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Playak News Flash
The famous Playak News Flash informs tens of thousands of paddlers around the world about the most popular paddling news each day. Playak editors
hand-pick the best headlines 24/7, and those that are viewed most by our readers are sent out in the News Flash.
Each Friday, we send out the Weekly Digest (instead of the daily News Flash), containing the top headlines of the past 7 days, as well as the most popular videos and forum topics, plus a
list of upcoming events.
SUP Magazine (36 min. ago) -
A few years ago, kids wanting to try SUP had to lug around their parents’ clunky, adjustable paddles. While these cheap, two-pound paddles were no big deal for an adult, the same could not be said for their children. read more...
Will Herman (1 hour ago) -
For as long as I can remember, the mountains of the north-west have been a part of my life. The mountains and the coast. My earliest memories include the soaring ridges of Torridon, the scent of heather, bracken and pine in the glens beneath and running barefoot across warm peat to the clean, cold sea beyond. read more...
Jackson Kayak (1 hour ago) -
Growing up on Galveston Island allowed me to be in and around the water a great deal during my impressionable years. My parents did a great job to keep us outdoors and taught us a healthy respect for the water and showed us how rewarding Mother Nature could be. I grew up fishing, crabbing, swimming, boating, surfing, and doing just about anything I could in and around the water. read more...
Jackson Kayak (3 hrs. ago) -
They all had the same reaction to hearing of the magical camp that turned your average kayaker into a whitewater ninja: wide eyes and How do I sign up now? Most flew up there, but Garrett, his family, Jacob and I road tripped in an RV- a whole other adventure on its own. read more...
Trash Paddler (4 hrs. ago) -
Paddled a stretch of the Assabet in Stow this afternoon launching from Magazu's Landing and heading upriver. Water levels and current remain low. Good water clarity combined with the shallow depth allowed several older objects to be seen on the bottom.
The first was this stoneware jug bearing the name W.C. read more...
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