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Informational: Beginners Guide to Kayak Terminology

Bags: The inflated air-bags made to be inserted into the bow and stern of a kayak. When the boat fills up with water the float bags occupy some of the inner volume. So instead of pulling 45 gallons (360 pounds) of water to shore, your burden is reduced by the volume of the bags. Note: Float bags do…

Informational: Gear Checklist Rafting Trip Gear

…______________________________________ Oar Towers [ ] ______________________________________ Throw Bag [ ] ______________________________________ Flip Kit [ ] ______________________________________ Bow Line [ ] ______________________________________ Sponge [ ] ______________________________________…

Informational: Outfitting Your Touring Kayak

…Mirror/Whistle Whitewater Safety > Knives"> Whitewater Kayaking > Whitewater Safety > Knives NRS Bungee Paddle Leash NRS Kayak Tow Line Dry Bags & Cases"> Rafting > Dry Bags & Cases Sprayskirts & Covers"> Kayak Touring > Sprayskirts & Covers Brunton 58 Kayak Compass NRS Kayak Bilge Pump NRS Deluxe…

Informational: A Paddler's Dictionary

…canoe, having a bowman capable of executing one can prevent yelling and recrimination. Drybag - A waterproof bag used for gear storage. Having a change of clothes in a dry bag is essential if your bowman can’t execute a draw stroke. Eddy - A place in the river, often behind an obstruction…

Informational: Basic Terminology for Raft & Cataraft Features and Accessories

…Flip Lines: A helpful addition to any overturned raft or cataraft. Two flip lines are placed on one side to aid in righting the boat when overturned. Bow-Line: Use a bow-line bag full of rope to secure your boat to shore so you can save your rescue rope for emergencies. Thwart Bag: A convenient…

Informational: NRS Inflatable Boat & SUP Guide

…Guide NRS inflatable boats have come a long way since the first NRS Otter rolled off the production line in 1983. Advances in materials, design and manufacturing have allowed us to create a line of rafts, catarafts, inflatable kayaks, inflatable SUP boards and inflatable drift boats that is as…

Informational: Clyde's 2006 Grand Canyon Blog

…strong right lateral line so we decided to hug the right bank with our boats’ butts and smooth it. I went first, tucked in behind the upper rocks along the shore and pulled back. For a few seconds it looked like I might catch the big hole but I kept pulling and the bow pirouetted over the edge…

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