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    TOP 5 GOOGLE MAPS FEATURES ! अब रास्ता नहीं और भी बहुत कुछ मिलेगा 2020

    March 11, 2020

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    Long and Foster Virginia Beach – Why Us
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    Long and Foster Virginia Beach – Why Us

    March 8, 2020

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    Whitesnake – Sailing ships (Acoustic Cover) – Vedran Covers –
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    Whitesnake – Sailing ships (Acoustic Cover) – Vedran Covers –

    March 8, 2020

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    How To Set Up (Build) A Saltwater Fish Tank / Aquarium
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    How To Set Up (Build) A Saltwater Fish Tank / Aquarium

    March 3, 2020

    How to go from this, to this. 30 steps, one video, let’s go! Welcome to My First Fish Tank, the only website
    and YouTube channel 100% dedicated to you, the beginner! Building your first saltwater aquarium is
    easy at My First Fish Tank, and here’s how it works. Watch this video from start to finish. If you aren’t already there, go to
    and click on “Build”. Browse through the 4 different budget options
    and choose which one fits you best, then buy your gear. Once your items arrive, follow along step
    by step and you’ll have your first tropical fish tank up and running! If you like our content, do us a favor and
    subscribe down below. We also post daily to Instagram, so follow
    us @myfirstfishtank. If you’d like a copy of the 30 step-by-step
    instructions, build lists, transcripts, study guides, and more, just put your name and email
    address into one of the many sign up form at You’ll get the password to the members only
    tab with links to everything. Alright, enough of the sales pitch. Without further ado, let’s get started! Step 01: Choose Your Budget
    There are 4 different budget options to choose from. If you are set on a larger tank but don’t
    have the money today, then just do what most of us in the hobby do… buy a piece of equipment
    with each paycheck. Regardless of which price-point you choose,
    the end result is going to be beautiful. Step 02: Purchase Items
    Each budget option contains three sections… Essential, Optional, and Upgradeable. To complete the 30 steps, you will at least
    need the essential items. But if you want to spruce things up a bit,
    you can swap out an upgradeable item for an essential item. For example, each budget has an optional,
    slightly larger tank that you could swap out for the essential item. The optional items are just that, things you
    may want to purchase as your budget allows. Just don’t mix and match from various budget
    options, as each option was specifically chosen to make sure all the pieces of equipment work
    well together. We use a few different online retailers in
    order to get our preferred products at competitive prices. So just open up a few tabs in your browser,
    add everything to your carts, and you’ll have a few exciting shipments heading your
    way! If you live outside of the USA and Canada,
    send us an email with a link to your favorite online retailers, and we will be happy to
    help you custom build your first saltwater aquarium within your budget! Step 03: Choose Location
    You’ve ordered your essential items so let’s figure out where your tank is going to reside. Choosing your location is not rocket science,
    but there are a few do’s and don’ts you want to keep in mind. Do choose a location with electrical outlets
    nearby, and make sure that circuit can handle the load. You could do an easy test by plugging in some
    high amperage items such as a vacuum, space heater, or hair dryer and turning them on
    at the same time. As long as your circuit doesn’t break, you
    should be alright. Don’t put the tank in direct sunlight. A little bit will be okay, but too much direct
    sunlight can cause unwanted algae growth and temperature swings. Do choose a location that has easy access
    for maintenance. You are going to be spending a lot of time
    keeping things pretty, so the closer to a utility closet or garage the better. Don’t put the tank over a vent or next to
    a floorboard heater or wood burning stove. Daily temperature swings of even a few degrees
    can cause stress for your livestock. Do make certain your table/stand/counter,
    or floor can withstand the weight of your aquarium. 1 gallon of water weighs 8.3 lbs, so a 20
    gallon tank is going to weigh over 160 lbs in water alone. And for everybody else in the world who is
    not from the United States, 1 Liter of water weighs 1 kg. Don’t put the tank in your bedroom, unless
    a constant low-level gurgling and buzzing noise is your thing! I have several tanks in my bedroom, so we
    have to sleep with a fan on to drown out the noise. Step 04: Unpack Aquarium
    When your aquarium arrives, give it a quick visual inspection to make sure there are no
    obvious cracks or defects. It is glass, so sometimes it can be damaged
    during shipping. Glass aquariums are heavy, so it’s always
    a good idea to have a helper so this doesn’t happen. Step 05: Assemble Stand
    Most budget options don’t have a stand, so you can just skip this step. If you did purchase a stand, just follow the
    included instructions to get it assembled. If you plan on using your own stand, make
    sure it is strong enough to support the weight of the tank. Step 06: Cut Foam Mat
    All of the budget options at My First Fish Tank either come with pre-cut mats or they
    don’t require them. But if you are building your own system, be
    sure to carefully cut the neoprene foam/yoga mat to fit perfectly underneath your tank. Small irregularities in the top of the stand
    could lead to stress fractures and ultimately tank failure over time. So do yourself and your home a favor and use
    foam! Step 07: Place Aquarium On Stand (Or Table,
    Or Counter) Wipe off the top of the stand/table/counter,
    and the bottom of the tank. With your helper, team lift the tank into
    place, being sure it is perfectly centered on the foam pad. Leave about a fist size space between the
    tank and the wall to allow access for cleaning and equipment. Do a preliminary leveling using shims if necessary,
    before moving onto the next step. If you purchased a larger system with a sump,
    you will also need to follow the instructions provided, and install the prefabricated plumbing. This will allow you to move onto the next
    step and leak test both the tank and sump. Step 08: Fill With Tap Water And Leak Test
    Tanks can be damaged during shipping, and a small leak can lead to a big headache. Fill your tank with tap water. You can use a bucket, pitcher, or hose. It doesn’t matter at this point, because
    you are just going to drain it in a couple hours. Once full, give the outside of a tank a quick
    wipe to make sure it is completely dry. Now closely inspect your tank, especially
    around the seams, to ensure there are no leaks. Step 09: Level Your Tank
    With the tank full of water, we’re now going to level the aquarium. A couple quick notes here. If you purchased a 20 gallon system or less,
    you will most likely skip this step. Never place composite shims directly under
    the tank. Only use shims to level the aquarium stand. Laying the level on top of the tank, check
    all angles to get a sense of where to place the composite shims. Place the shim underneath the stand, with
    the ribbed side facing down. Use a hammer to gently tap it into place. You will likely need to use several shims
    at different locations on the stand. Once the tank is level, break the shim by
    pulling up. Step 10: Drain The Tank
    There are two ways to start a siphon. Option one: the mouth method. Make sure your gravel vacuum is clean. Stick the large end of the vacuum under the
    water line. Bring the small end of the tube to your mouth,
    being sure it is above the water line. Suck in the water until it nearly reaches
    your mouth and place your thumb over the end. Then lower the small end of the tube into
    the bucket, release your thumb, and your siphon is started. Option two: the mouth free method. Hold your thumb over the small end of the
    tube. Fill the large end of the vacuum with water. Place the small end over the bucket, release
    your thumb, and once water starts flowing into the bucket, quickly place your thumb
    back over the tube. Then stick the large end of the vacuum into
    the tank, being sure to keep it facing up. Fill the vacuum with water, then keeping it
    below the water line, flip the vacuum downward. Remove your thumb and your siphon is started. Step 11: Make or Buy Saltwater
    You have three options here. Option one is to purchase pre-made saltwater
    from your local fish store. Just get a bunch of 5 gallon buckets and make
    the trek. Option two is to purchase RO/DI water from
    your local fish store, and then mix the salt yourself. Option three requires you to purchase an RO/DI
    filter and make the saltwater yourself. Here’s how to make saltwater. Make sure to only use RO/DI water, never tap
    water or distilled water. Read the directions on your salt mix container
    to estimate how much you will need. Slowly add in salt while stirring. Measure the salinity with your hydrometer
    or refractometer, and add salt mix or RO/DI water to bring the salinity to 33-35 ppm. Once you have livestock in your tank, you
    will also need to add the additional step of heating your saltwater mix to match the
    temperature of your display tank before doing any water changes. Step 12: Add Rock and Aquascape
    You can use your own aesthetic judgement here. But here are a couple things to consider. Make sure that your aquascape is stable, and
    that a grazing snail or strong water current won’t topple it. Leave enough space between the aquascape and
    the glass to allow for easy cleaning. And lastly, be sure to provide hiding places
    for shy fish and invertebrates. Step 13: Add Sand
    If you didn’t purchase the optional sand and/or just prefer a bare bottom tank, skip
    this step. Do not rinse the live-sand. Instead, just pour the bag out directly into
    your tank, and spread it evenly around your aquascape. Sand is not an essential element for a saltwater
    aquarium, although some species of fish and invertebrates will require a sandbed for burrowing,
    protection, and food. Step 14: Add Return Pump
    It is easier to add the return pump before adding saltwater. While not absolutely essential, I recommend
    using the optional plastic hose clamps to secure the flexible tubing to the pump. Stay clear of the traditional metal hose clamps,
    as they will rust over time. Step 15: Add Saltwater
    To avoid splatter, pour saltwater directly onto your stable aquascape, or place a small
    plate directly on top of the sand bed, and pour the water into it. Regardless of what you do, expect a cloudy
    tank if you used live-sand. There is usually a packet of water clarifer
    that comes with the live-sand. Add that to the tank now to speed in the clearing
    up of the tank. Step 16: Organize Wires And Install Drip Loops
    Water and electricity do not play well together. For your safety, be sure that your outlet
    is protected from accidental water splashing. It is also best practice to make sure your
    outlet is protected by a gfci. I highly recommend using the optional surge
    protector, as it has five individually controlled outlets which will make tank maintenance a
    breeze. Use either a label maker or tape to label
    each cord. Be sure to install drip loops wherever necessary. A drip loop is just a loop in your electrical
    wire that goes down below the outlet and then back up to the outlet. This will protect your outlet from water that
    may run down the wires by accident. A cheap zip tie or cord clip is an affordable
    solution when installing drip loops. Step 17: Add Mechanical Filtration
    Place your sponge and/or polyester filter floss into the the rear filtration chamber
    or sump. Step 18: Add The Primary Heater
    We like to put our heaters in the rear filtration chamber or sump. Just make sure that wherever you put it has
    decent flow to transport the warm water throughout the tank. A quick note about heaters. They need to be calibrated. Set your heater to 78 degrees Fahrenheit (or
    25 degrees centigrade). Place it into your aquarium, making sure it
    is covered with water. Give it a day and use your thermometer to
    check the temperature. Your heater will likely be off by 1-3 degrees. Remove your heater, and adjust the calibration
    dial to match the water temperature. Then adjust the temperature to reflect the
    new 78 degrees. Step 19: Add Backup Heater
    If you bought the optional backup heater, install that now. Even the best heater will eventually fail,
    and a backup heater is the best redundancy protection for your tank. Here’s how the backup heater works. Follow the instructions from step 18 to calibrate
    it. Then, lower the temperature of the backup
    heater to 76 degrees Fahrenheit or 24 degrees centigrade. Then at some point in the future, when you
    notice the temperature of the tank is only 76 degrees, you will know that the primary
    heater has given out and it’s time to order another heater. You can then promote your backup to primary
    and be thankful your livestock are still alive and happy! Step 20: Turn On The Return Pump
    Turn on your return pump to start filtering your tank. It will take a while for the sand to settle,
    so just be patient as the cloudiness clears. Step 21: Install and turn on Wavemaker/Powerhead
    If you did not purchase a wavemaker, just skip this step. Attach the wavemaker to the side of the tank. Make sure it is a few inches below the water
    line to avoid any air sucking noises that may occur. Turn on the wavemaker and set it to medium
    for now. You will be able to make adjustments to it
    later. Step 22: Install Lights
    Most lights are not waterproof, so make sure to install these carefully. If you have lights as a part of your canopy,
    then just put the canopy into place. There are various mounting options here, so
    follow the instructions with your lights to securely mount them to the sides or rear of
    the tank. We like to hide the wire behind the tank. Plug them in and turn them on. Step 23: Cycle the Tank
    Cycling your tank is hobbyist lingo for establishing a bacteria colony in your live rock to remove
    the toxins (specifically ammonia), that are caused by livestock waste and uneaten food. There are two ways to cycle the tank. The first method is fishless. Add a piece of frozen shrimp or add a couple
    tablespoons of fish food. Do not change your filter during this time
    and if you have a protein skimmer, make sure it is off. Test your water for ammonia, nitrite, and
    nitrate every few days, and record the results in a log. You will see your ammonia spike first, followed
    by nitrite, and finally nitrate. Once your ammonia and nitrite levels have
    returned to near zero, the cycle is complete. The second method is the fish method. I recommend adding a product such as Fritz
    Turbo Start to help establish the cycle quicker. Then add a couple of hardy fish such as Clownfish
    or Damselfish. Keep the protein skimmer off and only clean
    the mechanical filter once a week. Test for ammonia, nitrite, and nitrate every
    few days and record the results in a log. If ammonia levels reach 1 ppm, you will need
    to perform a 15%-30% water change to reduce the ammonia levels. Once the ammonia and nitrite levels return
    to near zero, your tank is cycled. A full cycle takes 4-6 weeks. Step 24: Perform a 25% Water Change
    Once the cycle is complete, a 25% water change will help remove any remaining nitrates. If you have a protein skimmer, you can now
    turn it on. If you already have fish in the aquarium,
    be sure to heat your new saltwater to within a degree or two of the aquarium water to avoid
    stressing out your fish. Turn off your return pump and wavemaker before
    starting the siphon. Use a pitcher or bucket to easily add the
    new saltwater to the aquarium. Step 25: Buy Fish
    Start by purchasing 2 hearty fish from your local fish store, such as Clownfish or Damselfish. Even though your tank is now cycled, the addition
    of fish can cause a second mini-spike of ammonia, so be sure to to test for ammonia every week. Step 26: Drip Acclimate Fish
    Drip acclimating your fish is the process of slowly equalizing the water parameters
    from the fish store to your aquarium. It is crucial as temperature, pH, and salinity
    will likely be different in your aquarium. The most important thing to remember here
    is you never want to add water from your local fish store into your aquarium. First, rinse off the outside of the bag with
    fresh water. Turn off your aquarium lights, and float the
    bag in your aquarium for 15 minutes to help equalize the temperatures. Take a long portion of airline tubing and
    tie a couple of loose knots in it. Using a clean bucket or receptacle that you
    only use for fish, cut the top off of the bag, and gently pour the fish and water into
    the bucket. Place one end of the airline tubing in your
    aquarium, and the other in your bucket, being sure to start a siphon first. Adjust the tightness of the knots so you get
    between 1-2 drops per second. Drip acclimate the fish for 30 minutes. If the room you are in is chilly, you may
    want to consider adding a small heater into the container so the water temperature stays
    near 78 degrees. After 30 minutes, remove the airline tubing
    and rinse it with fresh water. Step 27: Add Fish To Tank
    We are not going to discuss quarantine tanks for your first build, but to learn more click
    on the “learn more” section at My First Fish Tank for a link. Setting up a quarantine tank is considered
    the gold standard of marine husbandry and is best practice for keeping your livestock
    disease free. Keeping the aquarium lights off while introducing
    fish to your aquarium will help reduce their stress levels. Using a net or small bowl, catch the fish,
    being gentle and patient as they can be injured easily. If you are using a net, just give it a couple
    quick bounces to get rid of any local fish store water. Then gently pinch the end of the net around
    fish, turn the net upside down , and release your fish. If you are using a bowl, just hold you hand
    over the top and drain the water out before adding your fish. Many fish jump, and there is nothing worse
    then coming home and finding one of your pets dead on the carpet. I always recommend purchasing or making a
    mesh screen kit. You can find a kit in the “optional” section
    of each build, and a video on how to make it in the “learn more” section at Step 28: Turn On Lights
    Give your fish a few hours to explore their new home before turning the lights on. If you have programmable lights, turn them
    on slowly over the course of the day. If you just have an on/off switch for your
    lights, consider letting the fish get used to their tank for one entire night before
    turning the lights on. Step 29: Rinse All Equipment In Freshwater
    Saltwater is quite corrosive to your equipment, so anytime something comes in contact with
    saltwater, be sure to give it a thorough freshwater clean in the sink. Make sure to get the inside of any piping
    or tubes, and never use soap as soapy residue can be detrimental to your livestock. A small amount of tap water won’t hurt your
    tank, but if you can let your equipment dry completely first, that would be best. Step 30: Send Us Pictures & Learn More
    Send us pictures and learn more. Four last things before we say goodbye. First, please, please, please send us pictures
    and videos of your new tank. All of us here at My First Fish Tank love
    sharing in the success of our fellow hobbyists. If you have any questions along the way, don’t
    hesitate to reach out to us. Our email is [email protected] Second, if you haven’t already done so, if
    you wouldn’t mind doing a little favor, please like this video and subscribe to our channel
    on YouTube. Then head over to Instagram and follow us
    @myfirstfishtank. Third, sign up for our newsletter. You’ll receive all four build lists, the ultimate
    saltwater buying guide, the 30 step-by-step instructions, and the password to the members
    only section. And lastly, your journey into this hobby has
    just begun. We’ve barely scratched the surface. Head over to My First Fish Tank and click
    on the “Learn More” tab for the detailed 10-part series, unboxings, reviews of various products,
    and so much more. From all of us here at My First Fish Tank,
    we thank you for allowing us to be a part of your saltwater aquarium journey. Happy Reefing Everybody!

    Navis Pack and Ship | Taking The Stress Out Of Estate Distribution
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    Navis Pack and Ship | Taking The Stress Out Of Estate Distribution

    March 1, 2020

    Big changes in life can be very stressful.
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    How to Verify Tongue Weight When Loading a U-Haul Trailer
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    How to Verify Tongue Weight When Loading a U-Haul Trailer

    February 23, 2020

    Hi, I’m Sperry Hutchinson. Achieving proper tongue weight is critical
    to a safe towing experience. Today, I’m going to show you an easy way to
    check that you have achieved proper tongue weight before hitting the road. Check the height of the trailer coupler, using
    a tape measure or a yard stick before you begin loading your items. Always load heavy items first, placing them
    at the front of the trailer and as low as possible. Load and secure your remaining items to prevent
    them from shifting during transit. Re-check the height of the coupler, once you
    have finished loading your items. The couple should be at least 1 inch lower
    than before. If the coupler drops less than one inch, you
    need to re-position more weight toward the front of the trailer. Remember to always wear your seat belt and
    slow down when towing a trailer. For more information, visit or refer
    to the users guide available at your U-Haul store.

    How To Fish – Basic Tackle
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    How To Fish – Basic Tackle

    February 22, 2020

    MUSIC Ashley Edwards: When you decide to go out
    to your favorite fishing hole, reeling in that fish starts out with knowing your equipment. Hi, I’m Ashley Edwards with the Missouri
    Department of Conservation. Today we’re going to be going over your
    basic tackle. Fishing line comes in all different sizes
    and colors. You’ve got your 15-pound line, your six-pound
    line and your two-pound line for a few examples. If you’re fishing for a smaller fish, you
    can use a smaller poundage line. If you’re fishing for a larger fish, you
    want to use a larger poundage line. We’re going to go over your three basic
    fishing hooks. First, we have your Aberdeen. It’s got a longer shank and a wider gap. This is good for beginners. Then we have your Bait-Holder. So, it has two bars on the shank so that it’s
    easier to hold your bait. And then we have your Treble hook, which is
    three separate hooks melded together. And these are good for things like catfishing
    for when you want to put on stink bait or dough bait. So now we’re going to talk about weights. You use weights on your line to cast out further
    and to get your bait down deeper. There are several different types of weights:
    your egg weight, your rubber grip, your bullet and your split shot. The most commonly used is the split shot. So now we’re going to talk about bobbers. Bobbers are a good indicator of when you have
    a fish interested in your bait. You’ve got the round floating bobber, the
    foam bobber, the slip bobber, and your spring bobber. Depending on what you are fishing for, you’re
    going to want to use the lightest bobber possible. Now that you know more about your fishing
    equipment, watch our video on how to attach your sinker, bobbers, and hooks. MUSIC

    A Journey on board the Entrepreneur Ship – DiscoveReel
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    A Journey on board the Entrepreneur Ship – DiscoveReel

    February 16, 2020

    being an entrepreneur is a challenging but rewarding lifestyle, you have an idea a dream, a new project that will empower
    the day-to-day experience of people around the world that
    explore your same passions and interests they are called explorers… so you as an entreprenuer embark on a
    journey into the unknown looking to discover a tribe of explorers
    that shares a similar story with you on board are your hopes, your fears and your early stage project. You feel
    like you can cross an entire ocean by yourself and defeat a storm of obstacles along the way, if you truly
    believe it then you’ll make it. Time passes… and the day where you will show your creation has finally arrived but entrepreneurship is an
    unpredictable game and after you risked everything, your
    voice isn’t heard your project isn’t experienced what to do now? You won’t give up,
    because the joy is in the pursuit. You didn’t fail, you learned
    that there’s a smarter way to play the game and when you are able to see the big
    picture… you discover a network that goes beyond social, beyond followers
    and comments where entrepreneurs have to find a common bond with explorers in order to be part of the tribe. So you
    start exploring deep inside for meaningful connections,
    you need to unravel a common background relevant topics of interests… and a
    compatible philosophy only then explorers will be able to
    discover you and your project. This time your tribe
    from your own local community and from all over the globe will guide you
    through all stages of entrepreneurship don’t be afraid to share your idea, when
    you throw your fears away there’s more room for creativity. You
    unleash the power of co-creation during the journey you will connect with
    other brave entrepreneurs wise mentors… networked influencers…
    like-minded investors… and friendly brands. You’ll get powerful
    collaboration tools while you advance in the game while your progress is transmitted back
    to your tribe and to collaborators you connected with on the journey this way, the project becomes a co-created
    brand that will keep evolving and empowering the experience of many.
    There’s nothing impossible to you when you all collaborate together as
    ONE now the venture has become a quest
    of self-discovery where you are not a lonely traveler
    anymore but an essential component of this awesome project we call… Humanity in

    Techniques Every Kayak Angler Should Know | Kayak Fishing Tips
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    Techniques Every Kayak Angler Should Know | Kayak Fishing Tips

    February 13, 2020

    This episode of kayak fishing tales is
    brought to you by the ACA improving the paddle sports experience for over a
    century. learn more at One of the great things about kayak
    fishing is that on a very simple level, you can just slip on a life jacket, grab your tackle, and have a great time
    without any prior experience. But, by taking the time to learn proper paddle
    technique, not only will you be able to reach more
    fishing spots but you’ll also be safer on the water because you’ll be more
    prepared to handle any situation that might pop up. And so in this video we’re
    going to look at three key techniques that all kayak anglers should know and
    practice. The first technique we’re going to look
    at is how to re-enter a kayak from the water. Regardless of what type of boat you’re
    paddling it’s going to be a lot easier to re-enter kayak with a friend there to
    help stabilize. You’ll start by grabbing onto the side of
    the kayak and letting your legs float to the surface behind you. Then with the powerful kick of the legs
    and push with your arms to haul your chest onto the kayak, keeping your center
    of gravity as low as possible. You’ll then twist around and settle into
    the seat. For obvious reasons, this is a technique
    that you want to practice in a controlled environment and get
    comfortable performing so that if you ever find yourself in the water unexpectedly you’ll know what to do. The
    second technique that all kayak anglers should know is the draw stroke. Draw
    strokes are used to move your kayak sideways and they’re incredibly useful
    maneuvering strokes for pulling yourself up alongside something. The basic draw involves reaching out to
    the side, planting your blade, and then pulling
    your boat and body sideways towards it. To make the stroke most effective turn your head and upper body to face
    the active blade. Then insert the blade fully into the water with your paddle
    shaft as vertical as you can get it. You’ll then pull your lower hand towards your
    hip while your top hand stays almost stationary acting like a pivot point for
    the stroke. Now just before your blade hits the side
    of your kayak you need to finish the stroke by slicing the blade out of the water
    towards the stern. This is the basic draw stroke technique
    but there are more advanced and powerful draw strokes that you can learn like the
    sculling draw, but that’s a story for a different time. The third technique that all kayaker
    should know is the sweep stroke the sweep stroke is the best way to turn
    your kayak when sitting still and a good way to make course corrections when
    you’re in motion. The forward sweep starts at your toes blade fully immersed with
    your hands and paddle held low to the water unlike the forward stroke which gets
    pulled alongside the kayak. The idea behind a sweep stroke is to
    sweep a wide arching path with your blade as far out to the side of the
    kayak as you can. You’ll keep sweeping the blade around until it approaches the
    stern of your boat, where you’ll slice it out of the water and move on to your
    next stroke. To get the most power for your sweep stroke, sit up right in your
    kayak and watch your active blade throughout the arc, because this forces
    your upper body to rotate during the stroke which gets all your core muscles
    involved. The reverse sweep is exactly what it sounds like – the forward sweep
    but done in reverse. For the reverse sweep stroke turn your upper body and look with your
    eyes as you plant the paddle blade as far back as possible towards the stern
    of your kayak with your blade planted deeply in the water, you’ll then sweep a wide arc all the
    way out to the side of your kayak and up to your toes, keeping your hands low throughout the
    stroke. So there you have it, three paddling
    techniques that all kayak fisherman should know. Needless to say they’re a
    lot more paddling techniques to learn, so subscribe to KayakFishingTales Youtube
    channel to stay tuned for more kayak fishing tips.