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    A Drift Boat Made Entirely Of Bamboo

    Anyone remember the most over the top drift boat ever built? The one based off of Jason Canjune's 17' Kingfisher plans. The one with elk antler anchor arms, cup holders and Mahogany pulley wheels? Well, apparently people take those plans to extremes and really like that design as I've come across another home build of…

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    Boat books: Boats and Boating in the Adirondacks

    The Adirondacks hold a special place in my heart. For both the incredible memories I've made there over the years and the quirky, deeply ingrained boat culture and how it's evolved over the last few hundred years. Boats and Boating in the Adirondacks by author Hallie Bond brought me back every time I opened it.…

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    Top 5 cold weather boating essentials

    It had to come sooner or later. The boat is tucked away all clean and covered for the winter and we’ve now turned our attention to winter pastimes that probably don’t require a shuttle driver. It’s easy to hang it all up for the winter but, like winter fishing, the boating can live on as…

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    Surfboating: The coolest, craziest boat sport few have heard about

    surf the waves back in to the beach. First one to touch sand wins. It looks both gnarly and super fun if you're a whitewater enthusiast.

    Never heard of Surfboating? Neither had I until a few days ago. After going down a deep dark rabbit hole of boating on the internet as I often do, I found a few entries on the madness. I dove in and did a search that yielded info on what is a long and storied history…

  • Boats Dam Removal Snake River dams

    Returning rapids

    Dams will forever change a river. Sometimes I sit and wonder what certain rivers must have been like prior to a dam’s construction. That typically brings about more questions than answers. What was the river like years before? Were there bigger rapids? What was the fishing like? What did the native cultures lose when we…