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Stealth Fusion 480- Part 2

15 July

Stealth Kayaks’ Brett Chellenor and Vagabond Kayaks’ Celliers Kruger discuss their “fusion” of ideas that lead to the first ever polyethylene Stealth fishing kayak.

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Railblaza C-Tug Kayak Trolley – Assembly and Strap Setup

15 July
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Kayak Downwinding in Seattle

09 July

by Rob Casey Where I live in Seattle on Puget Sound its 80 miles to coastal surf, so we take advantage of every other type of waves we can get. We surf waves from freighters and tugs, stern wakes from recreational boats and also waves from wind.  When the wind blows in Seattle, we’re paying […]

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Launch a Fishing Kayak in the Surf Zone

07 June

with Jeff Herman

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Four Days on South Africa’s Orange River

06 June

The Orange River is South Africa’s biggest and longest river. Despite having paddled many sections of the Orange, there are still some sections that neither Vagabond’s Celliers Kruger nor Graeme ‘Riverman’ Addison had ever been on. A number of weeks ago, Graeme gave us a shout to see whether we’d be keen for a winter […]

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Learning How to Surf w/ Paddle Guy

06 June

From Paddle Guy: “Keen to explore more offshore kayak fishing options Adam & Jasmine joined me for some surf basics at Noosa main beach. In this lesson I am helping Adam & Jasmine with confidence in launching and landing in the surf.”

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Welcome to Surfski: Welcome to Adventure

06 June

Exotic locations. Heavy seas. High wind and big personalities stuffed into skinny, carbon fiber boats. Welcome to the world of true adventure. Welcome to downwind paddling in a surfski.

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Ultimate Offshore Fishing Setup

06 June

Dialing in a Stealth Kayaks Carbon Fiber Pro Fisha 475 in Australia. So sick.

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He Introduced the Sit-On-Top Kayak to the World

04 June

Tim Niemier was a teenager in Malibu, CA with a problem.  He loved to dive out past the surf break, but he needed a craft that didn’t hold water and would fit on top of his 1959 VW Beetle.  He ended up introducing the sit-on-top kayak to the world.  This is the progression of his […]

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Securing a Kayak to Your Car / Rob Casey

03 June

Your kayak should be secured safely to the top of your car to prevent shifting on the highway and in wind or even worse, losing the kayak in traffic.  Here’s a few of my favorite tips for securing a kayak to a car using cross bar style racks. Checking for Rack Safety Start each trip […]

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