10.21.2005

Mitchell Paddles Stays In Family

10.21.2005

Peter Mitchell, 26, has been involved with the company for most of his life and has worked there steadily since he graduated from college five years ago. “I’m really excited,” Peggy Mitchell said. “I know Peter has the production skills. I know he knows the product as well as we do-well, I don’t know if […]

Mosley Megadose

10.20.2005

By Mike Kord first appeared in Canoe & Kayak August 2005 The boys from LVMVideo took some cameras down Mosley with them..check out the Mosley Creek video clip …“Combat Paddling at its finest!” We’ve all experienced it in one form or another, the unmistakable hole-in-the-gut feeling after you’ve made a horrible mistake—showing up for class […]

Profile – Rebecca Giddens

10.17.2005

By Mike Kord How about a never-too-late shout-out to NBC for broadcasting the women’s K-1 event at the 2004 Summer Olympics. Viewers nationwide saw American Rebecca Giddens take home the silver medal, and her sheer joy and beaming smile made the moment all the more memorable. But for Giddens, there was more to it than […]

Paddle Swill- Leinenkugel’s Red

10.17.2005

by Mike Kord first appeared in the May 2005 issue I once knew a guy who stayed at the same dead-end job because there was a great teriyaki place down the street from his office. The point is, sometimes you just have to unearth a positive to endure an unfortunate circumstance. I was inspired by […]

Pushing the Envelope

10.17.2005

By Cliff Jacobsen A Canoe & Kayak web-exclusive North Knife River, Manitoba (July, 2005): The water is very high and shore-line eddies are washed out. It is 45 degrees and raining. A rocky island hides two killer falls that lie below. The right falls can be lined; the left must be portaged. The river runs […]

Paddle Swill- Maudite Ale

10.17.2005

The Web site for Quebec brewer Unibroue suggests serving its Maudite Ale with pasta, red meat, stews, and spicy dishes. Which made me wonder, Is the maker of Prilosec their Web master? Indeed, I first tried this red ale after a day of chopping firewood, and Maudite – which contains 8 percent alcohol – went […]

Canoe Paddling – Focus on the Basics

10.14.2005

How to keep bugs out of your forward paddling stroke….now how to get them out of your bed is another story.

Shark Bite

10.14.2005

When the opening notes of the Jaws theme begin, you can’t help but be transported back to a pivotal moment in film lore—images of Bruce the mechanical shark lurk dangerously below the murky waters of your psyche while fear coils effortlessly down your spine. Your only hope is to send out a mental SOS, praying […]

Great Canoe Escapes – Rio Grande

10.14.2005

The Chihuanhuan desert in the Lone Star States Big Bend area offers superb paddling…and a little danger to spice it up.

The Indomitable Eric Soares

10.13.2005

by Mike Kord first appeared in August 2005 issue The anesthesiologist peered down at the patient and said, “You’re going to surgery now. You won’t feel anything, and when you awake, you will feel great.” These were just the right words for Tsunami Rangers cofounder Eric Soares to hear as he prepared to go under […]

Paddlesports Organizations and Non-Profits

10.13.2005

USA Canoe/Kayak. USACK is the national governing body for canoe and kayak racing in the United States. American Whitewater. American Whitewater’s mission is to conserve and restore America’s whitewater resources. U.S. Canoe Association. USCA is a non-profit, educational group to encourage the growth of recreational and competitive paddling. Leave No Trace. The Leave No Trace […]

Clubs

10.09.2005

If you would like to add your club to our listings let us know. Email us if you have any club functions or events you would like to add to our calendar page,just email me with details. If you would like to see your club featured on our homepage let me know. Thanks for your […]

Kayak Fishing Resources

10.08.2005

International Kayak Fishing Association is a non-profit educational foundation whose mission is to advocate for the responsible growth of the sport. Jax Kayak Fishing is the kayak fishing online community for Jacksonville, Florida. Fishing Kayaks.net is all about kayak fishing in Southern California. Texas Kayak Fisherman.com Kayak fishing is becoming the hottest way to access […]

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