Rover on the Water

Rover on the Water

A paddler’s best pal? A pooch. Here’s why: Complain in the rain? No way. Low center of gravity and four-wheel drive? You betcha! Play pal ashore and cuddle buddy in the tent? Lack of training directly translates to safety issues for all involved, even on the flattest of water. Some dogs take naturally to the water; some don’t. Some avoid it like the plague. Taking your dog on a kayak can be lots of fun.

If your dog does not have consistent, ready recall of basic commands, they aren’t ready to hit the water. Taking time to help your dog completely acclimate to the idea of being in the boat and the water opens up a lifetime of incredible memories! Patience, consistent and respectful training, and plenty of benign, non-water related exposure to your boat can often help most hydrophobic hounds enjoy boating.

Finding a place for your dog to take care of business while mid-paddle can be a challenge. This is yet another situation where good training and ready recall of basic commands come into play. Training your dog to poop on command is no different than training any other “trick.” And just as you would for yourself, follow Leave No Trace practices: carry and bury, or pack it out. When burying, carry your dog’s poop 200+ feet from water, trails and camp, and bury it 6 to 8 inches deep. Rather pack it? Bag it and take it. Because accidental punctures or squishes happen, a dedicated, plastic container for full/used poop bags can be handy.

If you are looking for a kayak that is compact in design and easy to operate, Old Town vapor 10 angler is undoubtedly one of the best options available in the market. Designed in keeping the angler’s comfort in mind, this recreational sit in fishing kayak is best suited for anglers who intend to carry a load with them on their fishing expedition. Along with a spacious cockpit and well-designed dashboard this recreational kayak is also very easy to control. If you are a shutterbug, this fishing kayak can turn out to be your best friend.

One of the major USP’s of this recreational Kayak is the fact that it is very intelligently designed. Its overall quality and workmanship is clearly evident in the well-designed dashboard that has two cavities and cup holders molded in it. The seats are very comfortable owing to their padding and also the fact that they can be adjusted according to the comfort of the angler. Moreover, the cockpit is also spacious that makes it very convenient for one to get into the kayak. Hopefully this Old Town Vapor 10 review has helped you to make the right choice for your kayak.

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