Welcome to Friday's Five Finds!
The First video this week:
Man, this footage from the Whitewater Grand Prix 2014 is phenomenal! The 2014 WWGP is going off right now and the pic and videos coming out are hot!
About everything we stock for Whitewater Kayaking. Paddles Whitewater.
The Second video this week:
I stumbled across this video from last May by Langston Majette. He went fishing with one of PaddleVa's favorites, Mark Lozier of 1st Landing Kayak Fishing Services. Mark is a Native Watercraft Endorsed Guide and put Langston on some redfish. Plus, I am a sucker kayak fishing videos with hip hop soundtracks.
Native Watercraft Slayer 14.5 kayak- Fully redesigned for 2014, the Native Watercraft Slayer 14.5 is built to satisfy the specialized needs of fishermen.
The Third video they week:
It's me! ;) I recently registered for ICast, which is in Orlando this year. The thought of getting back to Florida fishing reminded me of my Pensacola trip last October, which in turn, led me to revisit my video from that trip. Once again, kayak fishing and hip hop. I told ya I dig it.
Products featured in this video:
Hobie Pro Angler 14 Fishing Kayak - Whether a day of drift casting, dry flying, or exploring new saltwater haunts, the Hobie Mirage Pro Angler 14 offers a super-stable, standing-friendly rotomolded polyethylene hull encouraging all styles of fishing.
YakAttack Accessories: The perfect gear for any fishing adventure.
The fourth video this week:
The James River was at flood stage this week with the torrential rains. Home On The James posted this awesome video with New Media Systems of some folks braving the big muddy water in RVA! It looks like some Africa footage I've seen. Super intense! I just really thought it was great filming.
The fifth video this week:
Robert Lee, a Native Watercraft Pro Staff from Va Beach, is a talented videographer. He is a part of the YakTastic Adventures filming crew and they put together this great Heroes On The Water video. I'm not going to hit ya with products, because that is not what it's about. HOW is a fantastic organization and everyone involved does great work. Watch the video and think about the what you can do to help. It's a beautiful thing to repay such gallant service with camaraderie and tranquility.