-- Last Updated: Jan-27-13 1:20 PM EST --
Pete is on the money as far as I'm concerned.
Jerktail can be a pain to get in & out of; most especially if there has been snow, and/or rain.
I would NOT want to leave my vehicle at Jerktail Landing overnight. If I did, I would not leave anything of any value in the vehicle.
I'd factor in a couple of more hours of paddling, and take out at Two Rivers. You might save yourself a LOT of unnecessary hassle; might actually save yourself some time, and the Jerktail to Two Rivers is kind of a nice section.
There is something to be said for "backroad" adventures in winter. Been there; done that.
Now I'd like to spend my time & energy on the river; NOT dealing with unnecessary hassles.
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