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The 399-page guidebook features 70 select lakes and 35 streams that are publicly accessible to canoeists and kayakers in the Hoosier state. This comprehensive guide to Indiana's bodies of water features black and white photos, carefully crafted access maps along with a capsule listing topographic maps, nearby communities, stream distance, number of trips, level of difficulty, hazards, portages, further information sources, gamefish species, camping and medical assistance. The introduction includes information on Indiana's natural heritage, water safety, paddling tips, river rights and paddling with children. The appendices list what gear to take, where to rent a canoe, paddling organizations, IDNR fisheries and wildlife biologists, a glossary of terms, bibliography of helpful books and a map index.



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