Posted on 25 August 2009.
Article by: Dale Oakey (JustFishin)
Over the years I’ve probably canoed and waded a few thousand miles on rivers and streams east of the Mississippi. As I’ve gotten older the two-man canoes I use seemed to have gotten much heavier. To compensate for age and to extend my river fishing life I purchased an Old Town Discovery 119 which has become my go-to boat. Why a canoe over other options? Primarily because Continue Reading
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Posted on 03 February 2009.
This answer to this question is a little more complicated because there are so many different types of rivers, but I will attempt to break each type down and discuss the best river vehicle for each. If you are in the United States you are living in one of four topographical categories – mountain, piedmont, coastal plain and internal plain. Each of these land sections have different types of rivers and to best assist you we must take a close look at each area. Continue Reading
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