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Choosing the correct kayak paddle that is suited to the type of kayaking you have planned can make a huge difference. Whether it is for recreational, touring, performance or whitewater kayaking, there is a paddle specifically designed for it. #kayakingadventures #kayakingfun #kayakingtrip #kayakingislove #kayakinglife #kayakpaddle #paddleforkayak
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There’s nothing worse than investing in a new kayak that doesn’t perform the way you hoped it would. Worse yet, you just purchased a new kayak less than a year ago and it’s already broken or warped.
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Learn to do a low brace stroke. As you might imagine, the name comes from the fact that the paddle shaft is held relatively low in front of you when you start.
How to Use Hand Signals Oftentimes a signal is used to direct paddlers to take a particular route from their viewing point towards the distant signaler. A few signals are more common among a particular group of paddlers such as the “Back Up” signal for surf landings, or the “walking finger” gesture that indicates a need to portage a portion of a waterway.
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Discover some of the year's best kayak paddles from Sawyer Paddles and Oars, Aqua-Bound, GearLab, Angle Oar and Werner Paddles. These excellent designs
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Remember that beamier boats often require longer paddles, and narrow boats often require shorter paddles. Longer paddles put more leverage into each stroke but require more effort. So-called touring designs, such as traditional Aleut- and Greenland-style paddles, have long, narrow blades (typically less than 5 inches). Asymmetric blades, common on many sea-kayak paddles, have less blade surface on the portion of the blade below the line of the shaft. There is endless debate about the…
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