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First WaveWalk Paddle Trip, Kayak Review By Retired Gentleman From Texas

Took my WaveWalk out this morning for my first paddle and decided to take a trip thru some of our marshes down here. According to a google earth retracing of my steps I covered about 5.7 miles in 2 hours … Continue reading

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I Don’t Like To Get Wet – I Need A Fishing Kayak That Will Keep Me Dry!

Well, apparently this senior angler is absolutely right, and all kayakers, weather in cold or warm weather and water would better better stay as dry as possible, because of a surprisingly long list of reasons detailed in this article about getting wet in fishing kayaks called “The Wet Ride In Fishing Kayaks – Problems and Solutions” . Continue reading

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