Gear Review: NRS Inversion Drysuit

Next Adventure staffer Adam is a true paddler and has been in many drysuits. Adam uses the NRS Inversion Drysuit as his beater suit since it can withstand so much and still function exceptionally well. Read more to find out about this drysuit that is an amazing value.

Gear Review: Gerber River Shorty

Next Adventure staffer and kayak fisherman Tanner knows how to prevent getting into sticky situations. One tool that is necessary for preventative measures is a knife, and Tanner's tool of choice is the Gerber River Shorty. Read more to find out about this amazing knife.

Gear Review: Liquid Logic Remix 79

Next Adventure staffer Adam has been tearing up rivers around the Pacific Northwest in his Liquid Logic Remix 79. Adam has paddled just about every boat known to man and has no taken on the Remix 79. Read more to find out about this awesome kayak!

Trip Report: Columbia River Coho Salmon Fishing

The Columbia has been great for salmon fishing lately! Next Adventure fishing team member Jeff breaks down just how amazing it's been on the water over the past month. Read more for some insider information!

'Yak Friday Sale At The PSC

Black Friday at the PSC this year is known as 'Yak Friday and we've got some great savings for you! These deals won't last long, so the earlier you get here the better. We will be open during our regular business hours Friday (10-7), Saturday (10-6), and Sunday (11-5). See you this weekend & check a list of the deals below.

Gear Review: Mad River Explorer 16 Canoe

Next Adventure staffer Chris reviews the Mad River Explorer 16 Canoe; a great boat for all experience levels. The Explorer is durable, full-sized, and worthy of the sea. The Explorer 16 is made of Royalex which is no longer being produced making the canoe a hot commodity.

Gear Review: 2015 Hobie Mirage Outback Kayak

Next Adventure staffer Wren covers the new 2015 Hobie Mirage Outback Kayak which features a nearly indestructible rotomolded polyethylene hull, a MirageDrive for paddle-free touring, ample above-and-below deck stowage, a Twist and Stow rudder for finger-tip steerage, and multiple molded-in rod holders. Best yet, a beamy hull provides form stability, allowing you to cast—or land the big one—without rocking the boat.

Gear Review: Kokatat Rogue Dry Top

Next Adventure staffer Adam is beyond passionate about his Kokatat Rogue Dry Top. His love for this Dry Top is boosted by Kokatats amazing warranty allowing him to repair the wear and tear that accompanies boofing falls. Read more to find out about this awesome product.


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