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Informational: Let's Stop the Senseless Loss of Life
…message when we use the Coast Guard term – Personal Flotation Device. None of the excuses for not wearing your life jacket are valid: “I swim like a fish; I don’t need a PFD.” BS. Michael Phelps can out-swim any of us and many combinations of the power of the water and other…

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Informational: How to Choose Cold-Water Apparel
…the decisions necessary for your survival. Guy, Retail Sales, sporting a Farmer John Wetsuit and HydroSkin Shirt on a Salmon River raft trip. © Ashley Niles And while a cold-water swim is probably the worst case scenario, you don’t have to go in the drink to suffer hypothermia. If you get…

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Informational: Boating Safety for Infants & Small Children
…and skill to get to shore or back to a boat if he/she has fallen overboard? * Does your child have the knowledge, strength & skill to survive a swim in cold, moving water or rapids? * Does your child have the knowledge, strength & skill to grab hold of a thrown rope?” Nicholas reefing…

Informational: That Time Mike Almost Drowned
…momentarily stopped by holes. That was the worst swim I’ve personally witnessed and the calmest swimmer. He kept his head, and it made a huge difference. I think a lot of that calmness was due to how much time Mike has spent intentionally swimming in whitewater while teaching swiftwater rescue…

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Informational: Gear Checklist – Rafting Apparel
…______________________________________ Socks [ ] ______________________________________ T-Shirts [ ] ______________________________________ Swim Pants [ ] ______________________________________ Shorts [ ] ______________________________________ Fleece Top & Bottom [ ]…

Informational: Basic Gear for Kayak Fishing Safety
…paddle, is your personal flotation device, or PFD. It?s inevitable ? if you spend any time in a kayak, you will at some point end up in the water. A swim might be caused by rough surf on the coast, small rapids in your local river, or even getting hit by a bird (no, really, I know of at least two…

Informational: How to Stay Warm When Boating
Items mentioned in this article: 303 Aerospace Protectant McNett Zip Tech NRS Men's WaveLite Union Suit - Polartec NRS Women's H2Core Expedition Shirt NRS Drylander Shock Cord Sprayskirt NRS HydroSkin Wetsocks NRS Maverick Gloves with HydroCuff NRS Mystery Storm Hood How to Stay Warm When Boating…

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Informational: Caring for Your Neoprene Gear
…John Wetsuit and HydroSkin Shirt on a fall Salmon River trip in Idaho. © Ashley Niles Wetsuits, Sprayskirts and Other Neoprene Items One thing that’s death on neoprene is chlorine. If you’re using HydroSkin, a heavier wetsuit, sprayskirt, etc in a swimming pool for roll practice or…

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Informational: How Sun Protection Works
…SPF rating. On the second day, the test subject probably gets paid for taking a nap. Josh is pretty well protected: Kavu Hat, NRS HydroSilk Shirt and Boater's Gloves. The sun gets intense in the desert country along Oregon's Owyhee River. © Ashley Niles Is an SPF 30 sunscreen twice…

Informational: Safety and Rescue Discussion Group
…us into another topic – what basic safety techniques should every boater know? Blake: I think first and foremost is the ability to swim, how to swim in whitewater, know how to self-rescue, know what an eddy is, understand how various river features work. Basically, how to take care of yourself…

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Informational: Preventing Shoulder Injuries
…us into another topic – what basic safety techniques should every boater know? Blake: I think first and foremost is the ability to swim, how to swim in whitewater, know how to self-rescue, know what an eddy is, understand how various river features work. Basically, how to take care of yourself…

Informational: Clyde's Grand Canyon Blog: Personal Gear List
…w/ retainers – Chums, Croakies, etc * Prescription glasses, best to have a second pair if you really need them – same w/ contacts. * Shirts – 2-3 long sleeve, 2-3 short sleeve. Look for ones w/ Sun Protection Factor (SPF or UPF rating), the weave blocks out UV rays. NRS HydroSilk…

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