There’s a lot of water in Texas and many Texans love SUP fishing, spending their spring and summer days searching for great spots to try out their luck with a rod and reel. Fishing waters can
Hap Jacobs, a craftsman who helped mold surf culture into what it is today and an icon among the early-day innovators who changed the surfboard-shaping industry as the sport’s popularity swell
The recent dropping of the RT-PCR or antigen requirements in many domestic destinations was the best news quarantine-weary Pinoys ever heard, perhaps next to a visa-free entry to a bucket list c
MISSOULA — Missoulian's were enjoying the summer over the weekend, racing their paddle boards on the river.
"Alo-hawwww" is what stand-up paddleboarders have been saying as they race dow
[Editor’s note: Pioneer surfboard builder Dudley “Hap” Jacobs passed away Saturday, Dec. 19, at his home in Palos Verdes. He was 92.]
Hap Jacobs learned to shape in 1953 from his go
Dr. Cynthia McLemore, Fati Brown and Micah Jones shared their thoughts on how Young Entrepreneurial Agricultural Project could be an asset in Hoffman.
Hoffman Town Council at their Monday
Scores of paddle boarding enthusiasts have taken part in festive trips along the Dorset Coast in the run-up to Christmas.
Bay Paddle Boarders in West Bay organised a Santa Stand Up Paddleb
The Best of the Bay
Nicky Stimpson will take on the length of the Chesapeake Bay on her hand-crafted wooden paddleboard. Image: Cheryl Costello
When Chris Hopkinson became the first