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Kayaking and SUP in the U.S and Mexico.

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Glide SUP on the river!

I've seen a lot of SUP products over the last few years, some good, some bad.  Recently I had the chance to paddle some Glide SUP boards, traditional surfboard design with a bombproof GSS coating.   My Glide boards have fallen from the roof rack to the cement, t-boned other surfboards in the ocean and been ridden across thousands of rocks without any damage.If you are looking for a lightweight board with…See More
Mar 18, 2013
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Stand Up Paddling in Mexico!

We've been making the rounds here in Mexico this year.  Water levels are on the low side so we have been using the SUP,s a lot this year.  After the Alseseca Race we went to the Rio Filobobos then down to Rio Actopan...and later everybody's favorite whitewater paradise  Rio Micos!Boards we are using are the:  NRS Czar, Glide SUP Mongo and the Satrboard Converse 9.0great times...enjoy the videoAaronSee More
Jan 29, 2013
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Astral Brewers for SUP.

This blog is from a SUP stand point.  SUP is much more footwear intensive than kayaking.  When we find something good..we get very excited!http://cksblog.com/2012/12/astral-brewer-long-term-review-by-aaron-  until later Aaron See More
Dec 17, 2012
Aaron koch posted a blog post

New SUP boards from NRS!

NRS has a new line of inflatable SUP boards for 2013.  You can expect to see some of the best river running inflatables on the market.  These boards are light weight, durable and ready to surf.There will be thicker boards for heavier paddlers and the standard 4 inch drop stitch as well.  The board pictured is the Czar. …See More
Oct 26, 2012
Aaron koch commented on Aaron koch's blog post Waterfalls on a SUP? Is it possible?
"You are right about the Tripod...this sequence is from the 6th or 7th time down this drop..ha  I tried the paddle on both sides out of frustration, plus i tended to fall left at the bottom..hence the wishful thinking for a left brace.  :)"
Mar 29, 2012
playak commented on Aaron koch's blog post Waterfalls on a SUP? Is it possible?
"wondering why you have the paddle blade on your left. when i have my left foot in front, i typically have my paddle on the right, because it gives me a 'tripod stability'. any particular reason?"
Mar 29, 2012

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I try to boat as much as possible. Have 2 brothers who also kayak.
Website:
http://www.kayakhuasteca.com
What boats do you paddle?
Dragorossi Thruster....Jefe Grande
What paddle(s) do you use?
AT
What other paddle gear do you use?
IR...nuttin but the best

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Posted on September 21, 2014 at 8:30pm

Glide SUP on the river!

I've seen a lot of SUP products over the last few years, some good, some bad.  Recently I had the chance to paddle some Glide SUP boards, traditional surfboard design with a bombproof GSS coating.   My Glide boards have fallen from the roof rack to the cement, t-boned other surfboards in the ocean and been ridden across thousands of rocks without any damage.

If you are looking for a…

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Posted on March 18, 2013 at 7:00am

Stand Up Paddling in Mexico!

We've been making the rounds here in Mexico this year.  Water levels are on the low side so we have been using the SUP,s a lot this year.  After the Alseseca Race we went to the Rio Filobobos then down to Rio Actopan...and later everybody's favorite whitewater paradise  Rio Micos!

Boards we are using are the:  NRS Czar, Glide SUP Mongo and the…

Continue

Posted on February 14, 2013 at 9:30pm

Astral Brewers for SUP.

This blog is from a SUP stand point.  SUP is much more footwear intensive than kayaking.  When we find something good..we get very excited!

http://cksblog.com/2012/12/astral-brewer-long-term-review-by-aaron-

 

 

until later

 

Aaron

 

Posted on December 17, 2012 at 1:33am

New SUP boards from NRS!

NRS has a new line of inflatable SUP boards for 2013.  You can expect to see some of the best river running inflatables on the market.  These boards are light weight, durable and ready to surf.…

Continue

Posted on October 26, 2012 at 10:41pm

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At 5:33pm on March 4, 2009, dave kloberdanz said…
Thanks Aaron! Good place to be. Speaking of good place to be.........are you coming back to B.V. for the summer? Old Man Team needs you for after work river running!
At 8:57pm on April 20, 2008, Noel Phillips said…
Hi Aaron! Missoula IS an amazing place--that's why I finally decided to make it my home. Pretty much any outdoor activity you do can be done from Missoula. Are you thinking of coming here permanently or just for the summer? Finding a place (I'm assuming you are talking about renting--if not, let me know) in the summer should be very easy as the college students will have gone home for the season and there will be a lot of vacancies. If you need help with figuring out what part of town to live in, I can help. As for jobs, again, that depends on what you are looking for and if it is part time/full-time and/or just for the summer. There will be no shortage of low-paying bartender/waiter, retail, etc. type jobs. Right now, there are also a lot of outdoor youth counseling and weed management type jobs that I've seen in the paper. Missoula suffers from consistently underpaying employees but having a high cost of living. If you are lucky enough to find a great job, then you've got it made and Missoula will be fantastic to live in. It takes a lot of patience, some luck and persistence to find a good job. What type are you looking for? That would help give me a better idea of whether or not it will be difficult. Give me a call if I can help! 406-544-0747 is my cell. Take care and good luck!
At 3:36pm on February 3, 2008, J.C. said…
hey Aaron how go'sit doggie dog,,things good I hope let me know if you wanna hook up this spring summer or fall we got lots of goodies to play on so come on over you not far waka wai and I will be waiting for ya ,,,,be safe and cheers...........
At 5:12pm on January 10, 2008, J.C. said…
holly good gosh that so sucks no mystic in seattle,, well i got the one i got from my bro , and holdin tight to it until norm gets more here dude this boat rocks!!!! hey send me ideas , Cheers mate
At 12:28pm on January 10, 2008, J.C. said…
hey brothar if you ever make it to tn. ocoee I sure would like to do some paddling yell at me
At 4:25pm on January 7, 2008, Matthew Koch said…
were are you bro ? :)
At 8:06pm on December 22, 2007, Andrew Koch said…
Whitewater kayaking SUCKS :)
 
 
 

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