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JK Rockstar 4.0 vs 2016 RockStar

wildwildwes wrote 124 days ago:


The Jackson Kayak RockStar 4.0 is completely redesigned from the 2016 model. Check out all the spec comparisons and features by clicking on the image below:

More info and photos at: http://jacksonkayak.com/blog/kayak/rock-star-4-0/

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Say Hello to the All-New JK Rockstar 4.0

wildwildwes wrote 127 days ago:


The all new Jackson Kayak RockStar 4.0 is here!!! #JKRockStar4

Press release: http://jacksonkayak.com/blog/2018/06/15/jackson-kayak-launches-all-new-rockstar-4-0/

All 3 sizes coming to the Jackson Action Wagon – JAW soon for FREE demo!

Who’s excitted to demo one from the J.A.W. soon?



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First Home Town Throw Down of 2018

transom wrote 155 days ago:


Water levels are high and so was the energy at Dead Dog Hole for some fun competition. The event starting out with a bang as someone driving by on I-90 called in a kayaker in distress and we were paid a visit by a couple of County Sheriff Deputies that just wanted to make sure everyone was OK. Both declined the offer to jump in some of our spare gear and get out on the water with us. We paired up in teams of two for a combined score rodeo. Each team got three rides and one down river freestyle session. Afterwards everyone hung out for a short surf session and caught view of a classic Eastern Washington Sunset.
1st Place went to Team Old School– Jacob Peterson and Drew Stephens. Scoring 29 points, mixing up some old school moves with smooth cart wheels and modern freestyle.
2nd Place went to Team Send It—Ben Jordan and Chris Mowry. Scoring 20 points, and going big on every ride with plenty of loops and even a solid wing over entry on the down river freestyle session.
Taking up the rear was Team Zero—Brian Jamieson and Blake Sommers. Scoring 0 points, and showing up fashionably late but just in time to catch some surf before sunset.

Photos by Bart Rayniak



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First Home Town Throw Down of 2018

james wrote 155 days ago:


Water levels are high and so was the energy at Dead Dog Hole for some fun competition. The event starting out with a bang as someone driving by on I-90 called in a kayaker in distress and we were paid a visit by a couple of County Sheriff Deputies that just wanted to make sure everyone was OK. Both declined the offer to jump in some of our spare gear and get out on the water with us. We paired up in teams of two for a combined score rodeo. Each team got three rides and one down river freestyle session. Afterwards everyone hung out for a short surf session and caught view of a classic Eastern Washington Sunset.
1st Place went to Team Old School– Jacob Peterson and Drew Stephens. Scoring 29 points, mixing up some old school moves with smooth cart wheels and modern freestyle.
2nd Place went to Team Send It—Ben Jordan and Chris Mowry. Scoring 20 points, and going big on every ride with plenty of loops and even a solid wing over entry on the down river freestyle session.
Taking up the rear was Team Zero—Brian Jamieson and Blake Sommers. Scoring 0 points, and showing up fashionably late but just in time to catch some surf before sunset.

Photos by Bart Rayniak



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First Home Town Throw Down of 2018

natefry wrote 155 days ago:


Water levels are high and so was the energy at Dead Dog Hole for some fun competition. The event starting out with a bang as someone driving by on I-90 called in a kayaker in distress and we were paid a visit by a couple of County Sheriff Deputies that just wanted to make sure everyone was OK. Both declined the offer to jump in some of our spare gear and get out on the water with us. We paired up in teams of two for a combined score rodeo. Each team got three rides and one down river freestyle session. Afterwards everyone hung out for a short surf session and caught view of a classic Eastern Washington Sunset.
1st Place went to Team Old School– Jacob Peterson and Drew Stephens. Scoring 29 points, mixing up some old school moves with smooth cart wheels and modern freestyle.
2nd Place went to Team Send It—Ben Jordan and Chris Mowry. Scoring 20 points, and going big on every ride with plenty of loops and even a solid wing over entry on the down river freestyle session.
Taking up the rear was Team Zero—Brian Jamieson and Blake Sommers. Scoring 0 points, and showing up fashionably late but just in time to catch some surf before sunset.

Photos by Bart Rayniak



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First Home Town Throw Down of 2018

james wrote 155 days ago:


Water levels are high and so was the energy at Dead Dog Hole for some fun competition. The event starting out with a bang as someone driving by on I-90 called in a kayaker in distress and we were paid a visit by a couple of County Sheriff Deputies that just wanted to make sure everyone was OK. Both declined the offer to jump in some of our spare gear and get out on the water with us. We paired up in teams of two for a combined score rodeo. Each team got three rides and one down river freestyle session. Afterwards everyone hung out for a short surf session and caught view of a classic Eastern Washington Sunset.
1st Place went to Team Old School– Jacob Peterson and Drew Stephens. Scoring 29 points, mixing up some old school moves with smooth cart wheels and modern freestyle.
2nd Place went to Team Send It—Ben Jordan and Chris Mowry. Scoring 20 points, and going big on every ride with plenty of loops and even a solid wing over entry on the down river freestyle session.
Taking up the rear was Team Zero—Brian Jamieson and Blake Sommers. Scoring 0 points, and showing up fashionably late but just in time to catch some surf before sunset.

Photos by Bart Rayniak



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First Home Town Throw Down of 2018

tommygunn wrote 155 days ago:


Water levels are high and so was the energy at Dead Dog Hole for some fun competition. The event starting out with a bang as someone driving by on I-90 called in a kayaker in distress and we were paid a visit by a couple of County Sheriff Deputies that just wanted to make sure everyone was OK. Both declined the offer to jump in some of our spare gear and get out on the water with us. We paired up in teams of two for a combined score rodeo. Each team got three rides and one down river freestyle session. Afterwards everyone hung out for a short surf session and caught view of a classic Eastern Washington Sunset.
1st Place went to Team Old School– Jacob Peterson and Drew Stephens. Scoring 29 points, mixing up some old school moves with smooth cart wheels and modern freestyle.
2nd Place went to Team Send It—Ben Jordan and Chris Mowry. Scoring 20 points, and going big on every ride with plenty of loops and even a solid wing over entry on the down river freestyle session.
Taking up the rear was Team Zero—Brian Jamieson and Blake Sommers. Scoring 0 points, and showing up fashionably late but just in time to catch some surf before sunset.

Photos by Bart Rayniak



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First Home Town Throw Down of 2018

saskia wrote 155 days ago:


Water levels are high and so was the energy at Dead Dog Hole for some fun competition. The event starting out with a bang as someone driving by on I-90 called in a kayaker in distress and we were paid a visit by a couple of County Sheriff Deputies that just wanted to make sure everyone was OK. Both declined the offer to jump in some of our spare gear and get out on the water with us. We paired up in teams of two for a combined score rodeo. Each team got three rides and one down river freestyle session. Afterwards everyone hung out for a short surf session and caught view of a classic Eastern Washington Sunset.
1st Place went to Team Old School– Jacob Peterson and Drew Stephens. Scoring 29 points, mixing up some old school moves with smooth cart wheels and modern freestyle.
2nd Place went to Team Send It—Ben Jordan and Chris Mowry. Scoring 20 points, and going big on every ride with plenty of loops and even a solid wing over entry on the down river freestyle session.
Taking up the rear was Team Zero—Brian Jamieson and Blake Sommers. Scoring 0 points, and showing up fashionably late but just in time to catch some surf before sunset.

Photos by Bart Rayniak



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2018 JAW Fleet Rolls into Action!

wildwildwes wrote 184 days ago:


Are you ready for FREE Jackson Kayak demos in 2018?  They’re here now!

Check out the full fleet on the Jackson Action Wagon page: http://worldkayakblogs.com/wildwildwes/the-jaw/

You can see more photos of the new fleet on our Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1635588816520176.1073741840.615362971876104&type=1&l=72679975dc

Schedule your FREE demo soon! :-)

 



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NoliFest Winning

wildwildwes wrote 185 days ago:


The 4th annual NoliFest 2018 was packed with more fun than ever before!  River trip shuttles for all on the Gorge and Lower Nolichucky River, SUP racing, river attainments, SUP joisting, vendor fair, One Wheel endure race, fireworks, great bands and good food where some of the highlights of the event.  We also pulled off the first ever Nolichucky Gorge enduro boatercross whitewater race on Friday evening called #beatnightfall!

The Jackson Action Wagon had a great demo event at the festival.  Thanks to all who came out to join us in these big booming fun times!

Congrats to our lucky winner of the Jackson Kayak Mixmaster the J.A.W. raffled off during the event!!  We ended up raising a total of $685 in the JK MixMaster raffle. Here is the planned distribution on the funds:

$300 to Green Bridge Landing – Doe River access & community park currently under development by the APE’s and IDEAS Groups with the Carter County Parks and Rec Board.

$385 to Camp Bays Mountain – This is about the funds needed for one camper scholarship, so NoliFest sent a kid to summer camp this year!



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