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In 2020 we had big plans. Several expeditions and trainings were in the making, I wanted to start my…

~A Paddler's Post submitted by Paul Monaro (see blog)~ The first day of summer 2020 brought 30 degree…

This fall, paddlers and outdoor enthusiasts have a chance to bid on amazing experiences and gear, for a…

AVILA BEACH, Calif. (FOX26) — What started as a peaceful morning of kayaking and whale watching turned…

Safety Report By Moulton Avery of the National Center for Cold Water Safety On August 11, 2020, two…

Sawyer Paddles and Oars, a household name to the paddlesports community, has been based in Talent,…

Journalist Drew Petrimoulx was kayak fishing in Tampa Bay, Florida, when he encountered a bull shark…

Who says kayaking has to take place above water? Meet Squirt Boating. Explore how a low volume boat,…

Breaking News4/1/20 Effective immediately, the American Paddling Association has declared a ‘paddle in…

By now, the term social distancing is something we are all familiar with and learning to adopt. As a…

Mark Miele, a Virginia man, went kayaking solo through the everglades on week long expedition. He never…

Have an extra piece of plywood hanging around the house? Build a canoe with it!

NFCT auction supports stewardship, programs for 740 miles of waterways This fall, paddlers and…

Sergi Basoli set off on a kayaking expedition on the Mediterranean Sea and he ended up finding his best…

Thought to be extinct, watch as a Tyrannosaurus Rex takes on a whitewater kayaking course.

Fletcher, NC – October 31, 2019 Native Watercraft and Liquidlogic Kayaks, together with Bonafide…

Watch two friends, Trent McCrerey and Knox Hammack, chase water levels throughout the American West…

Watch as a kayaker gets the surprise of a lifetime by getting up close and personal with a breaching…

Antonio De La Rosa, a 50 year old Spaniard, left the San Francisco Harbor on June 9th to start the 2,900…

Follow a couple paddlers as they explore the frozen Alaskan landscape while paddling through glacial…

Watch as a cliff at Pictured Rocks, MI falls hundreds of feet and narrowly misses kayakers down below.