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The Kayaking blogs is a place for you to read, share and learn about other kayakers adventures and  kayaking stories. Or just want to share your favorite kayaking journeys.
Help other who are looking for a place to kayaking or need more information on different types of gear or kayaks.




The more kayakers that get involved in the kayaking blog the better. You can post in the kayaking blogs about adventures, your favorite kayaking places. You can even use the kayaking blogs to inform people about river trips or river clean-ups.

Blog about your favorite gear or type of paddle you like best. Are you a Greenland paddle kayaker or do you like the euro style better?

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There is even kayaking tips and videos to help you master your kayaking skills.

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Kayaking Blogs — 3 Comments

  1. I have a question about chart plotters for kayaks. I am looking for any information on chart plotters for navigation purposes only. I do not intend to use it for fishing, so I do not need a combo fish finder / chart plotter. I am interested in something that will help me navigate the channels in larger rivers like the Missouri or the Mississippi and also the Inter Coastal Waterway.

    • German makes some digital GPS chart plotters. I have never used theirs but I am sure you can find reviews. There is also the GPS store on line.
      Some people I kayak with use the GPS on their cell phone. I use an app call launch sites on my cell phone.
      Hope this helps

  2. Brain,

    Thanks for your reply. Unfortunately, a plain GPS will not work for me. I need something, which is going to help navigate the river so I can stay in the channel. I know it may seem like an easy task, but going down the river I am trying to remain in the channel in the deep water, which is the fast moving water. You would think it would be as easy as following the markers but I have learned there is more to it than that. I will look into the Garmin chart plotters.