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Substantial Media House is back with Episode 5, "The Holy Waters." In this episode, the crew hits up whitewater mecca, the Pacific Northwest (PNW). Watch as the boys hit up the Little White Salmon, Upper Lewis, Summit Creek, Eagle Creek, Tumwater Canyon on the Wenatchee River and more! Sit back and enjoy 27 minutes of pure whitewater porn.

Adrian Kiernan (Film Producer, Professional Kayaker, Expedition Leader, Raft Guide and Whitewater Instructor) is having to take a break from kayaking for a bit due to an injury. He is building up river karma in the meantime however by being a killer shuttle bunny and videographer. Check out this vid with some sweet aerial shots.

Matt Cooke brings a quick Norway edit for Team Pyranha. The full Team Tour movie will be out for Pyranha Festival. Matt gives a huge thanks to Substantial Media House for their support in Norway and to Andy Phillips David Bain and Anton Immler for some sick boating and a great final stage to our Team tour.

Want some more carnage this morning to get you pumped for the weekend? Got another awesome carnage vid for you. Uploaded by Youtube user Daniel Patrinellis, this vid is entitled "Beater Sessions Vol. 1." Sit back and enjoy the show and the fact that you are not the one choking down a bootie beer.

So this is another one of those videos that I don't really know much about. All that matters though is that it has Russians, sketchy rafts, serious whitewater and carnage. Also, check out those lifejackets. There has to be like 50+ lbs of buoyancy in those and it looks like they need it lol.

Brad McMillan brings us an awesome whitewater canoeing video. In this vid, Brad canoes the Green Truss section of the White Salmon River in Washington and Celestial Falls. The Green Truss is a challenging class V section and Celestial Falls is a 45 foot drop. Some sick open boating for sure.

Andy Woods brings us a nicely edited video of the West Fork of the French Broad. It is a beautiful 3.4 mile long class IV-V run in North Carolina with some great slides. Andy reports that the level was around medium that day. Gotta love this wet summer we are having that allows for creeking in July.

Bliss-Stick US team member Nick Gottlieb has the Northeast on lockdown. If there is water flowing in it, Nick is running it. Check out this compilation video of him whitewater kayaking on the Middlebury Gorge, New Haven, Mettawee, Moose, Clarendon, North Branch Winooski and Otter Creek Falls. and the Demshitz bring us a sick whitewater kayaking freestyle short video. Watch as Bren Orton and the Demshitz tear it up in their carbon Pyranha Jed playboats. The epic location is the Skookumchuck Narrows in Egmont, BC. Check it.

Bliss-Stick and WeStroke team paddler Ben Ghertner has recently switched over to a Bliss-Stick Smoothy playboat. He has since used it in competition at GoPro Mountain Games, to tear up the waves on the Slave River, surf Rodeo Wave at Rock Island and more! Read on for his review and to learn why this is one freestyle kayak that should not be underestimated.

No Umbrella Media brings us an eloquent kayaking short film, For Those Who Love Paddlers, which was submitted for the Portland Maine 48 Hour Film Project. It is a great vid that attempts to convey why it is that we love to paddle. Produced and directed by Nick Callanan and Nick Bowie. Check it.

Check out some footage from the 2013 OKS Adult Keeners program at the Ottawa Kayak School. Running from June 9th to the 22nd, this is an awesome way to hone your playboating skills. Warm water, fantastic river, awesome instructors... it just doesn't get much better. Water levels started at 17.75 on day 1 and by the end of 2 weeks they were at 14.25.

Check out this Jackalope Festival Entry from Emrick Blanchette & Louis-Philippe Rivest. Published on Vimeo by the Quebec Connection, this vid showcases some pretty awesome whitewater kayaking including playboating, river running, waterfall dropping and more. Watch it and enjoy.

Vimeo user Seth Scott brings us a nice edit of his recent run down the Green River Narrows in North Carolina. This was Scott's last run before his upcoming labrum surgery. I know from personal experience how that is and just want to say good luck to you and don't worry, this is not the end of your paddling career. Just a temporary break from it.

Asheville Adventure Rentals (AAR) River Ambassador Mike Nail brings a cool whitewater kayaking video entitled Spring/Summer 2013. This is a compilation of footage shot in Western North Carolina and East Tennessee. Rivers include the Upper Rocky Broad, Lower Rocky Broad, Green River, Big Laurel and Watauga. Enjoy.

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