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EJ's Advanced River Running DVD (out-of-stock)

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Finally, while watching Jackson Kayak's Advanced River Run you can prepare yourself properly to run class 3, 4, and 5 whitewater BEFORE you run it! Let three time World Freestyle Champion, Extreme Champion, and Olympic slalom racer, Eric Jackson show you the right way to do approach your river running. Lifetime kayaker, world champion squirt boater, extreme champion, and pioneer Clay Wright heads up the safety program to assure that you know how to stay safe. Learn to boof, read harder water, deal with rocks, holes, long rapids, waterfalls, slides, and more. A discussion on the right tools for river running, including your kayak, paddle, gear, and safety equipment provides you with the ability to choose wisely. Come with us to run some of the classics in the Southeast on our 8 day river running tour. North Chic, Caney Fork, Tellico, Chattooga, Tallulah, and more during beautiful spring runoff season.

See young paddlers, Emily and Dane Jackson, and Nick Troutman, along with veteran boaters EJ, Clay, and Stephen Wright lead the way.


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Not as good as Rolling and Bracing DVD

By EV, not EJ

from Atlanta, GA

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Comments about Jackson Kayak EJ's Advanced River Running DVD:

Video was very short. Wasn't a guide to running any particular river, which I had expected. Mostly some generic, beginner advice. Wasted bunch of time talking about equipment and hand signals - not advanced topics in my book. His Rolling and Bracing video is much more useful.

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