I wonder how the Kevlar will handle our piney rivers though, with the thud-thud-thud you get here from hitting submerged trees and branches.
The Hornbeck was a lot easier to use in tight spots, I cut down a canoe paddle to use, as the kayak paddle was too wide for many spots. Sold it to a neighbor for his son, should have kept it, got it at Jersey Paddler as someones trade in. Very hard to find outside the ADK's.
And we came all the way back also. That was a great day. 6/6/2009
Paddled is where I bought my yak