Why You Should Learn to Pole Your Canoe: Bronte Creek




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Published on Jan 14, 2020

I invite you along on the charming, but challenging Bronte Creek. With the silty water, log jams and the endless sweepers and stainers, this is the perfect river for poling. The poler's ability to see farther and the ability to stop, ferry, side slip and even back up quickly... more quickly than with a paddle, makes this the safest way to travel in a canoe in shallow water.

A Note of Caution: This and many small rivers like it, can only be travelled when in flood. They should not be attempted by those without considerable moving water experience.
The speed of the current and the many logs and trees to be avoided demand proven skills and constant attention.


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