Name: Rubicrawler

Most Recent Reviews

The Nova Craft Trapper (mine in Rx) is an absolute dream to paddle! Set to one side of the seat slightly healed and you couldn't ask for a nicer ride! It goes straight with little correction and a proper J stroke yet quickly maneuvers as you wish. I'd never dream a short fat canoe would paddle so well.
I give it 5 stars!!

On the opposite end of the spectrum of my Nova Craft Trapper is my Wenonah Voyager. It is a long and sleek solo canoe and is perfectly at home on larger bodies of water especially with a 25+ mile a day pace. It speeds along with excellent glide and minimal effort fully loaded with gear and dogs. The tractor-style seat allows a choice between a double bladed paddle or a single. I have been out on windy days with 25-30mph gusts and it performed well. Weight helps in those conditions. I love this canoe!

I own 5 kayaks and a Loon 120 is one of them. I am not a rich man, I am a family man. My Loon is a very good kayak for the money. It is easy to paddle and very stable. Watch for the sales you can find them around $400.00.
I love it!