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by Craig Date,Jerry Dennis


I do not canoe a Michigan river without reading the entry for that river. What a great book! I am a beginner kayaker having never kayaked a river before - and was nervous even thinking about it. This book was very descriptive and informative.

I do not canoe a Michigan river without reading the entry for that river. We did the Platte River from Loon Lake to Lake Michigan and it was a blast. The maps of the rivers were great as was the description of the landings and portages. One person found this helpful.

Canoeing Michigan Rivers book. I have been treasuring a book from Thunder Bay Press, entitled Canoeing Michigan Rivers: A Comprehensive Guide to 45 Rivers, Revised and Updated, by Jerry Dennis and Craig Date. They have a nice introduction to each river, for both the Upper and Lower Peninsula.

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Canoeing Michigan Rivers is the first definitive guide to canoeing in Michigan. The book is a great piece of information for the canoer who is advancing in skills and loos for the next step up in challenges, yet lets the novice know where he can canoe safely. Should be in the library of every canoer and fisherma. goldmine of information, and the information is digested easily. A good book, an excellent read and a wealth of information on moving water by two experts. I recommend it! - Dave Richey, The Detroit News

Canoeing Michigan Rivers : A Comprehensive Guide to 45 Rivers.

Canoeing Michigan Rivers : A Comprehensive Guide to 45 Rivers. by Craig Date and Jerry Dennis. A wealth of canoeing adventures from placid family floats to blood-curdling whitewater runs.

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River descriptions, places to paddle, playboating, etc. The Best Whitewater in California. The pictures are distinctly old school open boating, but the info is very current.

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Brannylv
It would be nice if it were easy to scout out a river before driving to an access point and paddling it. This book does it for you. The directions to access points and places to park are very detailed and good. The maps are excellent and very clear. There are written notes on the problems or special circumstances you will encounter, which are very intelligent and accurate. I checked the rivers I have paddled and read the remarks, and they are just what you need to know, and they are true. The author really knows what he is writing about, this is not a book thrown together by someone who hasn't actually been on the river. If you want to know which Michigan rivers are in this book, here is a list:

Lower Peninsula:
Au Sable
Au Sable South Branch
Betsie
Black
Boardman
Cass
Chippewa
Dowagiac
Flat
Huron
Jordan
Kalamazoo
Little Manistee
Little Muskegon
Mansitee
Muskegon
Ocqueoc
Pere Marquette
Pigeon
Pine
Platte
Rifle
Shiawassee
Sturgeon
Thornapple
Thunder Bay
White

Upper Peninsula:
Black
Brule
Escanaba
Ford
Fox
Indian
Manisique
Michigamme
Montreal
Ontonagon (East Branch, Mainstream, Middle Branch, South Branch)
Paint
Presque Isle
Sturgeon
Two Hearted
Whitefish
Iesha
Excellent reference book. Descriptions for the rivers that I was familiar with, were very accurate. Nice variety of rivers to choose from. Lists 26 rivers in the Lower Peninsula and 18 rivers for the Upper Peninsula. (Equals 44?) Use this guide along with a good Atlas and you should have to problem finding your areas.
Has 4 different Appendixes in the back for...Scale of river difficulty, Rapid areas on each river system, Canoe liveries and contact sources for more in-depth info, if needed, such as local Ranger Stations, Local Chamber of Commerce, etc. Well worth the purchase price.
MilsoN
The information about the actual rivers was excellent, but the car parking & river camping information required for canoe trips was somewhat lacking. Jerry Dennis did answer my emails with good information in a very timely manner. Alot of the contact information in the book is wrong or outdated
Ffleg
It is nice to have a book that has scouted out a river before driving to an access point and paddling it. The directions to access points and places to park are very detailed and good. The maps are excellent and very clear. There are written notes on the problems or special circumstances you will encounter, which are very intelligent and accurate. I checked the rivers I have paddled and read the remarks, and they are just what you need to know, and they are true. The author really knows what he is writing about, this is not a book thrown together by someone who hasn't actually been on the river.
Vozilkree
I love the updated book. As a former mapmaker, the upgraded maps are fantastic. I do not canoe a Michigan river without reading the entry for that river. I’ve paddled at least 15 of these rivers and every description is spot on.
Nikobar
Great info for paddling.
greatest
What a great book! I am a beginner kayaker having never kayaked a river before - and was nervous even thinking about it. This book was very descriptive and informative. We did the Platte River from Loon Lake to Lake Michigan and it was a blast. Very relaxing. The maps of the rivers were great as was the description of the landings and portages. Looking forward to my next river, and this book will help decide which one!
Very beautiful product, as well as informational. The content of the guide is excellent in terms of describing access points and any portages that may occur along the river basin. Also, the cover is made of seemingly high-quality material and feels nice. Only suggestion is that I would recommend a more color-coated inside, and maybe a color-coated map for each river introduced and described in the book.
Canoeing Michigan Rivers: A Comprehensive Guide to 45 Rivers, Revised and Updated ebook
Author:
Craig Date,Jerry Dennis
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Thunder Bay Press (January 31, 2005)
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