Feast your eyes on Bomb Flow TV episode 2. In this episode watch as Tyler Bradt drops 100ft Abiqua falls, and hear his story of his broken back. Featuring the sickest kayaking in the Pacific Northwest.. the Little White Salmon, Summit Creek, Metlako Falls, Racehorse Falls, Upper Lewis Falls, Big Timber Creek, Sahalie and Koosah Falls. This Episode is sure to Blow your mind. So sit back, relax and check out the stouts and browns!
Shot on Canon EOS 7D, GoPro HD
Filming by: Fred Norquist, Evan Garcia
Editing by: Evan Garcia, Fred Norquist
The Dagger Nomad is a world leader in the steep creeking realm and a top choice for expedition style kayaking. Laura Farrell and Gareth Tate head to the Dinkey Waterfalls run in california and share some of the reasons why the Dagger Nomad 8.5 is their boat of choice for multiday trips.
Produced By: Gareth Tate & Laura Farrell
Cameras: Canon 60D, GoPro HD HERO
Filmed: July 10th & 11th 2011
Level: 550cfs ???
Fletcher Burton stand up paddling (SUP) South Silver Creek in California.
Video of Fletcher Burton’s epic stand up paddling (SUP) descent of South Silver Creek’s 600 foot per mile section. South Silver has always allured whitewater enthusiasts to it’s granite paradise of waterfalls and slides. It was no surprise to us when Fletcher called and wanted to try it’s first SUP descent. The sport of SUP has migrated inland and continues to grow with new vertical descents. Determined to take these “limits” to an entirely whole new level, Fletcher charged it and attempted every drop at least twice (even with a busted leg after Skyscraper). Fletcher has been pushing his the limits of the sport even before it hit mainstream, by standing up on his wave ski. No stranger to the paddling world either, he has many accomplishments including:
- 7x’s US Waveski National Champion
- 2x’s US Surfkayak Champion
- 2nd at Worlds Surfkayak in Brazil
- 2nd at Worlds Waveski in New Zealand
- 3x’s California dungeons and dragons champion (not really, he wrote that in)
Enjoy the film and we think Fletcher said it best,
“Maybe a stand-up paddler will never do what a kayaker does [on steep creeks] but there is a learning curve and gear to be developed to be able to accomplish something like South Silver Creek.” – Fletcher Burton