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Let’s start at the beginning. This past summer I decided that I had finally had enough of not being able to put any kind of decals on my 2000 Wilderness Systems Pungo. You see, because of the pebbled surface the only place that any decals would even...

Kayaking can be as easy or challenging as you want, depending on your choice of on-the-water environments. You can learn the basic skills for kayaking in protected waters in just a few hours. It's best to take a class with a qualified instructor, to...

Before setting my sights on reservoir fishing, I thought that I had no need for a depth finder. Carefully studying a rivers surface, I could foretell the locations of ledge rocks and boulders by the boils they deflected to the surface. While fishing...

Reposted from the Wilderness Systems blog, written by Chad Hoover Flush mount rod holders are great for flatwater and nearshore fishing if properly installed. Factory installed rod holders are generally installed in a standard position and angled...

Reposted from the Wilderness Systems blog, by Joe Poole Here is a video I made showing how to make a 360 degree lantern out of a Wyler Light drink mix can and a Mini-Maglite. It is brighter than any kayak light I have seen on the market today. Here...

If you have a car rack with small round or flat bars, place your kayak either upside down or on edge to lessen the chance of distortion. Foam pads can help prevent distortion. If you have specially designed kayak carriers as part of an aftermarket...

While any age child can participate in a tandem boat with a qualified partner, kids from seven to ten years old are at an ideal age to learn to kayak in their own boat. Young people in this age group have generally grown enough to fit smaller kayaks...

ROOF RACK A crossbar roof rack (or “sports rack”) for your vehicle is the best method of transporting a kayak. It should be lashed down at each crossbar, as well as at the bow and stern to each end of the vehicle. Kayak cradles are recommended for...

Want to know how to reseal your bulkhead? We recommend using a bulkhead sealant and following these steps: 1) Clean the area with soap and water and let it dry 2) Leave the old sealant in place unless it’s pulling away from the boat or bulkhead 3)...

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