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From our rest spot in Turtlepoint, we ventured onward to Eldred. This section of the river was much easier to paddle and the water was moving faster. We had to portage over an island soon after Turtlepoint but that was the only time we had to get out.
Aside from the niceness of being out on the water, we saw many fish (some of which were close to 24-30 inches), a bald eagle and two deer. The water was fine, but I think I would like to try the same trip early in the year before the water gets too low.
Touring Kayak Paddles
Cartop Kayak Carriers
Free Standing Boat Racks