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At first it will be easier to recognize downstream Vs from above so you'll want to get out of your kayak and look at them from shore. Eventually it will get easier and easier to see them from your kayak sitting in the water. At times you'll have to get very close to the top of the rapid before you see the downstream V. If you're approaching a rapid and you're not sure if you can see the V and you're nervous about running the rapid blind then it's always best to get out and look at it from shore first.

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An eddy line is a swirly line at the edge of eddies where the current flowing downstream meets the current flowing upstream. Eddy lines are some of the most unstable currents in the river for kayaks. Some eddy lines are well defined and easy to recognize while others are more ambiguous. In slow moving current eddy lines aren't a big deal Authentic Stephen Piscotty Jersey , but once you get into fast moving water you'll want to learn proper technique for crossing eddy lines so that you don't flip over.

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The key to avoiding rocks is to look at where you want to go and not at the rock! If you do find yourself up against a rock defy your instincts and lean into the rock. By leaning into the rock you allow yourself to stabilize and the current will naturally push you around the rock. If you lean away from the rock you'll expose the upstream edge of your kayak to the current that will act on your kayak to flip you over.

Rocks under the surface of the water create waves and hydraulics. Water flows over the rocks, drops and then comes up forcefully mixing with the air and creating whitewater. Waves are formed when there is a lot of water flowing over the rocks. Waves are friendly and fun to run. They do act on your kayak with a force pushing back upstream so it's good to paddle enough so that you maintain a speed that is faster than the current. This will be you from flipping over.

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