Serena to Wedron
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Good current, sandy bottoms and beautiful sandstone rock formations lining the entire way, the Fox River down here in Illinois looks nothing like its originating self up in Wisconsin by Waukesha. The two snags, however, are it feels like it takes forever to find the…
Yesterday we took part in our first ever twit mob with our friends at Wisconsin River Alliance. Via Twitter, we asked what your favorite places are to paddle in Wisconsin...
A tributary of the Wisconsin River, here's a popular section of the Plover River that's a relaxing and easy paddle for canoers and kayakers of all skill levels and is bookended by two great parks in Stevens Point...
Walking Iron Park to Blynn Road
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Black Earth Creek is known more as a Class I Trout stream than it is for canoeing and kayaking. The good news is that it’s navigable, the bad news is that’s it’s not easily accessible.
August 17, 2013
Black Earth: ht/ft: 2.01 |…
Lemonweir to Cliff House Road
More a maze than amazing, this winding, kinky river nonetheless offers a beautiful sandy bottom and clear water, lots of sandbars, some good wildlife, a few impressive rock formations and a genuine hardwood river bottoms area you can get lost in for hours.