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A Unique Paddling Location

A Unique Paddling Location

| July 8, 2012 | 1 Comment

A few weeks ago, while out riding on my bike, I noticed several kids gathered around the edge of the local bayou. At first I thought they were just fishing but as I got closer I noticed that they were actually launching a canoe into the water! This took me off guard quite a bit […]

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When a weather window presents itself…

When a weather window presents itself…

| June 1, 2012 | 1 Comment

…it is best to take full advantage of it.  This was the case last week with light winds and clear blue skies.  A customer of mine and I set out on his Hobie Tandem Island to do some offshore fishing off the coast of Freeport and boy did we score big! First let me take […]

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A Continuing Transition

A Continuing Transition

| May 15, 2012 | 3 Comments

With the continued growth of the sport of kayaking, it still shocks me just how many people continue to transition from power boats into these little plastic boats. Is it the maintenance costs? Gas prices? Storage problems? Or is it the search for solitude? Maybe it is all of them. Either way, it still renders […]

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Just Out of Reach…

Just Out of Reach…

| May 8, 2012 | 0 Comments

We get to do a lot of installs and repairs here at the ACK Houston Store and we have never been faced with an install that we have not been able to do. We recently had a customer bring in his Ocean Kayak Big Game for some rod holder installs and a rudder. The rudder […]

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Not Just a Business…

Not Just a Business…

| March 24, 2012 | 2 Comments

I was just about to sit down for dinner with my wife when I got a phone call concerning some trouble at the Houston ACK Store. At first, it was brought to my attention that the alarm was going off so I got on the horn and got the situation handled accordingly…until my phone went […]

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Can’t Wait for My Fried Alligator on a Stick!

Can’t Wait for My Fried Alligator on a Stick!

| March 1, 2012 | 2 Comments

Each year we participate in the Houston Fishing Show at the George R. Brown Convention Center. This event, although small in the grand scheme of shows, is an overall cool event put on in the Houston area. There is a large diversity of booths (including ACK) available for the public to go visit and almost […]

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A Growing Interest in Offshore Kayak Fishing

A Growing Interest in Offshore Kayak Fishing

| October 23, 2011 | 1 Comment

When I look at how far the sport of kayak fishing has grown over the years, it’s pretty downright amazing. Several years ago, when I would go kayak fishing, it was a treat to see a couple of fellow anglers towing around their plastic boats. Today, I routinely find over a dozen kayak anglers getting […]

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Reside in Houston and Enjoy Adventure Racing?

Reside in Houston and Enjoy Adventure Racing?

| April 27, 2011 | 0 Comments

Join us this evening in welcoming Houston Fit Adventure Racing to the ACK Houston store. Houston Fit Adventure Racing is conducting a free  summer season informational session to help you learn more about training programs that will prepare you for adventure racing. Houston Fit Adventure Racing offers specialized training for aspiring and experienced adventure racers […]

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Taming the Currents and Seeing in the Dark

Taming the Currents and Seeing in the Dark

| April 18, 2011 | 1 Comment

I recently got a chance to go on a late night fishing trip. I was particularly excited because this was going to be a great opportunity for me to test out some new equipment that I had purchased for my kayak. As usual the weather conditions were not predicted correctly. Instead of 5-10 mph winds […]

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Winds of Shift

Winds of Shift

| February 11, 2011 | 0 Comments

I recently had an opportunity to take a quick trip to Matagorda Bay here in Texas with my co-worker Jerron for some coastal winter kayak fishing. The game plan was to target trout in the morning and hope for the sun to lure some redfish into the flats for some easy catching. However, the weather […]

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