VA Whitewater 1sts, Snakeheads, Summer Kayak Bass Fishing, Merced Madness, Mahi Victory, and Kayak Kevin
Check out all the quality content coming from our community of paddlers, both whitewater kayaking and kayak fishing. Tune in, read up and get psyched. This is the Friday's Finds, where we seek to highlight some of the paddlers who call Virginia home. PaddleVa is about all of us. While some of the stuff shared in these posts will come from outside our waters, Virginia will always be the primary focus.
Gordon Dalton, Pyranha Kayaks Pro, is a long time member of the PaddleVa Family and is always getting after it in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. Here is a video of him and a crew of others knocking out a first descent of Upper Tumbling Creek in Va.
First Descent on Upper Tumbling Creek in Virginia. from Cameron on Vimeo.
Rob Choi, Ocean Kayak Pro, usually frequents the salt, but when time is tight he's known to venture into the VA sweetwater as well. Here he, Jeff Lockhart and Matt Anderson find the skinny sweet stuff in Virginia contains a lot of life.
You can read the full report by clicking here: https://www.angling-addict.com/2015/07/skinny-sweetwater-shenanigans.html
AJ Morton, a Feelfree Kayaks Pro, out of Northern VA has been getting after the summer bass bite. He put together a nice video with some of the highlights.
Steve Fisher, of Jackson Kayak, is a big name in whitewater and he's always dreamed of dropping down the Merced River in Yosemite National Park. It has been illegal, until now. Check out Episode 1 of the Merced run.
In Part 1 of the Extreme Offshore Kayak Fishing miniseries, Robert Field, of Yak Fish TV and Manley Rods, takes his Hobie Outback into the deep blue for bucket list fish. Check out what he found.
Kayak Kevin and Lee Williams, of Ocean Kayak, welcome William Ragulsky, of Hurricane Kayaks, into the studio for Podcast #61. Welcome to the party.