Reflection 17

by  Dagger

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I love this canoe. I used it…

Submitted by: shvrfl6319 on 3/17/2021
I love this canoe. I used it with my best friend up in the tributaries of the Tennessee River. I made the trip several years in a row. It tracks great. I can carry by myself without assistance. It also handles fast water very well and flat water is a breeze. It cruises great. No complaints at all.

Have enjoyed this Dagger…

Submitted by: mousejockey on 7/29/2019

Have enjoyed this Dagger Reflection 17 for nearly 20 years now. Just returned from a great paddle in the Southern Adirondacks. This one tough canoe. I go pond-hopping every year in the St Regis Canoe Wilderness Area with a set of wheels. It tracks beautifully and the symmetrical hull allows me to solo. I've replaced the cane seats a few times. I recommend getting nice seat-backs. They make it more comfortable and give you better leverage for paddling.


I got my dagger reflection 17…

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 11/26/2001
I got my dagger reflection 17 last spring and have had it out on many small lakes and the KAW. It has a very stiff hull for a royalex canoe. The canoe is very stable. I was able to tip the canoe on its side until water was coming in the boat and could still recover before dumping her! The canoe does seem to be sensitive to trim and can be a pain to handle in head on wind. I got mine in midnight blue but it actually looks more like eggplant. This was my first canoe so I don't have much to compare her to.

Just took a four day trip…

Submitted by: paddler229534 on 11/26/2001
Just took a four day trip down a Texas river with my wife and our three (yes three) dogs. With my wife, the dogs (all about 60 pounds), me and a healthy amount of gear we were totally comfortable. This is my first canoe and I don't have much to compare it to but it battled ferocious headwinds well and turned pretty easily. Tracking was good and with about 800 ponds in it I never felt woriied at all. The royalex seems to hold its shape well too.

Why did I get rid of this…

Submitted by: paddler228463 on 5/28/2000
Why did I get rid of this boat? In retrospect a temporary lapse of reason and replacemaent with another composite hull. This is a nice paddling cruiser that can accomodate a good load, is wind resistant and has decent speed. The boat has little if any flex for a royalex hull and the wood trim on the dagger boats is quite nice. Buy with a slider as trim is a bit sensitive on this one. This boat is a winner.
Reflection 17