Fuzzy Guppies

Kayak Waterfowl Hunting

Fuzzy Guppies wrote 95 days ago:



With the draw down of the kayak bass fishing tournament season comes a new season, waterfowl. While most outdoors men and women are focused in on deer hunting and preparing for ice fishing season here in the Northeast, there is still much more kayak fun to be had!

It was only a few short months ago that I was introduced to waterfowl hunting, and it has been a very exciting experience from the beginning! While fishing I find myself focused in on small events of my trip, a laid down log, Lilly pads, or a chunk of matted grass or weeds. Well, duck hunting is different. My very first morning I paddled across a rather shallow portion of the south end of one of the smaller Finger Lakes and set out my decoys in anticipation of low flying birds willing to commit to my spread. As I set patiently waiting for the big moon to set and the orange skies to lift, I couldn’t help but be taken in by nature’s beauty first hand. I didn’t fire my gun that morning but the scenery was worth all the while.

Kayaks offer the ability to get where most can’t by wading and others can’t by boat. It’s a perfect match for duck hunting. I utilize the NuCanoe Classic outfitted with their signature Duck Blind. The Classic has enough room to store your favorite shotgun, over 36 decoys, a bag lunch and drink and still sit comfortably for hours on end. The blind offers great concealment from all sides as well as good cover from the winds we so often encounter.

If you’re a duck hunter without a kayak, you’re missing out! If you are looking for additional water time in the later months when fishing tournaments have ended, look no further. Try your hand at waterfowl! Not only will you get more water time and scenic adventures but the bounty is a delicious incentive to the sport.



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bozemankayaker

Tallulah Race

bozemankayaker wrote 100 days ago:


Sponsored by WORLDKAYAK.COM

Schedule for Race day (November 13th):

7:00-8:00am Check-In, start time given, and Race Bib pick up for preregistered and approved racers only.

8:00-8:30am Race meeting

8:30am Racers will start down the stairs

Start Time: Once Georgia Power has given notification that we can start, the first racer will be released. Shooting for some time between 9:30-10:00am

5:30pm Awards ceremony at put-in parking lot with door prize drawing from WORLDKAYAK.COM Program Partners for volunteers, safety team & racers

Please check the Tallulah Race Facebook page for news and updates:

https://www.facebook.com/Tallulah-Race-1790802457827305/

Spectator Hike-in Info:

http://gastateparks.org/info/244913?c=13023937



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tommygunn

Tallulah Race

tommygunn wrote 100 days ago:


Sponsored by WORLDKAYAK.COM

Schedule for Race day (November 13th):

7:00-8:00am Check-In, start time given, and Race Bib pick up for preregistered and approved racers only.

8:00-8:30am Race meeting

8:30am Racers will start down the stairs

Start Time: Once Georgia Power has given notification that we can start, the first racer will be released. Shooting for some time between 9:30-10:00am

5:30pm Awards ceremony at put-in parking lot with door prize drawing from WORLDKAYAK.COM Program Partners for volunteers, safety team & racers

Please check the Tallulah Race Facebook page for news and updates:

https://www.facebook.com/Tallulah-Race-1790802457827305/

Spectator Hike-in Info:

http://gastateparks.org/info/244913?c=13023937



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saskia

Tallulah Race

saskia wrote 100 days ago:


Sponsored by WORLDKAYAK.COM

Schedule for Race day (November 13th):

7:00-8:00am Check-In, start time given, and Race Bib pick up for preregistered and approved racers only.

8:00-8:30am Race meeting

8:30am Racers will start down the stairs

Start Time: Once Georgia Power has given notification that we can start, the first racer will be released. Shooting for some time between 9:30-10:00am

5:30pm Awards ceremony at put-in parking lot with door prize drawing from WORLDKAYAK.COM Program Partners for volunteers, safety team & racers

Please check the Tallulah Race Facebook page for news and updates:

https://www.facebook.com/Tallulah-Race-1790802457827305/

Spectator Hike-in Info:

http://gastateparks.org/info/244913?c=13023937



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natefry

Tallulah Race

natefry wrote 100 days ago:


Sponsored by WORLDKAYAK.COM

Schedule for Race day (November 13th):

7:00-8:00am Check-In, start time given, and Race Bib pick up for preregistered and approved racers only.

8:00-8:30am Race meeting

8:30am Racers will start down the stairs

Start Time: Once Georgia Power has given notification that we can start, the first racer will be released. Shooting for some time between 9:30-10:00am

5:30pm Awards ceremony at put-in parking lot with door prize drawing from WORLDKAYAK.COM Program Partners for volunteers, safety team & racers

Please check the Tallulah Race Facebook page for news and updates:

https://www.facebook.com/Tallulah-Race-1790802457827305/

Spectator Hike-in Info:

http://gastateparks.org/info/244913?c=13023937



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james

Tallulah Race

james wrote 100 days ago:


Sponsored by WORLDKAYAK.COM

Schedule for Race day (November 13th):

7:00-8:00am Check-In, start time given, and Race Bib pick up for preregistered and approved racers only.

8:00-8:30am Race meeting

8:30am Racers will start down the stairs

Start Time: Once Georgia Power has given notification that we can start, the first racer will be released. Shooting for some time between 9:30-10:00am



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natefry

Cherry Hole Rodeo 2016

natefry wrote 247 days ago:


Last weekend, the Wenatchee River graced us with near perfect river levels for a freestyle rodeo at Cherry Hole in the Tumwater Canyon. While the majority of the play features on the Wenatchee vanish as the water comes down, Cherry Hole appears and delivers a textbook play hole style feature. If you’re looking to throw inverted tricks with large amplitude, this is your wave.

Darren Albright getting some serious pop!

The format for the rodeo was as follows. Paddlers teamed up in groups of four and paddled for 5 minutes. This allowed us to score the paddlers individually without trying to cycle through the whole rotation of 13 paddlers. While each paddler took to the wave, they were scored by three judges on trick difficulty, height and combos, and overall style. During the five minute heats, paddlers tried to rack up as many points as possible. There were two heats with a short break in the middle and it was amazing how some of the paddlers stepped it up from the first heat to the second.

Jordan Ross getting those ends deep!

Eli Spiegel making it look easy

Janelle Deane getting her Jedi surf on

Brett Barton preparing for a deep dive into the face

Jackson Pahlke partying in a Rockstar

Chase Nobles standing her up real tall

Ben Kinsella bringing that World Class steeze, setting up for a big loop

Tyler Nicklos pulling a hard carve across the face, looking for that sweet spot

The full scene! Cherry Hole makes a perfect venue for a freestyle rodeo.

Overall, everyone threw down extra hard and we all had a great time. Thanks a ton to everyone who made it out. Special thanks to Marco Colella and Mercé Chamness for helping with judging and organization. Christopher Kelly was the onsite photographer for the rodeo. If you would like to see more images from the competition or purchase an image, you can email Chris @ ceeksmaui@yahoo.com. This event was sponsored by the World Kayak Organization. A big shout out to all of our supporters who make these community events possible!!

Cheers,

T-Pot!



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james

Cherry Hole Rodeo 2016

james wrote 247 days ago:


Last weekend, the Wenatchee River graced us with near perfect river levels for a freestyle rodeo at Cherry Hole in the Tumwater Canyon. While the majority of the play features on the Wenatchee vanish as the water comes down, Cherry Hole appears and delivers a textbook play hole style feature. If you’re looking to throw inverted tricks with large amplitude, this is your wave.

Darren Albright getting some serious pop!

The format for the rodeo was as follows. Paddlers teamed up in groups of four and paddled for 5 minutes. This allowed us to score the paddlers individually without trying to cycle through the whole rotation of 13 paddlers. While each paddler took to the wave, they were scored by three judges on trick difficulty, height and combos, and overall style. During the five minute heats, paddlers tried to rack up as many points as possible. There were two heats with a short break in the middle and it was amazing how some of the paddlers stepped it up from the first heat to the second.

Jordan Ross getting those ends deep!

Eli Spiegel making it look easy

Janelle Deane getting her Jedi surf on

Brett Barton preparing for a deep dive into the face

Jackson Pahlke partying in a Rockstar

Chase Nobles standing her up real tall

Ben Kinsella bringing that World Class steeze, setting up for a big loop

Tyler Nicklos pulling a hard carve across the face, looking for that sweet spot

The full scene! Cherry Hole makes a perfect venue for a freestyle rodeo.

Overall, everyone threw down extra hard and we all had a great time. Thanks a ton to everyone who made it out. Special thanks to Marco Colella and Mercé Chamness for helping with judging and organization. Christopher Kelly was the onsite photographer for the rodeo. If you would like to see more images from the competition or purchase an image, you can email Chris @ ceeksmaui@yahoo.com. This event was sponsored by the World Kayak Organization. A big shout out to all of our supporters who make these community events possible!!

Cheers,

T-Pot!



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james

Cherry Hole Rodeo 2016

james wrote 247 days ago:


Last weekend, the Wenatchee River graced us with near perfect river levels for a freestyle rodeo at Cherry Hole in the Tumwater Canyon. While the majority of the play features on the Wenatchee vanish as the water comes down, Cherry Hole appears and delivers a textbook play hole style feature. If you’re looking to throw inverted tricks with large amplitude, this is your wave.

Darren Albright getting some serious pop!

The format for the rodeo was as follows. Paddlers teamed up in groups of four and paddled for 5 minutes. This allowed us to score the paddlers individually without trying to cycle through the whole rotation of 13 paddlers. While each paddler took to the wave, they were scored by three judges on trick difficulty, height and combos, and overall style. During the five minute heats, paddlers tried to rack up as many points as possible. There were two heats with a short break in the middle and it was amazing how some of the paddlers stepped it up from the first heat to the second.

Jordan Ross getting those ends deep!

Eli Spiegel making it look easy

Janelle Deane getting her Jedi surf on

Brett Barton preparing for a deep dive into the face

Jackson Pahlke partying in a Rockstar

Chase Nobles standing her up real tall

Ben Kinsella bringing that World Class steeze, setting up for a big loop

Tyler Nicklos pulling a hard carve across the face, looking for that sweet spot

The full scene! Cherry Hole makes a perfect venue for a freestyle rodeo.

Overall, everyone threw down extra hard and we all had a great time. Thanks a ton to everyone who made it out. Special thanks to Marco Colella and Mercé Chamness for helping with judging and organization. Christopher Kelly was the onsite photographer for the rodeo. If you would like to see more images from the competition or purchase an image, you can email Chris @ ceeksmaui@yahoo.com. This event was sponsored by the World Kayak Organization. A big shout out to all of our supporters who make these community events possible!!

Cheers,

T-Pot!



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saskia

Cherry Hole Rodeo 2016

saskia wrote 247 days ago:


Last weekend, the Wenatchee River graced us with near perfect river levels for a freestyle rodeo at Cherry Hole in the Tumwater Canyon. While the majority of the play features on the Wenatchee vanish as the water comes down, Cherry Hole appears and delivers a textbook play hole style feature. If you’re looking to throw inverted tricks with large amplitude, this is your wave.

Darren Albright getting some serious pop!

The format for the rodeo was as follows. Paddlers teamed up in groups of four and paddled for 5 minutes. This allowed us to score the paddlers individually without trying to cycle through the whole rotation of 13 paddlers. While each paddler took to the wave, they were scored by three judges on trick difficulty, height and combos, and overall style. During the five minute heats, paddlers tried to rack up as many points as possible. There were two heats with a short break in the middle and it was amazing how some of the paddlers stepped it up from the first heat to the second.

Jordan Ross getting those ends deep!

Eli Spiegel making it look easy

Janelle Deane getting her Jedi surf on

Brett Barton preparing for a deep dive into the face

Jackson Pahlke partying in a Rockstar

Chase Nobles standing her up real tall

Ben Kinsella bringing that World Class steeze, setting up for a big loop

Tyler Nicklos pulling a hard carve across the face, looking for that sweet spot

The full scene! Cherry Hole makes a perfect venue for a freestyle rodeo.

Overall, everyone threw down extra hard and we all had a great time. Thanks a ton to everyone who made it out. Special thanks to Marco Colella and Mercé Chamness for helping with judging and organization. Christopher Kelly was the onsite photographer for the rodeo. If you would like to see more images from the competition or purchase an image, you can email Chris @ ceeksmaui@yahoo.com. This event was sponsored by the World Kayak Organization. A big shout out to all of our supporters who make these community events possible!!

Cheers,

T-Pot!



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