Hooch IK Paddler
algonquin
I have the Tributary Tomcat II, and it is so heavy to move around. The biggest issue is that it doesn't have enough self-bailing holes. It swamps really easy, and take forever to drain. The Outlaw has holes the entire length of the boat.
algonquin
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RaftZone Chattahoochee
It's 5 hrs from Boone and Knoxville, huge volume daily around 5pm; however, you can paddle all day on it. It's only a 2.5 mile section, but you're right downtown Columbus, GA. Checkout Cut Bait pile up on YouTube. That hole is as good as anything I ran on the White Nile.
algonquin
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RaftZone NRS
NRS Boats are the lightest. I bought an Aire Tributary and regret it, it's literally 25lbs more than the NRS Consumer IK.
algonquin
Looking for other people interested in paddling the Hooch. Currently paddling an IK, and don't like to run the river alone.
algonquin
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AL
Male
Boats I paddle: Aire Tomcat II
First Season: 2
Favorite Class: IV
Favorite Runs: White Nile, Jinja Uganda
Looking for some other people to run the Chattahoochee with in Columbus, GA. Currently paddling a Aire Tomcat II.
algonquin
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