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  1. Thread: Sevylor KCC305

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    Sevylor Rio Skegs

    Thanks to all for the ideas about modifying the Rio to take other skegs. I have only just bought the canoe and the dealer has a 12 month warranty so I better see how I get on without a skeg for this...
  2. Thread: Sevylor KCC305

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    That's a good idea but I found that when I first...

    That's a good idea but I found that when I first inflated the Rio on the beach having inserted the skeg in its slots I had to be careful not to damage it until the canoe was in the water. The lake...
  3. Thread: Sevylor KCC305

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    Struggled with knee and joint pain when paddling...

    Struggled with knee and joint pain when paddling my Old Town Pack I sold it and then struggled with a couple of dinghies and found the time taken preparing, towing, launching, recovering, and driving...
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    Paddling on Esthwaite Water.

    Thanks Soarfish ! I spoke to Wordsworth Country and to Graythwaite Estate as I had been told by Wordsworth Country that recently one of our ' calling ' had been on Esthwaite water and hit an...
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    Paddling on Esthwaite Water

    I have asked about this lake before on the Graythwaite Estate website where I see that their guests can fish and row free of charge. The Trout Farm's own website says that their fishing charges can...
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    Single or double paddle

    I have an Old Town Pack which I bought last year from the Windermere Canoe Centre at Ferry Nab in Bowness. They have just sold me a 220cm double paddle after I had tries a shorter one. I find it just...
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    Hello to South Lakes Paddlers

    SMbanjo I'm a newbie to canoeing but a 71 year old Yachtmaster who finds the smaller you go the more fun ! I used to Skipper a 50ft Cornish Lugger in the Channel which taught me to respect the Sea...
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