I missed the window on my normal Friday's Fresh Finds, so I decided to post a little Sunday Morning Digital Surfing. Here is your dose of all that is awesome on the web waves from some of the local paddling peeps. From kayak fishing to whitewater.
The inaugural King Of The James race went down in RVA on November 8th and it looks like it has a bright future. Read up about this great event by clicking the link below the photo.
Read the full report here:Â https://kingofthejames.com/2014/11/10/2014-crowing-the-king/
Steve Fisher recently joined the Jackson Kayak team, but back in the day he was running rivers for another company and my wife joined one of his Africa expeditions. I stumbled across this report from one of those trips with this tidbit: "Also new to the group was Harriet Taylor of the USA. This trip would be on her first days in Africa, a far cry from her home rivers in West Virginia. As we dropped into the first rapids we kept a check on her. She was wide-eyed, but as solid as gold and ended up saving the day on numerous occasions for our gung-ho raft crew." To read the full old school report click the link below the photo.
(My wife is on the left.) Read the full report here:
Kayak Kevin, of Ocean Kayak, held a 'Fishing the Light Line' seminar at ARC-Hampton on Thursday. He recorded the whole deal and now you can gleam tips from the video. Pretty cool! Check it out here:
Rob Choi is back! We have great local Ocean Kayak Pro Staff, including Rob, Kevin and Lee. All those guys got out together recently, as they often do, and Rob rocked this report. To check out Choi's excellent photos,etc, just click the link following the photo of Lee Williams.
Read the full report here:
Kayak Kevin continues to put out quality video reports on his video podcast. This past week he and Lee welcomed William Ragulsky, of Hurricane Kayaks, and Rob Choi, via Skype.