Wavewalk Kayak Fishing Provides Fun for All Ages

This past weekend Arizona kayak enthusiast and W Kayak distributor, Avery Sellards ventured into the water for the first time with his new W Fishing Kayak. However, he didn’t go alone. His wife, teenage son, daughter, and young grandson all came along to join in on the fun. Avery’s son had no problem mastering the new boat, within just a few minutes he was “standing up looking like a pro.” All of the younger Sellards were enthralled by the W Kayak, asking “where are we going next weekend?” Suffice to say, both young and old had a great time, and the pictures from the excursion speak for themselves.

Avery's son in the W Kayak

Avery's son, daughter, and grandson in the W Kayak

Avery's daughter stand up paddling in the W Kayak

Avery's son and grandson paddling in the W Fishing Kayak

Avery's son, daughter, and grandson in the W Kayak

Avery's grandson paddling in the W Kayak

 

Jesse’s Kids Go Out for Round Two

Back in July we featured an article about Jesse and his kids going out kayaking in the W fishing kayak and having an awesome time. Needless to say, they went out again, this time in their new home state of North Carolina, and Jesse made a cool video of their trip.

While the whole video is pretty amazing, we skipped to the good part where Jesse’s adorable son and daughter climb in and go out fishing with their dad. You can just tell by the grin on Jesse’s son’s face that he’s having a blast.

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Three Kids Squeeze in Wavewalk 500 Kayak with Grandpa for Tandem Fun

Neville Badcock, a native of Tasmania, an island near Australia, took his three grandkids out to paddle in the Southern Ocean, breaking the Wavewalk 500 fishing kayak record of most people on board!

Neville with his three grandkids paddling the W Kayak

Even with four people in the boat, there’s still plenty of leg room up front, and unlike a traditional kayak, the W Kayak shows no signs of instability even with this excessive load. The two brothers and their grandpa did most of the heavy lifting, all three of them paddling in tandem while their sister sat for a free ride.

Neville and his three grandkids paddling the W Kayak in tandem

With this historic South Ocean excursion, the W Kayak can now truly be called a double tandem craft! My brother [13] and I [16] can definitely vouch that the W is perfect for tandem kayaking, because we’ve been doing so for nearly a decade.

San Diego Siblings Kayak With Their Family

On a windy day in San Diego, CA, Jane, her daughter Netanya, and her three grandchildren, Tommy, Alaris, and Ilana, took their newly christened W Fishing Kayak into the water to paddle and have a good time. All three grandchildren are under 10 years old, with Tommy being the youngest at just 7 years old. Despite their young age, the dauntless trio had no problem paddling both on their own and sharing the boat with their elders.

Says Jane: “It was very windy that day, though the bay was flat water.  My nine year old granddaughter Alaris took to it immediately and paddled away (and back again) with no troubles.  My seven year old grandson Tommy tried his hand, and you can see we kept him on a loose tether because of the wind.”

Goofing in the W kayak
Netanya, Ilana, and Alaris fit snugly into the W Kayak with no issue.
9 year old Alaris paddling solo
9 year old Alaris paddling by herself down the river.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tommy paddling solo, with a tether
Tommy, with the safety of a tether just in case, paddles around.
Tommy pulling the W kayak by himself
Tommy dragging the W Kayak by himself- literally so easy a child can do it!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All in all, it was a very successful and very fun first trip in the W Kayak for everyone, even the inexperienced younger kayakers. Jane and her family loved the boat so much that she went to the trouble of customizing it with impressive decals and dubbing it the ‘River Cat,’ a cool name without a doubt.

Jane's_River_Cat_W_Kayak_01  Jane's_kayak_art_02

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Hello and welcome to my website. My name is Jeff Mikkola, and I live in Mountain Iron, in northern Minnesota, not far from the Canadian…