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consider getting blades designed for cutting dry wood, not green wood. Most saws come with blades with intermittent non cutting teeth designed to rake out green saw dust from the kerf. When you are cutting dry wood, which of course is 99% of the cutting canoe travelers are doing, you do not need to have unproductive non-cutting teeth to rake out the kerf and saw blades with out those teeth - ie. all cutter teeth - are significantly more efficient. Makes a difference over a long trip with daily firewood cutting.
If you can't find the blades locally (it can be hard to find them) you can order here - http://www.fastbucksaw.com/.
Canoe / Kayak Anchors
Bent Shaft Canoe Paddles
URCHIN Portable Anchor
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