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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.
Distressed Mullet (1 hour ago) -
Sounds so trite, but it’s true, we are connected by water. Saturday October 11th, paddling support for the third annual Swim the Loop in Wrightsville Beach, I was responsible to be out front of the lead swim pack for the 3.5 mile Harbor Loop, then loop again making sure all back of the pack swimmers had sup eyes on them. read more...
SW Sea Kayaking (3 hrs. ago) -
The alarm went off in our motel room at seven am, and Simon made the phone call right away. No good, the planes are fog bound and nobody is flying today. We went right back to sleep. read more...
Distressed Mullet (3 hrs. ago) -
This story begins in the middle of the summer as my paddle sessions increased in time and distance. I wanted a distance race to train for but unable to attend Chattajack 31, I decided to create my own distance event, a paddle from my home in Oriental NC to Beaufort NC, a distance of approximately 20 miles. read more...
Rapid Media (5 hrs. ago) -
Fish rely on current to bring them food. More often than not, you’ll find predators facing into the oncoming water waiting for a meal. A good rule of thumb is to go with the flow. Retrieving a bait with the current will put it in the strike zone.
When fishing up-current, it is best to work out of a stationary boat. Make a long up current cast that crosses or passes prime feeding locations read more...
Rapid Magazine Blog (7 hrs. ago) -
When we first met the Substantial Media House boys, we knew little to nothing about kayaking. But after one look at the locations they were paddling, we knew it was perfectly tuned for our operation to create powerful images. In the kayak industry, creating great web edits of dynamic and extreme locations is the norm. The aerial aspect can capture the essence of the sport while adding a perspective that, until recently, had never been seen. read more...
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