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    BriarRabbit@aol.com Guest

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    i can't find any plans for woodstrip kayaks that say that they work on a river. they are all for sea or lakes. can anyone help?
    i just need something with a little more manuverability than the seemingly standard sixteen-footer.

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    You are not likely to find any plans for a whitewater kayak, since wood will not hold up well under the beating they take. If you are just interested in flatwater, though there are a number of 13' models availalable that should have plenty of maneuverablility. The Millstream sries comes to mind. Check out Chesapeake Light Craft at http://www.clcboats.com/

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    George Roberts Guest

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    You might look at
    www.RobertsCPA.com/kayaks

    The fellow there builds wood strip whitewater kayaks.


 

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