By Paul Harrison Thought I would share a rigging idea that’s working well for me. I used the familiar shoelace style deck rigging on the front third or so of the Wavewalk saddle. Works great securing items you want close at hand. You see as examples a fish lipper and that’s a spare paddle on … Continue reading “Saddle rigging”
Outfitting and Rigging Your Wavewalk® We’ve stopped updating this section of our website due to the over abundance of new material. Simply, these days, nearly every new Wavewalk user motorize their Wavewalk, and this is especially true with the new W700 that we launched in 2015, and the S4 models that we launched in 2017. … Continue reading “Outfitting”
By Paul Harrison Thought you would enjoy these photos from a little trip I took yesterday. This pelican joined me for a few minutes. He may have been curious about the unusual craft I was in, but I am sure he was more interested in seeing if I had a fish or maybe some bait … Continue reading “Pelican and Wavewalk looking for fish in south Mississippi”
Top Contributors to Wavewalk® Fishing and Boating Over the years, many people have contributed to advancing and perfecting Wavewalk kayaks, Wavewalk fishing, and Wavewalk boating through countless reviews, ideas, experiments, innovations, fishing trip reports, articles, and videos. This section of our website highlights the top contributors, who have made exceptional and continuous contributions. We are … Continue reading “Top Contributors”
Paul Harrison participated in the annual kayak festival in Ocean Springs, and sent us this photo:
The 3 mile race was originally scheduled to be 4.5 miles long, but choppy water conditions prompted organizers to shorten it.