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Canoeing and Kayaking

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  • Stand-up paddleboard a booming platform for fishing and more

    For years, Peter Hinck has been recognized as the kayak fishing guru of the Treasure Coast. The 57-year-old Sebastian resident has written articles, appeared in how-to videos, and conducted seminars around southeast Florida on the best ways to catch everything from snapper to amberjack, inshore to offshore, from a kayak.
  • Seniors on the Go: Cuba: Big Cuba: Big destination for 2015? Where else?

    Seniors on the Go: Cuba: Big Cuba: Big destination for 2015? Where else?
    President Obama's opening to Cuba last week will soon make visiting easier for many more U.S. visitors. But it's far from wide-open tourism. You still have to go through some official red tape. Before the Castro revolution, Cuba was one of the most...

    State Holds Hearing On Seaside State Park Plans

    State Holds Hearing On Seaside State Park Plans
    WATERFORD — Barry Gorfain, an avid kayaker and hiker, has a vision for Seaside State Park. The Niantic resident would like to see a launching area allowing direct access to Long Island Sound for kayakers and canoeists — a rarity in the state....

    Gary Ferguson shoulders grief's burden in 'The Carry Home'

    Gary Ferguson shoulders grief's burden in 'The Carry Home'
    The new book by celebrated nature writer Gary Ferguson, "The Carry Home: Lessons From the American Wilderness," is a big-hearted, soul-searching memoir about grief and ritual and identity, about a man looking to nature for answers after the death of his...

    At Newport Beach boat auction, bargain hunters don't go overboard

    At Newport Beach boat auction, bargain hunters don't go overboard
    Standing on a dock at the Harbor Patrol office in Corona del Mar, Harbor Resources Manager Chris Miller pointed to a rundown red sailboat that had been abandoned by its owner. "Let's start the bidding at $20," he announced to a crowd of about 100 people...