If not for being in a kayak, Braeden Rouse would have lost the huge sturgeon he hooked into while fishing on Canada’s famous Fraser River last week.
In a battle that lasted 30 minutes, R
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Establishing different safety procedures is very important in
The American Boating Congress wrapped up Friday, capping three days of presentations; discussions with members of Congress, economists and political commentators; and visits to Capitol Hill, whe
A decade or two ago, I began to notice one-person kayaks on the Root and Zumbro rivers in the region as well as in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area of northeast Minnesota.
There were just a
Karen McLaughlin, left, owner of Karen’s Kayaks, launches one of her eco tours out of Honest John’s Fish Camp, off A1A in south Melbourne Beach, where, she says, there is more marine life an
A three-person team of Matteo Della Bordella (Italy), Silvan Schupbach (Switzerland), and Symon Welfringer (France) returned from a remarkable ocean-yaking and big wall climbing expedition in a
Our pedal-powered kayak roundup for serious anglers looking to find the perfect boat for their fishing style.
By Ric Burnley |
March is a transitional month for crappie in Kentucky’s major reservoirs.
When there are several days in a row of sun and warm weather in late winter and early spring, crappie begin movi