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Submitted: 12-09-2002 by K.F.
Ditto on everything already said. My evaluation is from fly fishing the BWCA. I base camp and fish at dawn and dusk for several hours. Yes, avoiding the wind. Wenonah advised me they thought the canoe would not be suitable for fly fishing. I love it. You can't stand in any solo canoe any way. Like I do in a tandem. To say it can keep up with an MN II for 10 miles might be pushing it for someone out of shape. No dought it's certainly the most efficient solo out there. I like traveling away from camp for good distances all week. Gliding back to camp with that incredible efficiency is what it all about. I would not recommend this canoe for a rookie going into a camping wilderness experience. You need to graduate from other solo first or it might feel unstable.
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