San Rafael River Float

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Nice TR. I've never experienced a strainer and I don't ever WANT to. =)
 
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The "strainer". I've been through one of those on a 2-man 8' fiberglass Old Town canoe on the Current River in southern MO and my gear did NOT stay dry. A pair in in our group managed to sink a canoe - the only time I've seen it done on several dozen float trips. Had to turn our overnight float into one long day due to loss of gear, food...and will power!
 
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It was an easily avoidable situation, it was 100% paddler's error.
 

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