Fishing Style in Kayak and Fishes

How to Deal with Wind While Kayaking

Knowing the forecasted wind direction and speed can make the difference between an exciting outdoor trip and a stressful kayaking experience. Read for more information on dealing with the wind while kayaking, including precautionary measures and techniques to maneuver your kayak.
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Kayak Maintenance Cheap and Easy way to Fix Scratches on Your Kayak

You’ve recently paddled over shallow rocks, dragged your kayak through sand, or had a mishap while unloading the kayaking equipment from your truck – and now you’re staring at unsightly scratches. How do you fix the scuffs on your kayak at home without breaking the bank? Read on for a simple and insanely cheap DIY kayak maintenance trick.
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Paddle Kayaks Vs. Pedal Kayaks: A Comprehensive Review

Kayaking is arguably one of the fastest-growing recreational outdoor activities. In fact, recent statistics show that the sport is rapidly gaining popularity – with the number of participants in the United States increasing from 6 million in 2006 to 16 million in 2017.As more and more people explore the exciting world of kayaking, so is the dilemma of finding the best kayak for your adventures. There are lots of choices to be made but one key one is what propulsion system to use. The choice comes down to either a paddle kayak, a motor kayak or pedal kayak. The latter uses a pedals or flippers to propel your craft, while a paddle kayak uses old-school paddles. If you’re one of the millions of users caught in this dilemma, read on for a comprehensive review of paddle kayaks vs. pedal kayaks.
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Galaxy Kayaks partners with 1% for the Planet and Surfrider

Reports of air pollution, endangered species, garbage dumped in our oceans, oil spills, loss of forests, and unsustainable fishing are nowadays rampant in media outlets. Our planet appears to be gradually dying – and by our own doing. It’s for this reason that individuals and organizations continue to launch initiatives aimed at protecting mother nature and sustaining the delicate balance of life.
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COMPARTIR HOBBIE CON LA FAMILY

There is no better hobby than shared with your family. You can't imagine the happiness of my kids when they saw me arrive on Friday with this mini kayak!
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How To Choose A Kayak

As is the case with any decision, choices must be made. This is also true when you decide it is time to get a kayak or replace an existing one. Buying a kayak is an investment – it will determine the kind of experience you will have while in the water and, even more importantly, how safe you are!
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Kayak Stability: Gaining Confidence with Stability

Stability and balance are key principles in life – in varying degrees of course. When attempting to stand on one leg or walking along a line on the pavement, balance is essential, as is stability. Change things up to walking a tight rope several feet in the air, and stability or confidence become more than necessary. While not as intimidating as walking a tight rope, kayaking also requires stability when in the water.
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WINDY WEEKEND, MAINTENANCE!

Hello kayakers, as you know in our hobby we depend a lot on the wind and sea state, that is why today I dedicate this post to the maintenance of our kayak, in order to take advantage of those days that we can not go fishing. 
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Kayaking at 70 Years – Adventure Has No Age Limit

At this point, it is pretty much cliché to state that age is just but a number. An argument can be made for both the proponents and opponents of the saying. While from a more realistic, true-to-life perspective one may argue that age determines factors like achieving legal adult status, driving license viability and retirement, the counter-argument is that age should not limit or be an obstacle to how one chooses to live their life over and above the stated factors. As a child, one is blessed with an overly adventurous mind. We are curious, always unsatisfied with not knowing and not seeing. Repercussions to actions take a seat at the back of the bus, and a desire to experience takes the wheel.
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Three of the Craziest Catches while Kayak Fishing

The kayak journey is an interesting one, both from a historical perspective and from the perspective of actual use. According to archaeological findings, dwellers of the Northern regions (arctic) conceptualised what we know today as kayaks some 4000 years ago. Back then, kayak use was primarily restricted to hunting. This was on coastal waters, rivers and inland lakes. The construction was simple yet effective; wooden frame made from driftwood and stitched animal skins stretched over it.
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