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Topic: kayakers often make the mistake of not heeding weather forecasts  (Read 1221 times)

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Widgeon

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I was there this weekend (definately not kayaking) and saw lots of people with kayaks near Doran beach....I just shook my head.
3rd--- 2017 Albion Open


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Is there a channel on the VHF radio that broadcasts the weather?  I used to be a pilot and we had multiple ways of getting weather reports, in real time.  I seem to rely on reports up until I'm on the water than all on my own for 9 hours floating around...


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Is there a channel on the VHF radio that broadcasts the weather?  I used to be a pilot and we had multiple ways of getting weather reports, in real time.  I seem to rely on reports up until I'm on the water than all on my own for 9 hours floating around...

Most if not all marine radios receive WX stations.  Up here it is broadcast on 162.550 MHz which is pre-programmed in my radio as WX1.


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I imagine that he is super old and/or she is super fat single.

Fixed it.
if we can’t say something nice we shouldn’t day it ;)


crash

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I imagine that he is super old and/or she is super fat single.

Fixed it.
if we can’t say something nice we shouldn’t day it ;)

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