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  1. #11
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    I am in Maine so your proposed location is a bit out of the way but I would be open to a Kayak Hang in Maine or New Hampshire waters,
    Stealth camping is all fun and games until you have to take a dump.

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    Kayak hang anyone?

    Heading up to Cleveland today to meet up with group should be on the river by noon tomorrow. Thanks for the heads up on the grass.

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    I've done this trip a few times (granted years ago) - I wanted to hang around Sugar Bay (it was a fishing trip for me) while most of the rest went up I stayed back with Rick and Ed - between the three of us we caught over 300 fish, and while we let most go that was 280 Pounds of fish!

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    Kayak hang anyone?

    Well here are some pics from our trip Kinzua Dam to Tionesta. ImageUploadedByTapatalk1373849295.348647.jpg This was my view from my hammock the first night.ImageUploadedByTapatalk1373849370.964682.jpg ImageUploadedByTapatalk1373849397.329357.jpgThis was the second night ImageUploadedByTapatalk1373849443.117458.jpgImageUploadedByTapatalk1373849460.037078.jpg This was the third.

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    looks like a wonderful place to paddle. Would consider it if I lived closer
    Debi

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    I used to do that trip with friends during spring break from college This was in the early 70's. We did it in an inflatable raft. We would float down to Oil City. Great trip, lots of fun.

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    I did the same trip a couple of times during spring break from college during the early 70's. We used an inflatable raft and we would go to Oil City before getting out. Usually took about 4 or 5 days. Great fun, great trip & great memories!!

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    If you ever hang in the kinzua area let me know. I'm about 30-40min away from there.

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    Old thread I know.

    I kayaked and hammock camped 2 nights last july. From Kinzua to tionesta. I am planning on going again in June and July! If any lone kayaker wants company. Me and my friend and possibly her husband will be going. (We are 2 women) It was so fantastic! Cannot wait for the summer

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