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  Posted by: mrmannerz on Mar-30-13 11:18 AM (EST)
 

The class II-III do everything well canoe idea pops up quite regularly. I've done class II in a loaded "general" purpose tandem canoe, but I know that most all class III water would fill that thing up in a second.
How 'bout a tripping canoe that can handle lakes and class II?
Old Town Penobscot or Tripper, Mad River Explorer, various prospectors, etc...a lot of boats in a wide variety of materials in that class.

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