In The Pack for Chattajack

Editor's Note: This is a first in a Distressed Mullet Series on Chattajack Prep. Additional columns will focus on landmarks and navigation on the river and the all-engrossing issue of "bio breaks" when you paddle for 32 miles. So...there's two weeks and some change left...

Meet Joe Paddler: Worth Liipfert

Do you want to be featured as a Distressed Mullet "Joe Paddler?" Click here to read about it and nab the questions. Read about all of the other "Joe Paddlers" by clicking over to the master post here. Where do you SUP the most? Beaufort river What board...

Julia Nicholls: Hula Girls, Santa Clause, and a Sup Race in North Carolina NASCAR Country?

Above photo from Dashboards and Saddlebags. See the gallery here. “My Aloha Paddle and Surf” in Mooresville, North Carolina, organized the very first paddleboard race on Lake Norman this last Saturday benefitting the Catawba River keeper. They did everything right. Right for a great race...

Gear Review: Hey Dude Vigo Easy Life Work Boot – The Anti-UGG

Jay Manning and his Vigo boots
I have never been an UGG person.  I have nothing against those boots from Australia. They have their purpose, just not on my feet.  Can’t explain it.  Just not my thing. Actually, I think I can explain it.  I love slippahs.  Flip-Flops.  Go-Aheads.  I love...

Meet Joe Paddler: Troy Trimmer, Shoreline, WA

Joe Paddler Troy Trimmer
Where you were born and where you live now? I'm originally from So Cal but now happily reside in Shoreline, WA (Seattle). What is your occupation? Outdoor Industry Sales Exec/Rep Where do you SUP the most? Mostly Puget Sound but often find myself enjoying the freshwater lakes around here...

Meet Joe Paddler: Lawrence Goldstein, Briarcliff Manor, New York

Where you were born and where you live now? I was born in Hoboken, New Jersey, hometown of Frank Sinatra but he never paddled or made the Mullet. I now live in Briarcliff Manor, New York which is in Westchester County just north of NYC. What...

The Inland Paddler: Summer Must Have Paddle Gear

Summer Must Have Paddle Gear
Summer Must Have Paddle Gear With the temps starting to warm up, I recently made the decision to retire the dry suits to the storage closet and am anxiously awaiting the moment when I can do the same with all the neoprene.  This is the...

There’s Snow Place Like Home

Ahhh winter. Frosty mornings breaking into crystal clear days. Subzero temperatures that hover on freezing. Still waters of casting mirror images of majestic mountains. Spectrums of color exploding in an early morning golden crust over the eastern ranges falling to shadows in the West. It’s Lake Wanaka and...

100/100 Hits the Reset Button

We are hitting the RESET button for our 100/100 Paddle Challenge. We’re not quitting, because slow and steady wins the race; but we are taking it up a notch, we are going to hurt your PANCREAS (thank you Steve Dullack!) We are going to...

View from the Back: Fathers be Good to your Daughters

When I was a little girl, my dad drove me to horseback riding lessons every Tuesday night at a stable 45 minutes away from where we lived. He would sit in his car or in the drafty indoor ring and talk on his cell...

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