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7 Most Common Mistakes of Wilderness Canoeists

After paddling North America’s lakes and rivers for more than 60 years, author and adventurer Cliff Jacobson has unfortunately seen it all. In his own…

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Gear: Best Wood Burning Stoves

Most of today’s self-propelled campers rely on liquid-fueled (propane, butane, gasoline, alcohol) stoves for all their cooking. But there’s a hardcore minority who prefer the…

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Video: Cliff Jacobson's Canoe Camping Advice

Part one of a Q&A with the opinionated and knowledgeable Cliff Jacobson on all things canoe camping related! "This is a continuation of our interview…

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Skills: When To Tie In Gear

This canoeing expert tip column was first published in the Early Summer 2014 issue of Canoeroots.  To tie or not tie—that is the question. When,…

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Canoeing in Wind Technique

Windy days on the water can be exhilarating or frightening, depending upon how you face the challenges they present. By keeping in mind these tips…

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Minnesota Weekend Escape

This article originally appeared in Canoeroots and Family Camping magazine. Yes, you can find weekend solitude in the Boundary Waters canoe area. Just portage into
a dead-end…

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The Best Gear Ever

This feature article originally appeared in Canoeroots and Family Camping magazine. To overcome and work with the challenges that traveling by canoe presents, we've had to be…

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Stay Sharp

It’s simple to sharpen a knife, making it both easier and safer to use. This method works with any non-serrated blade.  SHARPENING TOOLS You’ll need…

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So You Want to Go North?

Northern Wisdom: Start South Canoeing an Arctic river is like canoeing a southern river, with these exceptions: the water is bitterly cold, a capsize can…

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Emergency Communication Tips

This article about emergency communication tips in the wilderness was originally published in Canoeroots and Family Camping magazine. On a remote portage you come upon…

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Bent vs. Straight Shaft

Much debate and conjecture have surrounded the argument for straight shaft paddles versus bent shaft paddles, and vice versa. When Canoeroots asked two of lakewater…

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Go North

Tundra sunsets that last for hours, wildlife from another epoch,  whitewater coursing through sheer canyons and rock cathedrals reaching to the sky—if you haven’t paddled…

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