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  Yes.
  Posted by: Big_D on Apr-19-13 8:25 AM (EST)
 

If the two people have narrow enough backsides to fit, and if the two people have a clue about needing to keep their combined center of gravity over the center line of the boat, then they could fit. You would not be able to fit two large Bubbas on one of the center seats.

The boat's initial stability is good. Standing to paddle, scope, cast, spot fish, etc. is no problem. I have even been able to stand and motor with the boat using an extension handle. Further, unlike a lot of other squarebacks, the Cargo actually has some secondary stability. The water I paddle doesn't require my to get into the secondary stability, but it handles mild rapids quite nicely. I think the most I've done with it is a straight ahead class 2 shoals type rapid that's about 200 yards long. I row the canoe rather than paddle it through things like that. I like being able to brace on either or both sides if necessary. Thus far, it hasn't been necessary.


- Big D

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