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lakes for canoe use

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Hey guys I got a canoe to use for this summer. I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions on were I can take it with out to much traffic for waves. I was think Eagle, Reeds, the rivers, and mabey Washington in bakers bay. any information or suggestions.

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Hooves, last summer I took my canoe out fishing at least 50 times, never had a problem. I went out on Madison alot, I think Duck, Ballentyne, Sakatah and Rays would all be good bets to; pretty small lakes, but fun to fish.

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Scotch.

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Fish Lake. No boat over 20HP.

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Early on you could float the cannon river, Gorman Area,

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thanks guys for the suggestions. I am going to give Fish Lake a try tomarrow with the roomates for some easy sunny action.

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