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New River Guide - Paddling and Fishing in North Carolina Virginia and West Virginia - cover

New River Guide - Paddling and Fishing in North Carolina Virginia and West Virginia

Bruce Ingram

Publisher: Secant Publishing

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Summary

The New River is one of the most changeable and fickle rivers on the East Coast and also one of the most beautiful and rewarding.
 
It attracts anglers, canoeists, kayakers, rafters, bird watchers, rock climbers, and those who simply enjoy the great outdoors.
 
The New River Guide provides an indispensable overview of this untamed and scenic waterway as it winds through three states, including the bucolic South Fork in North Carolina, the ridges of Virginia, and the gorges of West Virginia.
 
Both casual and hardcore anglers will learn of the best places to fish for smallmouth bass. Canoeists will find the most enticing sections to paddle, whether they prefer placid stretches or white water. Rafters and kayakers headed for Class IV rapids in the New River Gorge will find The New River Guide a must-read.
 
This new edition for 2015 includes updated and expanded information on favorite float trips, fishing spots, access points, bass lines and lures, and river guides and other resources.

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