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Attwood Wood Canoe Paddle (2 1/2-Feet)

by Attwood
List price: $13.98 Price: $14.10 Buy Now

Features:
  • Telescopes to 42-Inch (1.06m)
  • Items are sourced from Feather Brand and sold By Attwood
  • Compact for easy storage. Emergency orange color

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Telescoping Paddle



Caviness RD Series Laminated Wood Paddle, Natural, 4-Feet

by Sportsman Supply Inc.
List price: $19.91 Price: $19.62 Buy Now

Features:
  • Blade Dimensions: 6" x 16"
  • Grip Type: Palm
  • Shaft Dimensions: At Grip: 1 1/4", At Throat: 1 1/4"

Product description

The RD Series has the CAVINESS Wedge Insert as a "Standard" feature. This cross grain end lamination process provides the butt of the paddle blade with a feature normally applied to only Very Expensive Paddles. With the wedge insert, palm grip, and Twin Stripe design, there are few better.






RAYMARINE E66054 Optional High Speed Tm Transducer

RAYMARINE E66054 Optional High Speed Tm Transducer

by Cwr Products (Other Marine Electronics & Accessories)

Prices range: $141.52 - $159.99 (4 stores)

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Intro to Rock Gardening: Running Features 10/14/15, via CANOE & KAYAK

Kayaking between or over rocks in the ocean can be intimidating, but here are a few observational and paddling techniques I use to help make running features safer and more fun. As I paddle up to a rock garden, the first thing I do is pick the line I

CANOE & KAYAK

Rides: David Bixby's Cape Falcon F1 Skin-On-Frame Kayak 10/13/15, via CANOE & KAYAK

Brian is a great teacher as well as an extremely competent wood worker and boat builder. One of the students in our class was a classical musician. On a couple of mornings during the build class, he sat in the big wood barn surrounded by the sinuous 

How It's Made: Canoe Paddles (S09E01.3)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=38OJzihHcm8

See how today's wooden paddles really go the nautical mile.

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10 Wooden Boats You Can Build

10 Wooden Boats You Can Build

Published by WoodenBoat Books 1995

ISBN 0937822345,9780937822340
191 pages

The beauty of this book is that the construction bugs have already been worked out of the designs. Plans, step-by-step instructions, material lists photographs and detailed diagrams.

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Intro to Rock Gardening: Running Features - CANOE & KAYAK

Field Tested: 4 Expedition-Worthy Crossover Kayaks. Words: Joe Jackson Photos: Aaron Schmidt The Wild and Scenic stretch of Oregon’s Lower Rogue could well be defined as a crossover river. Ambling miles of emerald Class II punctuated with whoop-worthy Class III (and the occasional Class IV drop) make it a perfect place for beginner whitewater boaters to cross into the intermediate range. This heavenly protected stretch made famous by the likes of author Zane Grey and Meryl Streep (a la The River Wild) also toes the line between rugged and luxurious. Deep in the canyon, outfitters such as Rogue Wilderness Adventures serve rib-eye steaks to clients reclining on inflatable couches. This dichotomous stretch of river was the perfect testing ground for a quiver of four crossover kayaks. Our group of C&K staffers and regular contributors spent three long summer days on the Rogue, evaluating how each of these boats would serve as a do (almost) everything river craft. Over these 34 low-stress miles we sprinted in flatwater, dropped the crossovers’ retractable skegs to drift, peeled in and out of every eddy, and left no riffle unsurfed. After we left the Wild and Scenic section, we. Full Story. 5 Can’t-Miss Paddling Day Trips. Day trips are paddling gateways. They mark the transition from casual after work paddles to the soul altering journeys of discovery that make sea kayaking, canoeing, and whitewater lifelong pursuits. The skills you learn from day tripping—gear selection, navigation, group dynamics and more complex paddle strokes to handle your craft in varying conditions—will serve you well in the future, and pave the way to longer overnight and multiday trips. Before you dive into this list of our favorite day trip destinations, heed this warning: You are about to take the first step toward becoming hopelessly addicted to paddling. California Wild Asheville, N. C. Easy Eastern Whitewater Hessel, Mich. Sea Kayaking an Inland Sea Algonquin Park, Ontario The Heart of Canoe Country. Photos: Worlds in Review. Photos by Regina Nicolardi Nick Troutman sits in the eddy awaiting a judge’s thumbs up. His current score, 503. 33, leaves him in fifth place. After leading the field through semi finals he is now the last kayaker to surf the Garberator Wave for the 2015 ICF Freestyle Kayak World Championship, and the only man standing between Dane Jackson and his second world title. Troutman is an Ottawa River native, and the lone Canadian in the men’s kayak final. The home crowd, a community who have rallied to make this world championship a success, are going insane for their local paddling hero. The grand stand constructed of metal and wood is rumbling, the audience deafening as Troutman drops in. He hits the wave running, starting with the high scoring air screws that many of the top paddlers use to open their routine, then working his... As time expires, Troutman loses his paddle. He peels off the wave with his hands lifted into the air for his crowd, awaiting the judges’ score to see if he’ll earn a spot on the podium. Kayaking between or over rocks in the ocean can be intimidating, but here are a few observational and paddling techniques I use to help make running features safer and more fun. As I paddle up to a rock garden, the first thing I do is pick the line I want to take and spend some time watching how waves behave in that spot. Before anything else, I look at water depth. If there is not enough water to cover the rocks or it’s not deep enough for the period of time I will need to paddle across this area, then I just move on to the next spot. But if there is enough water to make the run, I usually watch the area as a set rolls through while visualizing my line. Some waves may be too small and not provide enough water to make the move. other waves may be too big and end up breaking over the rocks. As I look at the run to check water depth, I am also looking at the route the water takes when flowing through the rocks. Taking the run is similar to paddling a river. The best way through is usually to flow along with the current. One of the most important things I do is making sure I identify the right route to take all the way to the end of the feature before running it. I ask myself: does the water flow between points A and B and push all the way through to that nice...

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TRAC OUTDOORS Laminated Wood Paddle C10304

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Made of new zealand pine wood, these lightweight paddles are built for performance. The traditional shaft and palm grip have multi-ply laminated construction for strength with a waterproof polyurethane finish. Brown epoxy blade tip for durability.

$19.99

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TRAC OUTDOORS Laminated Wood Paddle C10303

Everything Else


Made of new zealand pine wood, these lightweight paddles are built for performance. The traditional shaft and palm grip have multi-ply laminated construction for strength with a waterproof polyurethane finish. Brown epoxy blade tip for durability.

$18.99

Wood Boat Paddles

An oar is an implement used for water-borne propulsion. Oars have a flat blade at one end. Oarsmen grasp the oar at the other end. The difference between oars and paddles are that paddles are held by the paddler, and are not connected with the vessel. Oars generally are connected to the vessel by means of rowlocks or tholes which transmit the applied force to the boat. In this system (known as a second class lever) the water is the fulcrum.
Oarsmen generally face the stern of the vessel, reach as far as they can towards the stern, and insert the blade of their oar in the water. As they lean back, towards the vessel's bow, the blade of their oars sweeps the water towards the stern, providing forward thrust - see lever.
For thousands of years vessels were powered either by sails, or the mechanical work of oarsmen, or paddlers. Some ancient vessels were propelled by either oars or sail, depending on the speed and direction of the wind (see galley).
Oars have traditionally been made of wood. The form is a long shaft (or loom) with a flat blade on the end. Where the oar connects to the boat there is a "collar" which stops the oar slipping past the rowlock. Oars usually have a handle,

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Boatyard Opening October 17 in Fort Lauderdale - 10/14/15, via New Times Broward Palm Beach

The yachty-chic retreat features a giant, 35-foot chandelier made of spiraling oars in all shapes ... a mixture of antique boathouse and mid-century chic. Warm wood tone finishes are accented with raw materials like rope and driftwood, combined with ...

Building boats: Workshop instills life skills in students - 10/10/15, via Stamford Advocate

"I love working with wood, I love boats, and I love helping kids," Brandl ... Brandl coached Jerrae as the teen negotiated the oars on each side of the boat. Jerrae chopped the water, then did as Brandl said and leaned back, pulled, and propelled the ...

NATURE (HUMAN AND OTHERWISE): Paddle the Green Harbor River - 10/08/15, via cohasset.wickedlocal.com

And so we transported our boats to Peter Igo Park ... On the relatively calm day that I visited this fall, it took a little over an hour to paddle up to the first wooden bridge in Daniel Webster Sanctuary, but only half that (with the wind at our backs ...

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Chuckanut 12 SOF Kayak - first launch
Chuckanut 12 SOF Kayak - first launch
A Chuckanut 12 skin-on-frame kayak after arriving safely at it's first destination, a tiny island in the Adirondacks. For more details on this this boat see the description info on my C12 build set... www.flickr.com/photos/dwstucke/sets/72157626275111935/wit...
Photo by dwstucke on Flickr
PBK 15 Skin-on-Frame Kayak
PBK 15 Skin-on-Frame Kayak
PBK 15 Kayak in New York's Adirondack Park
Photo by dwstucke on Flickr
Mark Gees Paddles
Mark Gees Paddles
I just doubled the number of @GeesEngland paddles I own. Need to book them in for a repair and revarnish. www.gees-england.co.uk Mark Gees of Twickenham
Photo by Cyberslayer on Flickr
126 8 inch Boat Paddles Wood Cutout Shapes by WoodCraftCutouts
126 8 inch Boat Paddles Wood Cutout Shapes by WoodCraftCutouts
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Wooden Dragon Boat Paddles
Wooden Dragon Boat Paddles
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