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We Found the Best Action Camera for Kayaking!

By Ian Waterman

Over the last ten years, action cameras have taken the outdoor sports world by storm; their small size and bulletproof toughness have allowed anyone to become the videographer of their own adventures. Cyclists record their route as evidence in case of an accident, skiers capture their sick jumps, and skydivers shoot videos of their mid-air […]

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Sun Dolphin Aruba 10 Review

By Ian Waterman

Recreational (or “rec”) boats are synonymous with low-cost, big box retailers (we won’t mention any names, you know who they are). These kayaks are cheap, flimsy, and something you’d probably be selling on Craigslist after a year, once you get a little more experience and money. It’s unfortunate that many people buy these boats, because […]

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Old Town Canoes & Kayaks Vapor 10 Review

By Ian Waterman

So you want to go fishing, but are tired of casting your line from the shore. Buying a motorboat seems like a huge purchase, and you’d need a decent-sized vehicle to tow it anyway. The solution: a fishing kayak. It’s an economical (and honestly more fun) way to get out on the water and start […]

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Read our Riot Kayaks Edge Review

By Ian Waterman

When a store calls something a touring kayak, it’s often a misnomer. All kinds of entry-level boats between ten and fifteen feet in length get lumped into the category. But the term “touring kayak” technically refers to boats you can take on a tour – a decent-sized adventure. They may not be 18-foot sea kayaks […]

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Ocean Kayak Frenzy review

By Ian Waterman

As more people are getting into the sport of kayaking, we’re seeing a rise in the sales of sit-on-top kayaks. They provide great stability for beginning paddlers and are versatile in their purpose – providing an excellent base to fish, scuba dive, or swim. While they may not have the speed, maneuverability, or the ability […]

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