Kayak Fishing and Rocket Science

“The rod caught under the dock. I moved to the right, twisting a bit to reach the rod and free it. Dietrich continued to paddle when the tow line apparently jogged, overturning the kayak to the left, dumping me face first into the 62-degree ocean.” The author of this piece in the Worcester, Massachusetts Telegram discovers that nothing is as simple as it seems, especially when kayaking in 20-mile-per-hour winds.

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