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Potomac River Smallmouth Club Message Board › Is my fishing craft appropriate for group meetups?

Is my fishing craft appropriate for group meetups?

Don S.
user 20521301
Washington, DC
Post #: 1

I am interested in joining the fishing trips, but I don't have a kayak. Instead, I roll with this:


It's great for floating with some paddling, but not ideal if there are miles of slow water and everyone else wants to move along.

What do you think?
A former member
Post #: 1
Hello Don, I took a look at the video info you provided. It is my humble opinion as a "toon" fan, your boat will do very well in the rivers around here. The roughest we normally do in the club is Class III rapids and that is rare. Most are Class I with a few Class II rapids. You will need to be a member of the club to join us on a fishing float trip. Come to one of our meeting, tonight for example at 7PM. Meetings are open to the public, so you are welcome to come. Sincerely, Wallace Harvey, PRSC Member
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