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Proper Kayak Maintenance

Proper Kayak Maintenance

| February 3, 2014 | 10 Comments

If every paddler had their way, kayaks would glide through the years without a scratch or dent to it’s hull. But let’s be realistic here – a well used kayak takes a beating! The good news is that kayaks are very resilient and kayak maintenance requires minimal effort. There are a few basic things to […]

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Quick Tip – Keep It Clean!

Quick Tip – Keep It Clean!

| November 17, 2012 | 0 Comments

As a female angler, I am in complete shock when I see my friends go out with their brand new kayaks looking all fresh and detailed only to return home with a filthy, full of dead bait kayak and never even clean it. Really?! Come on guys! Most launch points have a car wash within a few […]

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Dare We Say…Time to Start Thinking About Kayak Storage?

Dare We Say…Time to Start Thinking About Kayak Storage?

| September 5, 2012 | 3 Comments

Consider these tips and product recommendations to keep the critters out and your kayak in good shape. Admittedly, the idea of long-term storage of a kayak seems like a strange concept to me personally. I’ve lived in Texas all my life and not to throw it in your face, but our paddling season extends well […]

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Too Early to Start Thinking About Spring? We Don’t Think So!

Too Early to Start Thinking About Spring? We Don’t Think So!

| February 1, 2012 | 6 Comments

7 Tips to Help You Prepare Your Kayak for the Spring Paddling Season For some, the idea of the “spring season” may seem a bit silly, because with the ponds and streams still frozen watersports may be the last thing on their mind. On the flipside, others are in the midst of an unseasonably warm […]

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Give Your Kayak a Little Love

Give Your Kayak a Little Love

| August 4, 2011 | 1 Comment

A 7-Step Maintenance Checklist to Help Extend the Life of Your Kayak. When I left to home for the first time I kind of figured I would hear from my dad often to make sure I was focused on my studies — he didn’t. Instead, he periodically called to check on my truck’s tire pressure […]

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