I'm looking to get something with a high weight capacity. Enough for two people, a dog, and gear. Looking for suggestions.
Currently at the top of the list is the NuCanoe Frontier 12. I know there are other manufactures out there though.
J McCoy wrote:It has to be a kayak or a canoe type setup with low draft and short length. A true Canoe isn't an option if its over 12-14 feet. Hence why I asked for options
The areas I hunt in are fairly shallow pockets off of rivers.
pdt818 wrote:Jackson Kilroy for me. I also have another craft that might be right up your alley for sale in the classifieds section. Pics included and asking $600, which is considerably less that a new NuCanoe.
texnomad wrote:With that much weight and volume of gear, I think you need to be looking at larger tripping/expedition canoes in the 17 foot range. Here is a good example http://www.oldtowncanoe.com/canoes/penobscot/bastacas/penobscot/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; .
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