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The famous Playak News Flash informs tens of thousands of paddlers around the world about the most popular paddling news each day. Playak editors
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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.
Frogma (14 min. ago) -
Another long day, this time about 27 miles. Here's my 8/12 journal entry, with pictures thrown in. Italics indicate tonight's notes on the day: A mixed day today - woke up to a glorious sunrise (yay!) then fell back to sleep and got on the river late again. OK, 8 am is less late than 10 (my Waterford start time) but it was so calm at 6 and by 8 I found myself fighting a nasty headwind. read more...
Kayak Fishing the Everglades (1 hour ago) -
I'm often asked, especially by clients about my experiences with spending so much time and kayak fishing out in The Everglades. I have my share of stories to tell along with some unusual experiences but rarely have I ever felt threatened being around alligators, sharks and other wildlife, including manatees, but there have been many exciting times. read more...
Kialoa (2 hrs. ago) -
Trish, a Brooklyn native and now living in Key West, FL, was preparing for her third SEA Paddle NYC. Her passion as a SUP instructor and nature lover has enabled her to make a positive difference the lives of so many. SeaPaddleNYC gives her yet another opportunity to do so. With the support of Trish, and many local friends, Maryann began her journey to this challenging event which is a 25 mile paddle challenge under the Brooklyn Bridge. read more...
Kayak Angler Magazine (3 hrs. ago) -
The morning greeted everyone with a warming glow as the sun rose over Yankeetown, the Izaak Walton Inn and the pristine flats. The contestants in the Kayak Fishing ClassicS’ 9th tournament of the year had launched their kayaks at 5:30 a.m. to get an edge on the hot summer weather. read more...
GrindTV On-Water (4 hrs. ago) -
In 2012 Hawaiian Garrett McNamara was towed by Jet Ski in to a 78-foot-high wave ridden at Portugal’s Nazare. That wave went into the Guinness World Records as the biggest one ever ridden and still stands to this day. A few months after Garrett’s wave, another new world record was set for the biggest wave ever paddled into. read more...
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