Posts tagged "nature"

My First Year Journey in Kayak Fishing – Native Watercraft Titan

October 22nd, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “My First Year Journey in Kayak Fishing – Native Watercraft Titan”

This year was the first year I have Kayak Fished and the first time I ever competed in any angling tournaments. I wanted to share some of the moments over this first Kayak Fishing season that are some of the moments you don’t see about the expedition on social media. Often you will see beings post their biggest fish, and I do that as well. But most of the time we aren’t catching the’ BIGGEST’ fish. We are learning a reservoir, learning a working method, duelling these components or only experiencing having a good time. I hope my video can invigorate others to try Kayak Fishing and “ve realized that” the charm is the journey itself. Don’t worry about others or compare yourself to smoothed media posts. Be yourself and have fun. Thanks for watching and please subscribe if you are so inclined.

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Kayak Fishing: Sight Fishing the Oconee – Hooked on Wild Waters S5 E4 presented by Georgia Power

October 21st, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Kayak Fishing: Sight Fishing the Oconee – Hooked on Wild Waters S5 E4 presented by Georgia Power”

Kayak Bass Fishing: River Bassin’ on the Oconee, presented by GA Power Drew is joined by Kayak Bass Fishing’s Chad Hoover, and the duo do a bit << river bassin >> on the beautiful Oconee River in Milledgeville, GA. The post spawn fish are scattered and the burn proves challenging, so they target anything that dives. This proves to be a fun way to turn a hard epoch into one they’ll never forget. In true fashion, they finally key in on their target species, bass, and register what this creek is capable of! While in Milledgeville, they stop in and speak with Mark Gordy, of GA Power, about water security. Exactly recollect, SPLASH! Chad also illustrates a little more about Kayak Bass Fishing, what it is, how it wields and how you can get involved!

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Swonder Premium Inflatable Stand Up Paddle Board

October 20th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Swonder Premium Inflatable Stand Up Paddle Board”

Swonder Inflatable Stand Up Paddle Boards are constructed with military-grade PVC with a drop-stitch system, ensuing in a very sturdy make. When amply overstated to the recommended 12 -1 5 PSI, the unique drop-stitch technology allows the air pressure to distribute evenly in the different regions of the top and bottom faces, constituting a stable deck. Swonder iSUP is firmer than most of the others in the market, so you can use it for a longer time without ousting a new one. Overall, this is a fun and inexpensive inflatable paddle board that is lightweight, rigid, and compress a ton of value. If you’re looking for a SUP Board in world markets, this is a solid choice.

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Pedal vs Paddle Offshore Kayak Fishing | How I Handle the Surf Part 2

October 16th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Pedal vs Paddle Offshore Kayak Fishing | How I Handle the Surf Part 2”

ACK Fishing Team member Chris Castro has wasted countless hours in the surf, and he enjoys sharing things he’s learned along the way. As promised, “thats part” 2 into how he administers the surf, this time coming back in. Due to request he’s included an extra 7 instants to also discuss a red-hot topic in service industries. Pedal vs Paddle for offshore kayak fishing. Remember that each territory faces different challenges, with that being said, this is in reference to drawbacks he faces on the Texas coast. Always remember to rig and leash appropriately, wear a PFD at all times, a helmet for added shield, and under supervision.

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Exploring Tibet in our kayaks 01

October 14th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Exploring Tibet in our kayaks 01”

Mid-July we left towards Southern Asia and connected an international group of kayakers to go and explore the whitewater in Tibet. Being known as the roof of the world and containing the tallest ridges in the world left us to wonder what flows must lie deep in the heart of the Himalayas. There has been a lot of expeditioning going on in countries like Nepal or India, but there are still a lot of places, rivers, and countries which haven’t certainly been participating in the schedule of kayaking excursions. There have been a few jaunts to Tibet done by kayakers, the most famous one probably being Scott Lindgrens and Steve Fishers trip to the Tsang Po, but the east still primarily remains untouched, just waited to be explored.

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October 11th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “CAMINOS DE AGUA Patagonia”

A 600 km traverse, starting at the high levels of the Southern Ice Field, in the area of El Chalten and culminating in water of the Pacific Ocean in Puerto Natales( Chile ). An inventive traverse, with the first swoops of some rivers, rapids and waterfalls in the area and a good deal of escapade in which the 3 kayakers recruited some of the most impressive places in the area. A documentary that tells the story of a jaunt but too wants to reflect on where we are taking the planet, showing us in likeness the changes that Patagonia is suffering due to climate change and its effects on the environment.

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Fundraiser in Laguna Niguel supports Niguel Botanical Preserve

January 24th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Fundraiser in Laguna Niguel supports Niguel Botanical Preserve”

Niguel Botanical Preserve will regard the work of its third annual fundraiser,” Celebrate the Preserve ,” on Sunday, Jan. 27, at Laguna Niguel Sea Country& Senior Center. Partake in an informal afternoon of cocktails, wine-coloured, silent auctioneer, presentation and discussions related to enhancements of The Preserve.

Tickets for the 2-5 p. m. episode, are $30 single /$ 50 marry. Reserve online at NiguelBotanicalPreserve.ORG/ Celebrate. Or see checks payable to Niguel Botanical Preserve, 29751 Crown Valley, Parkway, Laguna Niguel, CA 92677


When: 2-5 p. m. Sunday, Jan. 27

Where: Laguna Niguel Sea Country& Senior Community Center, 24602 Aliso Creek Road, Laguna Niguel

Cost: $30/ single; $50/ couple

Information: NiguelBotanicalPreserve.ORG/ Celebrate

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Get up close and personal with butterflies, bees and snakes

June 6th, 2018 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Get up close and personal with butterflies, bees and snakes”

OC Parks invites children and families to learn all about bugs and butterflies. Come tour Riley Wilderness Park’s butterfly garden at this free, family-friendly event on Sunday, June 3. Special guests include Mimi the Monarch Butterfly and Western Monarch Guardians. Plant and insect experts will be available to provide educational information and answer questions.

During the 10 a.m.-3 p.m. event, kids can explore educational stations, informative exhibits and meet live anthropod friends. See the intricate design of a bee colony with honeycomb and a live queen bee. Also, get an up-close encounter with native hawks and snakes.

Additional activities include a live butterfly enclosure, children’s face painting, giveaways, native plant sales, storytelling, park tours and arts and crafts. There will also be a live butterfly release at 3 p.m. A food truck will be on-site serving food for purchase.


What: Butterfly garden

When: 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday

Where: Riley Wilderness Park, 30952 Oso Parkway, Coto de Caza

Cost: event and parking are free

Information: 949-923-2285 or email

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