This trip began many years ago deep within the loins of demshitz forefathers. The trip came to fruition after countless conversations with the main goal of rafting the Colorado river through Grand Canyon National Park as a Demshitz father and son trip. Some of DemDadz had been down the canyon... View Article
Thinking about flying out to the Pacific Northwest this spring and summer and want to go kayaking?!? But you don’t want to pay outrageous fees or go through the hassle of trying to fly with your kayak and paddle?!? Demshitz is here to help. With the increase in boater... View Article
Demshitz caught Red Creek and the North Fork of the Blackwater into the Lower Blackwater on a crisp weekend in December. Enjoy!
Demshitz is a lifestyle that has been created over generations. Jay Seiler (Jared & Graham Seilers father) and Big Dave Fusilli (Dave Fusilli’s father) explain the evolution of paddling from their early days in whitewater. The Beginnings of Demshitz, how it all started back in the late 70’s to early... View Article
Werner Paddles. Demshitz-limited edition. In the late 50’s Martha and Werner Sr. took their family paddling and a love affair was born. More than just the time on the water, it was the travel to exciting places, the camping, the time around the fire. Family and friends new and old,... View Article
Demshitz loves doing overnighters. Typically, an overnighter is done out of necessity on a river that is so long it takes more than one day to complete. The “Bottom” section of the Moose river in upstate New York is located in the heart of the Adirondack mountains. It is a... View Article
Slippery Rock is a small creek that runs pretty often about 45 minutes north of Pittsburgh. I learned to kayak on this run as a little shitz. A touch over 4 feet on the gauge is actually really good time to bust out your freestyle kayak. Good holes and waves... View Article
Back in June a group of Demshitz caught Raymondskill with good flow and sunny skies. We did a little filming and our buddy Joe Nugent put this edit together! Enjoy! Joe Nugent