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Old 03-29-2011   #1
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good rivers in north dakota?

Are there any good rivers to kayak in north dakota?

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Old 03-29-2011   #2
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I was born near the confluence of the Little Muddy and Missouri rivers - you will find you are screwed as far as whitewater in ND. We used to do float trips in canoes when I was still in diapers, the rivers are like lakes - barely any current although it's fun catching a ride on an entire stripped 30' cottonwood.

You're better off in SD - Black Hills if you're that hard up for kayaking.
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Old 03-29-2011   #4
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Yes....but they are all in northern wyoming.
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Old 03-29-2011   #5
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There is some playspots on the Red River in downtown Fargo...Old removed dams produce some pretty good waves for the area.
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Originally Posted by Goat View Post
Are there any good rivers to kayak in north dakota?

oh oh! I love North Dakota Jokes.

Californian: So what do you North Dakotans do in the summer
North Dakotan: Well, if it happens on a weekend, we usually go fishing.

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There is tons of year round multi-day class III within 15 minutes of fargo.
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Old 04-04-2011   #8
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I have to admit I chuckled when I read this post topic. Having grown up in ND and moving to the PNW as an adult, I was conditioned that ANY whitewater (In ND this means current, eddy lines, little whirlpools) was certain death if you happened to find it, swim, and get caught up in it. Family that still lives there think I am 'crazy' when they have seen pictures of me in class 3 stuff. LOL.

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