At Wave Gurus, we’re passionate about water sports and dedicated to providing an informative experience for enthusiasts of all skill levels. Our mission is to inspire individuals to connect with nature in unique and thrilling ways.
We believe that water sports provide a gateway to exploration, self-discovery, and unforgettable memories.
As experts in the fields of kayaking, canoeing, scuba diving, and fishing, we understand the importance of specialist recommendations and aim to provide you with the finest articles, guides, and reviews–we’re eager to share our insights with you!
Whether you are a seasoned hobbyist or a beginner venturing into the world of water activities, we are here to support and guide you every step of the way.
Mark Reynolds (Founder, CEO)
Mark is the founder of Wave Gurus and a regular contributor to the site. He’s our resident kayak expert and the dad to three needy cats. He’s been paddling for thirty years and his expertise extends from calm waters to challenging rapids. Mark was raised in Upstate New York and calls the Adirondacks home. He shares his knowledge through informative articles that cover paddling techniques, safety measures, and gear recommendations.
Noah Wright (Editor)
Noah serves as both editor and fishing aficionado at Wave Gurus. He’s a wealth of information when it comes to fishing techniques, equipment, and the best spots to reel in a big catch. Noah’s articles cover a wide range of topics, from fly fishing in remote rivers to deep-sea fishing adventures.
Olivia Kirchner (Contributor)
Olivia is a diving enthusiast who holds a master’s degree in marine biology. Olivia’s expertise lies in studying coral reefs and their conservation. She combines her scientific knowledge with her scuba diving skills to provide insightful articles on marine life, environmental issues, and sustainable diving practices. Olivia’s dedication to preserving our oceans shines through her educational outreach programs and volunteering efforts.
Michael Morgan (Contributor)
Michael is a carpenter, builder, and canoe expert who’s been building canoes since his teenage years. He grew up in Montana and currently calls Clayton, Idaho, home. With years of canoe experience under his belt, Michael has taken to teaching others about his passion by (thankfully!) writing articles for WG. He’s currently writing a book about his childhood farm and is known to hike and mountain bike on occasion.