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Playak News Flash - May 28, 2017
Playak News Flash - May 28, 2017
The world's latest paddling headlines.
Canoe Kayak Photo of the Day- Scott Martin
Canoe Kayak - John Carmody, Boothbay, Maine. John moved his passion of sailing to Sea Kayaking in the 1990’s. He’s no stranger to salt water or navigating Maine’s coastline.
Jackson Kayak Yak a Bass First Tournament
Jackson Kayak - Yak a bass is the only bass tourney club in northern California. They held there first tournament at lake Camanche in the mother load of northern California which I won the tournament by .75 of an inch. I have written a report about this lake in the past.
Standup Journal Six Sweet SUP Spots to Discover in Rhode Island This Summer (With East Coast Paddle Sports)
Standup Journal - A few weeks after paddling the Mexican Caribbean, I came home to Wakefield, Rhode Island, with a yearning to continue my water adventures, especially as the post Six Sweet SUP Spots to Discover in Rhode Island This Summer (with East Coast Paddle Sports) appeared first on Standup Journal Magazine .
Gary Engberg Outdoors Cooler Than Normal Temperatures Slow Spring Progression; River Systems Running High Across State
Gary Engberg Outdoors - Complete DNR Outdoor Report (Reports from conservation wardens, wildlife and fisheries staff and property managers from around the state). Cooler than normal temperatures slow spring progression; river systems running high across state. Cooler than normal temperatures, clouds and rain dominated the last week and slowed down the spring progression, including bird migrations and fish spawning. However, a warm-up in the next couple of weeks could change that quickly.
ISA Three Days Remain to Crown First ISA World Champions in Olympic Cycle at ISA World Surfing Games
ISA - Just three days remain for the ISA World Surfing Games to crown the first ISA World Champions in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic cycle.
SUP Mag UK The Witterings Charity Paddle Race
SUP Mag UK - 2XS® in conjunction with The Shore Surf Club ran the 10th Charity Paddle Race in aid of The Sussex Snowdrop Trust on Sunday 21st May.
SUP Magazine Help Protect Utah’s Bears Ears National Monument – Part 4
SUP Magazine - The final piece of our four-part installment from the San Juan River documenting the necessity of keeping these lands free. Let's all do our part.
Paddle Making May Long Weekend Canoe Trip
Paddle Making - Got to spend the May Long Weekend on the first overnight trip of 2017. One of my son's classmates has an experienced, canoe-tripping dad and we were graciously invited to join them on Big East Lake. In fact, at one point in the planning we had a total of 4 dads and 9 kids committed to going. The other two families had never been canoe camping before so our host rationally decided to choose a site relatively close to the access point in case a quick exit was needed.
Log of Ibi Building Infrastructure for Ants
Log of Ibi - I've heard and read about this activity.  I even think I've seen it in movies, but this is the first time I've seen such construction on so large a scale.  When we visited Lake Ellsworth, we walked up to the dam.  Nearby we saw this line in the grass that extended from the woods clear across the grassed area above the dam.  Large ants had build a highway through the grass. 
Tahoe SUP Michigan Paddlers Prepare for 90 Mile Lake Huron Crossing
Tahoe SUP - The next adventure for the committed crew at Stand Up for Great Lakes is the crossing of Lake Huron.  They will be attempting a daunting, 90 mile, non stop mission across the second largest of the Great Lakes.  They will leave from Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary in Michigan, headed to the Fathom Five National Park in Canada.
Standup Journal So Pitted Guy Micah Peasley Admits He Seriously Faked His Viral Video
Standup Journal - One of the original viral videos (before ‘viral video’ was even a term) shows an interview with Micah Peasley describing his session in the most stoked out fashion ever! We all know and love this click as it speaks to a funny surfer stereotype and always leaves you wondering whether this was actually real or if Mica was just trolling the news reporter.
red paddle co 10 Things You Need to Know About the Dragon World Championships 2017!
red paddle co - For the first time ever, Red Paddle Co Racing are inviting paddle boarders from all over the world to come together and compete in the inaugural Dragon World Series. Regional events will see teams of four battling it out across the globe, granting anyone who competes instant qualification to the Dragon World Championships.
International Rafting Federation Golden Day for Russia in Open and Masters
International Rafting Federation - The sunshine highlighted the beauty of the area where the Mtkvari races were being held. The day would see the European Open and Masters teams pitted against each other.
International Rafting Federation Update of the first day of European Rafting Championship that happened at Georgia
International Rafting Federation - It was rainy, cold weather but competition was on with the U19 and U23 rafters taking part in sprint and H2H. Here are the updates. Spectators cheered on the participants and it was fun out even in the above described weather conditions.
Surf Alaska Logistics of an Extreme Surfing Trip: Behind the Scenes With Mountain Dew
Surf Alaska - When a filmmaker for Mountain Dew comes to Alaska for an extreme surf adventure, what do you do? You do the Dew. Or in Scott’s case, you make it possible by organizing remote surf locations with stellar waves, transportation for the athletes and crew, and all the little in between details so the Dew can do what it does best.
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