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Submitted: 10-04-2006 by ottotel

Mine is a red royalex with gray interior. use it mostly as a solo, paddle it from bow seat facing stern or kneeling behind center yoke. Always wonder if the designer ever considered someone paddling the boat backwards in this way. It moves well on rivers, is stable to fish from, and holds a good bit of gear. I do sometimes use a kayak paddle, especially to windward, and then it moves right along. All round, its a nice versatile canoe, paddles well on streams and lakes, and is ok to carry on portages too. There are faster, lighter, and better handling boats around, but this one strikes a really good overall balance. so unless you want to have 3 or 4 boats, one adirondack might suit you. The clampon yoke pads wenonah sells are comfortable but not too sturdy.
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