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  paddling the upper scioto
  Posted by: joebliss34 on Feb-12-14 9:53 AM (EST)

-- Last Updated: Feb-12-14 9:55 AM EST --

has any one done some longer milage canoe trip on the upper scioto river near , prospect maybe down to state route 42. i might be looking into doing it this summer. doing this in a canoe with my son, he's a wiggler/

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  • paddling the upper scioto - joebliss34 - Feb-12-14 9:53 AM
    • Ohio - emanoh - Feb-14-14 11:12 AM
    • Scioto - sully - Apr-11-14 4:11 PM
      • Scioto - sully - Apr-11-14 4:34 PM

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  Posted by: emanoh on Feb-14-14 11:12 AM (EST)
I'm assuming you're looking for information for the Sioto in Ohio?
  Posted by: sully on Apr-11-14 4:11 PM (EST)
I'm assuming this is in Ohio. while I have never paddled that river I am interested. I'm In Toledo and have a 6yr old who is a pretty good boat mate. I'm also looking for time from my work at the post office to do a three day trip of camping and canoe trip. 6yr old not necessary but would like to bring one of my older kids on a trip. what do you have in mind?
  Posted by: sully on Apr-11-14 4:34 PM (EST)
after doing a little mapwork on google earth I think this is doable most of the way but at some point it looks like portage, portage, portage. GE makes it look very shallow down near Delaware. have you done any research? still interested, Sully
  Posted by: emanoh on Apr-14-14 4:17 PM (EST)
Skip it and head over to the kokosing and paddle the official state water trail. At least you know you'll have water.


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