Missouri has a few restrictions when you are setting out on a phenomenal float trip down one of the many streams and rivers with friends, family or that one special person in your life. Glass containers and bottles of any type or size are not permitted near or on waterways in Missouri. In addition, you must carry your beverages in a cooler that fastens shut and is not made of foam. Due to the popularity of float trips, these few restrictions keep the waterways clean and make certain that the banks don’t have broken glass on them, which could really ruin a trip when stepped on.
Kayaks come in all sizes and price points. There are sit-in kayaks as well as sit-on kayaks. There are kayaks made for freshwater river and streams as well as ocean-going kayaks. From the pint-size, five footers for kids to the five-hundred foot, gigantic, kayak built by L.L. Bean for its 100th anniversary, there is a kayak for any and every one.
For a Missouri float trip you need a pocket video camera that’s as rugged as you are. When you want to capture your float trip adventures and not worry about your camera getting wet, a Kodak PlaySport (Zx5) Waterproof Pocket Video Camera is the answer.
One of the new features on the Kodak PlaySport Zx5 is built-in anti-glare software that reduces the glare on your screen while not interfering with the quality of your video recording. With plenty of glare on Missouri’s rivers, the Kodak PlaySport Zx5 is ideal for shooting in the middle of the day when waves on the river constantly reflect the sun’s rays.