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  Posted by: Big_D on Jun-26-11 8:12 PM (EST)

A canoe is a lot smoother and faster, but smooth and fast isn't always what you want. Slow and stable is a good approach for fishing, and that's what the raft gives me. I've got a lot to learn about boat control with the drag chain, but I've been finding it a very good alternative to canoes. When there's more than one person, I've still got my canoe and it is still a heck of a good fishing craft. I took a buddy out in it. He was complaining about the size and weight and how it couldn't possibly handle. By the end of the evening he was saying how he wanted to take it for a two week trip.

- Big D

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