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If you’re in awe of this fearless bunch of kayakers and you want to test yourself on whitewater, our guide will provide you with the steps to get started.
Our ultimate guide to kayaking for beginners teaches you everything you need to go from newbie to pro paddler in the shortest time possible.
Trout fight hard and are one of the best species to fish for. If you want to battle with more trout on your line, here are our top trout fishing tips.
How do you go about planning a dream kayaking trip? Here's a complete guide to planning a trip that’s nothing but smooth sailing from beginning to end.
Our world is large, vast, and 70% water. It is likely that anywhere you go in the world, you'll find good kayaking at some...
When we think about the dangers that can arise when canoeing, almost all of them revolve around tipping over. Here are four tips to avoid going for a swim.
Kayaking is surprisingly simple to learn. It can be picked up easily by even the most uncoordinated klutz. Here's the correct technique for paddling.
The majority of capsizes aren’t due to poor form and happen way before any paddling takes place! Here're simple tips to enter and exit your yak like a pro.
If you’re looking to get started with kayak fishing, our ultimate guide will help you select a fishing kayak and show you the best fishing kayaks on the market.
Don't splash out on mediocre gear! We’ve rounded up the best kayak fishing accessories on the market so you can rig your yak for performance and comfort.
Inflatable kayaks are considered flimsy, "toy" kayaks. Not true! Our guide shows you why inflatables are awesome and how to pick the best inflatable kayak.
We have dealt with a ton of fishing kayaks on Paddle Pursuits, so what's the deal with canoes? We don't have a bias against canoes, we actually love them...
If you’ve ever experienced the hassle of trying to balance your rod on your kayak, you’ll know the importance of a rod holder...
The paddle you use greatly influences your manoeuvrability, propulsion, ease of paddling, and overall enjoyment. It could literally make or break your trip.
What is the only thing better than a one-person fishing kayak? A two-person fishing kayak! Alright, we know that’s not always the case.