Salmon-A-Rama kayak tournament

Posted by keith on 06 June, 2011
Category Up coming events

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This a great tournament to fish if you love to catch salmon from a kayak like I do.
 



Gathering Waters Festival at Lake Shore State Park

- Paddle demo with Laacke & Joys during the festival

Date: Saturday, June 11th
Time: 11:00am - 6:00pm | FREE EVENT - OPEN TO PUBLIC
Address: Peninsula park in Lake Michigan off the coast of Summerfest
More info: Friends of Lakeshore State Park

We'll have many different activities going on at the beach, so come over and see us. Test paddle some of our most popular kayaks, canoes and standup paddleboards, meet kayak fisherman, Keith Gelhar, sponsored by Native Watercraft. Keith will be on hand to answer any questions you may have on kayaking fishing for salmon on Lake Michigan, with a live trolling demonstration at 1:30.

Talk to Sherri from Sherrikayaks, and watch a kayak rolling demonstration along with safety rescue's during the day. Test your balance on a Gibbon Slackline - a fun activity for kids of all ages.

All paddlers must be 18 years or older to paddle solo. Kids 15 and over can paddle solo with parent/guaradian consent. Kids 14 and younger can paddle with parent/guardian.


 



Coming Events

Posted by keith on 02 June, 2011
Category Up coming events

Paddle demo at Fox River Park in Waukesha County

Date: Sunday, June 5th
Time: 12:30-3:00pm
Address: W264 S4500 River Road | Waukesha, WI 53189
Note: $5 parking fee per car

Come on over and test paddle some of our most popular kayaks, canoes and standup paddleboards at Fox River Park located in Waukesha County. Check out a display of tents from MSR, talk to kayak fisherman, Keith Gelhar, sponsored by Native Watercraft. He'll be on hand to answer any questions about kayak fishing and may do a demonstration on the water. We'll also be serving up some Backpackers Pantry... a treat you may not want to miss.

All paddlers must be 18 years or older to paddle solo. Kids 15 and over can paddle solo with parent/guaradian consent. Kids 14 and younger can paddle with parent/guardian.


Thanks to all of you that stopped by.
Keith