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Lake Comus is a man made reservoir due to a dam on the Turtle Creek near Delavan, WI. There is a small parking lot near the arboretum entrance and cement boat launch for non-motorized boats only. It is a shallow lake of about 120 acres and is perfect for trying out new paddling equipment, taking the kids for a leisurely trip in the canoe or just floating out and throwing a line in the water for some panfish.
Very nice day for a trip in the new kayak (Pelican 100). Both my husband and sister also took the kayak for a spin up and down the shoreline and everyone was very happy with how the kayak handled. Hope to find a nice area closer to home where I can find similar water conditions that are "beginner kayaker friendly".
Touring Kayak Paddles
YakCatcher Rod Holder
URCHIN Portable Anchor
Reflective Hull Decals