The stealth craft in it’s natural habitat, by Bill Davenport

Howdy,
Here are a couple of pictures, not what I’m really looking for but. . .
I took the W down the Indianhead River out to the confluence with the North River in Hanover Massachusetts, at low tide. That required at bit of portaging, another plus for Wavewalk, I wouldn’t want to have to get in and out of a normal kayak ten times in a quarter mile…
From where I put in the water was quite shallow for a half mile or so and most of it was navigable. At the mile point everything is more open and more of a tidal river.
Lots of black ducks, even though they weren’t cooperative. One hooded merganser which will be mounted.
Hope all is well,

Bill

Camo, stealth, all-terrain, all-purpose…


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7 Comments

  1. fish kayak

    Thanks Bill,

    It looks like the W kayak hunting idea is getting more traction lately 🙂

    Yoav

  2. Fish Wiz

    Nice pictures. Portaging is no fun!
    FW

  3. Hasdrubal

    Classic New England 🙂

  4. Chris Henderson

    Looks like a really nice hunt! Nothing like the anticipation of moving quietly waiting for ducks to jump up around every bend. Beautiful bird! Nice to see some other duck hunters using the Wavewalk!

  5. lake

    The bird picture is quite artistic, and so are the scenic and boat photos. Thank you for sharing.

  6. Michael Chesloff

    Hi Bill-

    Beautiful pics and story. Every kayaker should consider the point you made that you would not want have to get in and out of and other kayak 10 times when pursuing those ducks. And that’s without mentioning how cold the water was!

    -Michael

  7. RoxCT

    I love that set up, the paint job is awesome.

    Congrats on the Hooded Merganser, that will make a great mount.

    Tight Lines and MoPaddle Safe All.
    Rox

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