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Thursday, 25 August 2011 23:47

Keeping it Clean

Oregon, this weekend, joins its neighboring states of Washington and Idaho with mandatory boat inspection stations.  Kayaks are not exempt from these inspections which seak out possible invasive species that include quagga mussels, eurasian milfoil, and more.  Failure to stop will get you pulled over, and ticketed by the state patrol.  Let's take a look at common trouble areas on kayaks and how to deal with them.

Published in How To Paddling
Monday, 11 January 2010 13:11

Whatever you need to float your boat...

The Boat Show, The Boat Show, You gotta do The Boat Show
Whatever you need to float your boat is there for you to see.

That was the radio jingle for the boat show when I was a kid. Must have been a good jingle for me to remember it so well 20 years later.

The boat and outdoor show season is BACK in action for 2010, and here's where you can find your local shows

Published in Pacific Northwest
Monday, 28 December 2009 10:44

Quagga, Zebra, and Milfoil, oh my!

Invasive clams, mussels, snails and vegetation like milfoil are a scourge to freshwater fishing everywhere.  The State of Washington does random checkpoints throughout the year to look over boats, canoes and kayaks entering the state to inspect them for these invasive invertebrates.

Published in Pacific Northwest

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